"I will address this fire from my organizations point of view. We have many of these style garden apartments and this is a normal scenario. The first line is a 1 3/4" placed to push the fire into the involved unit and away from the stairs. This…"
"My Truck would have split with the inside team laddering side A, forcing entry, and conducting a search up the stairs. I would have removed the storm door as pointed out.
A bigger concern to me though was the door control after it was forced. The…"
"This is the assumed scenario for my company's first floor house fire SOPs. As we are a double house the Engine would take the fire and the Truck would split, Inside/VES. If however the Engine arrived alone the SOP would be for the line to be…"
"A great tool brother. I have both a Rex tool and a "Morris" tool variation. When acting up as the officer I have a true Rex in my hand, but when riding backwards with a boss who doesn't yet know I put the Morris tool in my pocket."
The Georgia Smoke Diver Association conducts a 6 day class that is extremely challenging. The class offers the students the opportunity to develop situational awarness skills, survival, advanced search and leadership.
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