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Parma Fire Department
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Paid fire department
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Firefighter 2 and Paramedic certified
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At 9:04pm on March 26, 2009, Bryan Downie said…
Sent Mike a message about our sessions and the recent fires that helped validate the program. Notably the Heights fatality and the recent rescue on Gilbert. Stay safe
At 8:52pm on March 25, 2009, Bryan Downie said…
Great job on the air management training drills Jim!
At 8:59pm on December 4, 2008, Jimmy Grostick said…
Sounds like a great class @ FDIC. I sure hope to make it some day out there...maybe this year (2009)...

I missed the ROAM class that was brought into our County this summer as I was on a 48.. But the few guys that did make it there said it was outstanding. Let me know how it goes on your efforts...I am thinking of trying to implement a SCBA "work-rate" exercise here at the house too. I think that initially it would be voluntary, but as it catches on, most will wnt to get involved. Maybe charting the progress? What ideas did you have?
At 12:20am on December 4, 2008, Jimmy Grostick said…

On the search box type in "mayday" (one-word)... about half way down you will see the link under the "guestbook names"

I used the video to as part of teaching RIT and FF survival class for academy. Had it playing while the recruits were coming in on the projector with sound...

Sure got their attention..

Be safe!


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