"Start with the Boy Scout program. Then start training like you train a new recruit. Show tools and how they are used safely, how to get dressed, discuss fire behavior, firefighting tradition. If you plan on using SCBA for the explorers make sure…"
"I have to agree with Robert. We have doors that can lock once we go through. Chock the door to prevent being locked in or out. Wooden wedges work great but sometimes you have to go through a lot of doors and if you can carry a few more chocks…"
"One scenario could be trapped or lost FF. Have FFs come in second floor window off of a ladder. Find a hoseline with a butt nearby to see if they can determine which way to go to find nozzle. Have dummy near nozzle and have FFs get dummy back to…"
Feb 5, 2010
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