Please allow me to invite you to the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. I will be presenting this at 2009 FDIC and would love to hear some of your thoughts. We are currently talking about some real interesting issues.
Someone asked me why the 3502 key is called "3502", some people told him it was for an address where an incident took place, others told him it was for Chapter 35,Section 2. Is there any explanation and if so, I will pass it on to him. Thanks!
We don't have that many high-rise jobs but it is our policy that we will not use the elevator unless it has phase II. It means we get to hoof it more often but do to our lack of experience we just don't know enough to work other wise. I have forwarded your name to a member of the High-Rise committee. His name is Keith McMurphy and he is going to be hitting you up about several issues, so please be on the look out for him.
Good afternoon; I would like to ask you all two questions to gather some informal statistics on Firefighter Emergency Operation (Phase I and Phase II).
1. How many elevators does your department use on FEO during a fire in a high rise building?
2. How do they use them?
I have received training from you numerous times at the MFA and have purchased your book, which I found very good. Once in awhile I take my company out and we practice phase I and II operations but we are limited after that. Any pointers of how to expand elevator training?
I am looking forward to the exchange of ideas and problems from firefighters across North America and other parts of the world. This is a system that I certainly would have benefited from as a young firefighter making my way up through the ranks. If I can answer your question, I will. If I can't, I'll find someone who can answer it.
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