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Engine Company Riding Assignments
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Larry Glover Jan 13, 2010.

24 Hr Shift Training/Safety Officers
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Smith Oct 23, 2008.

 

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Lives in:
North Naples, Florida
Department:
North Naples
Title/rank:
Shift Training/Safety Captain
Years of public service:
18
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Officer I
Florida State Smoke Diver
TRT certified
Haz-Mat Tech
Dive Rescue International DR2
Instructor 1
Paramedic
Topics you provide training for:
RIT
Mayday
Safety
Truck Company
Situational Awareness
Areas of expertise:
Student of the Fire Service

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At 10:17am on October 23, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Captain:

Please allow me to invite you to the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. We are currently talking about some real interesting issues.

Todd McKee
At 1:36pm on October 15, 2008, Frank Ricci said…
Check your other mail.
At 7:31pm on October 11, 2008, troy kerckhove said…
I am an officer on an engine. When I am need they swing someone over or call in, depending on the man power. be safe troy
At 7:01pm on October 11, 2008, Todd McKee said…
toddcmckee@hazmatohio.com
At 7:59pm on October 9, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Bob
Nice looks like you guys did a great job. If I remember correctly there is a copper pin on the drivers side of the tank. This pin is an emergency pin that will shut down the valves. Did this truck have a pin ? I am trying to gather information regarding the pin working and not working. Great Job! Todd McKee
At 9:30pm on October 8, 2008, Mike Gagliano said…
You rock brother...

Hope it feels great to be out in front and leading without fear...

Mike
At 6:18pm on October 8, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Hey Bob Tell me more about the tanker roll over picture. Todd McKee
At 6:55pm on October 5, 2008, troy kerckhove said…
We use the same system seems to work good. Except when man power short, we have trouble getting off the truck to do training. I feel that as a fire instructor you need to be out there getting dirt with guys, and seeing what is going on at the fire and with firefighters. It seem that the 24 hour instructors are more respected and looked up to than the BC or 40 hour (political promotion system). Be safe
 
 
 

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