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Dress Out TRICKS

I would like to hear what the group has to offer regarding dress out tricks?

Started by Todd McKee

0 Apr 26, 2009

Hazards with old safes

Just FYI, Some antique safe were fitted with a binary chemical theft deterrent device. This generally consists of 2 glass vials of one cont…

Started by A.J. Clemmons

0 Apr 9, 2009

Gas Detector Training

Does anyone have any training ideas, plan, props or scenarios to really get crew members hands on with the gas detectors...? Thanks Shawn…

Started by Shawn McKERRY

5 Mar 1, 2009
Reply by brandon earley

FDIC 2009

How many of us are going to FDIC 2009 in Idy?

Started by Todd McKee

1 Mar 1, 2009
Reply by brandon earley


What is your definition of the word "UNIQUE"?

Started by Todd McKee

2 Feb 14, 2009
Reply by Todd McKee

MASS Decontamination

Mass Decontamination is an important part of today’s functions of the emergency responder. This is due to the fact that live patients can’t…

Started by Todd McKee

1 Feb 13, 2009
Reply by Shawn McKERRY


It seems over the years that anthrax has given everyone a scare, this is the only scare that has shut down the USPS. Tell me about how…

Started by Todd McKee

2 Dec 20, 2008
Reply by Todd McKee

Rail Car Emergencies

Rail car emergencies are rare but still need attention in the world of HazMat. What type of equipment do you have on your HazMat responding…

Started by Todd McKee

0 Dec 20, 2008

Flash Suits

What would you recommend as far as FLASH SUITS?

Started by Todd McKee

0 Dec 8, 2008

Back to the Basics EGR Reveiw

Let's take a step back to the basics and do a simple review of the Emergency Response Guide. Please take a look at the picture and provide…

Started by Todd McKee

2 Nov 6, 2008
Reply by Todd McKee


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