"Thanks for the info Jeremy & welcome to the group. I'd love to talk with your friend regarding the Lyfe Pulley set up. I was a pretty hard core TWP belay guy, but the more I've been able to play with the ID'L my preference is…"
"I have recently been asked by a local company to assit them in training for stokes basket operations utilizing their Pierce 105' pre-piped straight stick. The apparatus came with Pierce's Lyfe Pulley Rescue System. After researching the…"
"We utilize both the tandem prusiks and the 540, it's pretty much the crew's choice at the time. Personally, I would rather use tandem prusiks especially if your crew's experience is lacking. The 540 seems to require a certain degree…"
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Proboard/IFSAC Rescue Technician
(Rope, Vehicle/Machinery, Confined Space, Trench)
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ProBoard/IFSAC Safety Officer
PA State Fire Academy Instructor (Ropes & Rigging, High Angle Rescue, & RIT)
Topics you provide training for:
Ropes & Rigging
High Angle Rescue
Areas of expertise:
Ropes, Rigging, & High Angle Rescue
I am a 33 year old Career Firefighter/Paramedic with 17 years experience in both the volunteer and career sides of the fire/rescue service. I am currently employed as a Firefighter/Paramedic assigned to Engine/Tower Ladder 74 of the Upper Darby Fire Department, a mid-sized combination department located just west of the City of Philadelphia. I am currently a PA State Fire Academy Local Level instructor for ropes & rigging, high angle rescue, & RIT. I am also an IBEW Union Trained Journeyman Electrician by trade. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my wife Nicole, daughter Brianna (12), son John Anthony (1), and the family dog Casey.
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