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Training Presentations
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Another thing that would be helpful would be having a training presentation sharing group, as a member of a small volunteer company, our in house training would benefit if there were more…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andy Marsh May 1, 2015.

Training for new members
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So, we're a small volunteer department and have been discussing the idea of a "probie book" and I was wondering if any departments have such a book, the member I'm currently looking for this book is…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Dippolito Dec 31, 2014.

Pre-Incident Plans
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As an officer in an all volunteer company, serving approximately 10,000 residents, with mixed occupancies, what structures do you feel should definitely have pre-plans completed?  As many of us know,…Continue

Tags: Preplan, Pre-plan, Planning, Pre-Incident

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Dippolito Jun 4, 2014.

Free Lance Photographers/Videographers

What is everyone's take on those pesky freelance videographers and photographers who basically chase fire apparatus, ambulances, and police cars in order to basically get their kicks, and those…Continue

Tags: Children, Fatalities, Volunteer, Videographers, Photographers

Started Nov 25, 2013


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Lives in:
Bristol, Pennsylvania
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Personnel, qualifications, training, funding, and personal protective equipment.
Topics you provide training for:
Basic in-house training, although hoping to complete structural suppression instructor courses in order to better myself, as well as educating the future as well as having a better understanding when used for prevention.

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