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Door Hinge Tool

A co-worker showed me a homemade door hinge tool that he used to keep a door open. It was made out of a piece of angle iron and a hook that…

Started by Pete Garcia

6 Apr 11, 2010
Reply by David Dionne

Entanglement Awareness: Part 1

This video is one of a series that explains how to identify, prevent and remove entanglement hazards. It is very basic and very well explai…

Started by Jason Hoevelmann

0 Apr 11, 2010

Super B

I am interested in knowing how many use the HazMat Suit called Supper B? Does your HazMat Team have trouble with identifying the difference…

Started by Todd McKee

1 Apr 9, 2010
Reply by Todd McKee

Firefighter Development Symposium - Milwaukee, WI

Date: May 7 & 8, 2010 Location: Ramada City Centre - Milwaukee, Wisconsin Cost: $85 per day or $150 for both days prior to April 9th,…

Started by Brett Graves

0 Apr 8, 2010

Passing of Dr. Don Cannon, Fire Historian

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Dr. Donald Cannon, noted fire historian. He leaves behind his wife, Delia, and 18 ye…

Started by Glenn Corbett

3 Apr 7, 2010
Reply by Todd McKee

Need some opinions

Well this isn't really a training issue but more of a favor to ask everyone what I should get to put on the personalized plate of my Harley…

Started by Brad Hoff

3 Apr 2, 2010
Reply by Tom Londo

Incident Command Terminology

Can someone explain how a "Unit" fits in to the incident command system? For example, why do some ICS charts have triage units instead of…

Started by Bob Watton

2 Mar 29, 2010
Reply by Bob Watton

Back to Basics Part 6: SCBA Drills

SCBA consumption drill. This is a photo of an air consumption drill that we typically do during our Mayday training. However, we encourage…

Started by Jason Hoevelmann

1 Mar 28, 2010
Reply by Jeff Schwering

2011 International Ice Rescue Train-the-Trainer Academy

International Ice Rescue Train-the-Trainer Academy February 17 - 20, 2011 Lifesaving Resources Inc. Water & Ice Rescue Training Center…

Started by Gerald M. Dworkin

0 Mar 27, 2010

2.5 (2-1/2) inch crosslay

Our fire apparatus currently have two or three cross-lays. They are 1-3/4 inch, two of them are 200 feet in length and a 150 feet. We have…

Started by Thad White

3 Mar 27, 2010
Reply by Larry Lasich

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