Todd, I have a question about your discusion on DRD in June 26, 2008. I mentioned issues with students getting caught. Can you tell me who the gear manufacturer was?
I am following up on this topic for my department. we have not had any reported issues but we have guys who have removed the drd from their gear because of issues they have read about. We use Morning Pride.
Spent a great amount of time pouring over the pictures. Amazed at what is there, even for the fairly novice eye. That big of a debris pile and body count yet nothing but a token inspection. Blows the mind.
As for the cold, its been down there for a while now. Its -5 today, which feels relatively warm compared to the past few days. I hear the Mid-West has had some weather as well.
I got a new phone and in the process must have missed your voicemail about the RIT class that you where teaching. Very sorry I didn’t get back with you in time. If you need any help with anything else let me know and thanks for thinking of me for that one. Hope all is well brother, I’ll talk to you soon.
Hey Todd, thanks for the quick reply on my discussion and the offer for some drills. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I have been away from HazMat for a while and am trying to get back into the groove and also make sure that my guys are up to date and safe. Stay safe brother.
I'd be very interested in joining the group. In the first stages of a Haz Mat incident what is needed are firefighters and command staff that know Haz Mat and can make initial decisions which satisfy life safety priority.
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