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Listen to actual "Near Miss" and LODD Maydays as you watch a demo on speed donning to go "On Air". By taking steps to pre-size your helmet, retrofitting your scba facepiece adjustment straps, dressing out your hood before donning, performing the "Lid Flip" technique and practicing masking up with both your gloves on (and/or taking just one off while controlling it) you will be able to dramatically improve your "Going On Air" times.

One big advantage with these procedures is that they allow you to control ALL the components of your PPE without having to stop or set anything down - So you can "Mask Up" in motion! It worked for me, It can work for you.......

Train, Stay Prepared, Be Aggressive, Make the Save - SURVIVE!
Dale G. Pekel

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