"We currently do rig checks on a weekly basis. Our checks consist of inventory, starting power equipment, checking fuel levels, and radios. We do this at our day training session with the respective vehicle lieutentants and…"
"We do our rig checks once a week, have sheets with list of what to check , oil level, antifreeze, windshield washer, tires ,brakes , etc then the members doing the rig check also are reqired to check all small equipment ,saws ,generators , fans ,…"
"Come up with a month by month rig list for the guys to check tool's and clean the rig's ..
But also have drill's on the rig's on down time, stand by's or just if you guy's or chilling at the station.
It will help the…"
"We have an equipment checklist done for each engines with the content of each compartment and cabine. We also have a checklist for the mechanical aspect of it since we have to do it by law. We are on a 3 week schedule, team #1 on week 1, team #2 on…"
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