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At our dept. we have a "rig book" on each fire rig, which is a reference to the apparatus and the tools carried on it. This includes rig specs, pumping capacity, operation and maitenence of certain tools, type of fuel they take, oil, etc. We are working on updating them, or making new ones all together, as they have become out of date and disorganized. Does anyone have anything similar at their dept? Looking for ideas of what to include in the new ones. Any help or ideas would be GREATLY appreciated!

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