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Aerial Operations Discussion Group has hit a Milestone!

This group has a hit a milestone with now "72" members! 72 is a number unlike any other. It's the only one that comes after seventy one and…

Started by Chad Berg

0 Apr 16, 2009

Truck SOG's

Hi All... My Dept is re-working all of our SOG's. I have been assigned Truck op's and High Rise. I was looking for other Dept's SOG's to c…

Started by Don Huneke

2 Mar 21, 2009
Reply by Don Huneke

Aerial Operations in Rural Areas

Does anyone here have experience utilizing aerial apparatus in the Rural Setting? From what we have been taught, our use of an aerial would…

Started by Tim Linke

2 Sep 2, 2008
Reply by Adam Bean

Outrigger width

Have you ever measured exactly how wide your outriggers farthest point from the opposite outrigger is when setting up? Full set up, not sho…

Started by Chad Berg

7 Aug 5, 2008
Reply by Chad Berg

Outrigger pad trick

Most of the aerial apparatus manufacturers require that we place outrigger pads beneath the feet of the outriggers. You have to really…

Started by Chad Berg

1 Jul 24, 2008
Reply by Drew Smith

Outriggers on sidewalks

I'm curious about your experience or knowledge of allowing outriggers to set up on sidewalks. Need vs. owners manual? SOP's, experience, in…

Started by Chad Berg

3 Jul 5, 2008
Reply by Eric Gamble

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