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Jarrod Sergi's Blog – May 2015 Archive (2)

It's just a T-Shirt

So you have put the time in to study for the promotional exam. You have made it through the assessment centers and the interview process and have been handed a new t-shirt. The letters on your back have turned gold and you are ready to start your journey as a Company Officer, or are you? Anyone can wear a shirt with gold letters on their backs. If we choose to not take the responsibility and live up to the title that is on our chest, then it’s just a t-shirt and nothing else. The shirt and…


Added by Jarrod Sergi on May 20, 2015 at 7:49pm — No Comments

Flat Roof Recon


So you’ve got the order to go to the roof of a residential or commercial dwelling that has a flat roof. The lack of pitch alone can make for speedy ventilation if done correctly, but there is much more we can do and more information we can gather once we get up there. Obviously the Incident Commander cannot see what the…


Added by Jarrod Sergi on May 7, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments

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