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Justin Renner's Blog – August 2015 Archive (1)

Do seconds matters? come on.

I would like to take a long winded roundabout way to look at the importance of saving seconds in an effort to saving minutes on a fire scene. This came up when I noticed during night calls guys would wake up, put on their shoes, walk to the Apparatus and then take their shoes off. This didn’t make sense to me, I just don’t put my shoes on, but how could I tell them that they were wasting time. Throughout my short career I have always been told “seconds matter”,…


Added by Justin Renner on August 17, 2015 at 9:18am — No Comments

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