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Mayday Drill with Interesting Results

Overview We do a lot of firefighter emergency training. At least four times a year we exercise our Firefighter Emergency Guidelines to assu…

Started by Scott Thompson

2 Aug 1, 2008
Reply by Scott Thompson

The Drill I Learned The Most From

OBJECTIVES Teach the new guy about the rig and equipment Mentor the new guy Introduce the crew to the new guy Build team confidence BACKGR…

Started by Scott Thompson

8 Jun 26, 2008
Reply by William Hersman

the old books

want to do some great drills that are outside the box get your hands on the old IFSTA salvage and ground ladder books great drills on speci…

Started by Anthony Avillo

0 Jun 22, 2008

Forcible Entry Door Props

Buy B Shift a welder and they will build it.... This prop is set up for saw, irons and K Tool training as well as a visual aid for differe…

Started by Scott Thompson

1 Apr 26, 2008
Reply by Mike Walker

First Five Minutes Drill

PURPOSE The Purpose of the First Five Minutes is to visit, on a regular basis, retail, commercial, industrial or multi-family structures. B…

Started by Scott Thompson

4 Mar 31, 2008
Reply by Mark Lee

5-minutes for life

PURPOSE To assure your personnel are trained to get out alive. Every firefighter should be proficient in this skill before they are allowed…

Started by Richard Kelley

1 Mar 28, 2008
Reply by Scott Thompson

Line of Duty Death Drill

Purpose The Purpose of the Line of Duty Death Drill is to visit, on a regular basis, line of duty deaths and close calls. By doing so, we c…

Started by Scott Thompson

3 Mar 27, 2008
Reply by Scott Thompson

The "What's in Here" drill

I am sure that you all are already doing this but a common drill conducted by our guys is the "What's in Here Drill". The officer gathers e…

Started by Mark Lee

0 Mar 27, 2008


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