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Lives in:
guayaquil city
Department:
fire department of Guayaquil
Title/rank:
firefighter
Years of public service:
seven
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Areas of expertise:
courses of fire operations, current assistant advanced first aid, of course forest firefighter, ongoing rescue vehicle during hazardous materials' Basic Course incident command
Bio:
compliance in 1996 when 17 years to enter the city as firefighters from my volunteer work for several years until I retire in 2003 volunteering with the rank of sub officer and enter the ranks of paid firefighter now working in the barracks at 5 unit 14 rescuers

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At 8:27pm on August 24, 2015, alex acosta said…
Saludos a todos desde Guayaquil-Ecuador
At 3:08pm on December 2, 2010, DALE G. PEKEL said…
Mine is FFDPEK@aol.com
At 3:07pm on December 2, 2010, DALE G. PEKEL said…
I completely understand the cost factor Alex - Most FFs in the US haven't purchased their own for the same reason. If you wanted something extremely simple and inexpensive you could use webbing to tie a seat harness, a length of rope and 2 carabiners. Do you have an email address?
At 5:58pm on December 1, 2010, DALE G. PEKEL said…
Hola Alex!

If your question is about a Personal Escape System you have many choices - The cost of a complete system ranges from $200 - $700 US dollars.

Here is what you would need:

An Escape Belt or Harness
Rope or Webbing - The length is personal preference
A Decent Control Device (DCD)
1-2 Carabiners - 1 for attaching the system to your belt/harness and 1 for alternate deployment options
An anchoring device or hook
A storage bag is an option and not a requirement if you have pockets in your gear
At 10:32am on November 25, 2010, DALE G. PEKEL said…
Hello Alex,

Thanks for the comments - If there is anything I can help with let me know.

Stay safe and keep training brother!

Dale G. Pekel
At 11:48pm on August 2, 2010, Cristóbal Mena said…
Gracias por los saludos de apoyo para Chile!!
At 5:50am on March 5, 2010, F. Javier Elorza said…
Hola Alex
Gracias por tu mensaje.
En la actualidad soy responsable de formación de los Bomberos de Bizkaia, un servicio de 400 bomberos profesionales.
Para cuanquier cosa que necesites del mundo de la formación aquí me tienes.
Un fuerte abrazo desde Bilbao.
At 5:38pm on January 10, 2010, alex acosta said…
Gracias a usted por sus bendiciones espero contactarnos mas seguido y saber de las actividades de los bomberos de su compañia y claro que estoy atento a las emergencias deseo aprender de mis amigos los bomberos del mundo ya que el fuego es el mismo donde estemos lo que cambia es la forma en que se desarrollan y como combatirlos trate de ver su espacio privado en internet pero aun se me hace dificil entenderlo aun no logro dominarlo a mi su amigo alex acosta
At 4:01pm on January 8, 2010, Pascal Marchand said…
Hola Alex
Espero que pasar un año maravilloso de 2010. Pasar es lo que usted tiene fotos de los bomberos en su departamento para compartir, porque tratar de obtener algunas imágenes que representan los bomberos de todo el mundo para hacer un banner para mi sitio web Representante: www.lespompiersduweb.com

Si tiene alguna, hágamelo saber.

Tenga cuidado
Pascal Marchand

At 9:10pm on September 30, 2009, Pascal Marchand said…
Hola Alex

Tu mensaje me hace muy feliz. Yo también mi sueño es tener amigos en todos los bomberos de todo el mundo. Internet y el software de traducción nos ayuda mucho en esta dirección. He creado un blog en el bombero francés en interent, pero con una herramienta de traducción que nadie puede visitar ettraduire lo que quiere. Los invito a hacer. También se reanuda mi servicio en el cuartel de mañana.

Pronto
Pascal
 
 
 

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