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We are going to start some very in-depth training on when and how to use RIT. Was wondering if anyone had any established SOP/SOG's we could get some ideas from. We have not used rit teams alot in the past because of a lack of manpower, but we are experiencing growth and are looking to make this a standard practice at all structure fires. Me being the safety officer, and our training officer are going to work hand in hand to try and put together a solid program and a set of guidelines and sop's. Would appreciate any help.

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Eddie,

Shoot me an e-mail at ffanjemt2@msn.com. I will send you a few things.
Andy
Eddie,

I have an SOG for RIT/Mayday activations. Send me an e-mail and I will forward you the info I have.

edfire18@yahoo.com

Stay Safe!!

Joe
Would you guy's send those to me also. We also ,are starting to train on RIT. Thanks.
patriotgci@roadrunner.com

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