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Does anyone have yearly skills evaluations for their firefighters and if so can I get a copy of them. I am looking for firefighting, driver operator pumper & aerial, haz-mat, etc.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Stay Safe!!

Joe

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Joe:

I have several HazMat Tests and drills I can send you. FE has a simulator that you can present as a drill to see where your guys are at. and what descions they would make. Todd
Todd,

I will take whatever you can send me.

Thanks and Be Safe!!

Joe
Brent,

I will take whatever you can send me.

Thanks and Be Safe!!

Joe
Joe,

If you will send me an e-mail, I have the complete JPR's for NFPA 1001 for FF1 and FF2. I also have Driver Operator. I have them electronic, I think that it may be better to put them on a CD and mail it to you. Just let me know. sloftis@oconeesc.com

EGH-PFB
J. Scott Loftis
Assistant Chief
Oconee County Fire and Emergency Services
edfire18@yahoo.com
Joe, If you want a copy of our yearly skills sheets you are more than wlecome to have them. They cover basic laddering skills, Pump evolutions with multiple lines and foam evolutions.

Doug DuBree
Rock Island Fire Dept
Doug,

Send them on over to me.

Joe
Hi, Brent.
I would like a copy of Georgia's Annual Core Competencies. I am trying to put together something similar in our department. Thanks, Kirt. kcwill97@hotmail.com

Brent Sanger said:
I can get you copies of Georgia's Annual Core Competencies, the skills that all firefighters in Georgia should know. They cover all aspects of firefighting, including medical response.
Brent, do you mind if I have a copy of those competencies.

Jim Hester, rescueirons@aol.com
Thanks Bro.

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