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Video of getting ready to get set after the "re-set"

Below is a link to a video made on utilizing two lines quickly and getting a hit in the rear if needed then grabbing a second line laid by engineer see my blog 'Are you ready to get set after the re-set"  http://youtu.be/HRN0Ra1ryeESee More
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"Are you ready to get set after you re-set?"

Any student of this profession by now as read or been instructed on all the UL and NIST research, some of our largest and busiest departments have changed some of their procedures due to this remarkable research. In my opinion for any size department it makes sense to re-think your present tactics and current policies if you have any and if you don’t now may be the time to start a procedure based on all of this data and train on it.That said, two items out of all the data to me anyways really…See More
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Joseph Pronesti posted a blog post

"Are you ready to get set after you re-set?"

Any student of this profession by now as read or been instructed on all the UL and NIST research, some of our largest and busiest departments have changed some of their procedures due to this remarkable research. In my opinion for any size department it makes sense to re-think your present tactics and current policies if you have any and if you don’t now may be the time to start a procedure based on all of this data and train on it.That said, two items out of all the data to me anyways really…See More
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And now you know, the rest of the story......As all firefighters should !!!

While conducting a class recently at a state fire expo I asked the room of fifty or so firefighters if any of them knew what happened in the fire service on October 17th, 1966 and the lessoned learned. As I looked over their faces I could definitely tell they had no idea, many simply starred at me and waited for me to answer, there was however one attendee who knew the answer and it was because he was writing a paper on building construction. Wait...... are some of you reading this also…See More
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Are You Ready as an Incident Commander when your Firefighters "Press Their MAYDAY Button"?

BY: Joe PronestiWhile relaxing one Sunday in my easy chair watching my favorite team the Green Bay Packers, a commercial came on for a popular electronic tablet; this tablet touted its new feature called a MAYDAY button. Supposedly when pressed by the user, a live chat agent comes on your screen to assist you with any problems you are having with the respective tablet.I thought to myself how crazy it was that a tablet could have this technology getting you an actual live calm face to walk you…See More
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Are You Ready as an Incident Commander when your Firefighters "Press Their MAYDAY Button"?

BY: Joe PronestiWhile relaxing one Sunday in my easy chair watching my favorite team the Green Bay Packers, a commercial came on for a popular electronic tablet; this tablet touted its new feature called a MAYDAY button. Supposedly when pressed by the user, a live chat agent comes on your screen to assist you with any problems you are having with the respective tablet.I thought to myself how crazy it was that a tablet could have this technology getting you an actual live calm face to walk you…See More
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Mar 25, 2010

Profile Information

Lives in:
Elyria, Ohio
Department:
Elyria Fire
Title/rank:
Captain
Years of public service:
26
Agency structure:
Paid fire department

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Video of getting ready to get set after the "re-set"

Below is a link to a video made on utilizing two lines quickly and getting a hit in the rear if needed then grabbing a second line laid by engineer see my blog 'Are you ready to get set after the re-set"

 

 

http://youtu.be/HRN0Ra1ryeE

Posted on October 30, 2014 at 3:21pm

"Are you ready to get set after you re-set?"

Any student of this profession by now as read or been instructed on all the UL and NIST research, some of our largest and busiest departments have changed some of their procedures due to this remarkable research. In my opinion for any size department it makes sense to re-think your present tactics and current policies if you have any and if you don’t now may be the time to start a procedure based on all of this data and train on it.…

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Posted on October 27, 2014 at 7:30am

And now you know, the rest of the story......As all firefighters should !!!

While conducting a class recently at a state fire expo I asked the room of fifty or so firefighters if any of them knew what happened in the fire service on October 17th, 1966 and the lessoned learned. As I looked over their faces I could definitely tell they had no idea, many simply starred at me and waited for me to answer, there was however one attendee who knew the answer and it was because he was writing a paper on building…

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Posted on October 13, 2014 at 8:00am

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At 7:02pm on March 3, 2010, Frank Ricci said…
Captain,
Check out and sign up for our group, Tactical Building Blocks, we could use your input.
At 12:55pm on May 2, 2008, Brian Harting said…
Is it time yet to update your title to Chief....LOL
 
 
 

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