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At 10:30pm on September 16, 2011, J. Scott Loftis said…
Joe, I just completed the entire Skills Competency Workbook Project for FF1 and FF2. Check it out at www.createspace.com/3690367
At 8:19am on April 1, 2009, Toby Hancock said…
Joe,

Cheese forwarded on the e-mail. Looks as if I should be able to make that. My email is tj_hancock@iowatelecom.net if you just want to forward stuff there.

Thanks,

Toby
At 1:56pm on February 6, 2009, J. Scott Loftis said…
Joe, I am sending you the final draft of the FF1 and FF2 JPR sheets. I apologize, but they are in pdf format with logos from the two SC fire organizations that I am working with to distribute them state-wide. Look for it!

EGH-PFB
Loftis
At 11:08am on February 2, 2009, L. Chapel said…
I got a couple ideas; I'm more interested in Driver/Engineer proficiency drills at the moment.

We also have FF1 and FF2 requirements for our job. In looking over all the information it was interesting how similar our requirements are across the country...Les
At 6:56pm on January 25, 2009, Joseph Tisbe said…
Thanks
At 6:49pm on January 23, 2009, L. Chapel said…
Great, can't wait to read it. Thanks...Les

leschapel@msn.com
At 2:11pm on January 23, 2009, L. Chapel said…
Joe,

I read with interest your request (post) for yearly skills evaluations information.

I'm looking for driver proficiency testing specifically. Whether it be formal training given by our Training Department, or informal; in the back lot of the station stuff.

I noticed you had some decent responses. Is there any information you received that you could share in this regard? I thought I'd try you prior to placing another post that may cover the same ground.

Thanks…Les Chapel
At 6:02pm on January 15, 2009, Rob Cannon said…
Chief,
Thanks for the add! I look forward to learning from you and the MANY others on here!

Stay Safe
FTM-PTB

Rob
At 12:05pm on January 3, 2009, le neouanic laurent said…
hello my name is laurent so french paramedic fire figther,i search for trade uniform's and helmet's for my collection ,thank's for your reponse my blog :
http://sssm22.skyrock.com/
my mail : laurent.leneouanic@cegetel.net
happy new year for you and your family ,so long .laurent
At 12:00pm on December 16, 2008, Toby Hancock said…
Joe, Whats up with the FOOLS? You find much interest in our area?
At 7:59pm on December 7, 2008, Mike Truninger said…
Hey Chief I will put them up as fast as I can take them.
Bent a few elbows up in ED am from Savanna originally.
Keep it safe
At 9:28am on November 13, 2008, Jim Mason said…
Yeah Joe
I'm really enjoying it too. We just need about another thousand people on the page. take care
Jim
At 6:49pm on October 21, 2008, Jim Mason said…
That's excellant! My teaching buddy and I have been working on a company officer school with hands on and lecture parts also. The chnallenges are to get them to make decisions leaning mostly on crew continuity, delagation to the FF's, tatical priorities and communications to coordinate. It's a challenge for the students. It really basic tasks built around decison making obsticals
At 6:46pm on October 16, 2008, Jim Mason said…
Glad to have you qs friend Joe. We're almost neighbors, Chicago and E. Dubuque! I believe officer development is a challenge in any dept. The question is how do we teach these FF's how to make decisions. TThat's a bit of what we're trying on the "Common Sense Firefighting " page. We just started it a couple of days ago but we think it might work out. What do you guys do for your command training?
Jim Mason
Chgo FD
At 8:22pm on October 13, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Chief,
Thank you for joining the group Unique HazMat Incidents. I hope your postings will allow us to grow in the HazMat WORLD.

Your Friend,
Todd McKee
At 3:54pm on September 29, 2008, Jeffrey Pindelski said…
Hey Joe,

I hope all is well. RICO went well- it is dedicated students that make the class successful. I always look forward to learning from everyone that attends. Keep in touch and stay safe.
At 1:56pm on September 28, 2008, chris conforti said…
Hey brother,
Joe, what do you carry as far as caribiners and rescue harneses etc...
At 3:55am on September 18, 2008, Mike Gagliano said…
Bro...

Shoot me an email and I'll zip you off the Seattle guideline...

mikeyjay@aol.com
At 11:12pm on September 11, 2008, J. Scott Loftis said…
How are the skills sheets coming? I have another set for Driver / Operator. Did you like the FF1 and FF2 sets that I sent you?
At 11:37pm on September 9, 2008, Mike Gagliano said…
Hey brother...

I am thrilled you are digging the book and very appreciative of your kind words and encouragement.

If we can help with getting your policy off the ground or tightened up, don't hesitate to ask.

Ride to the sound of the guns brother...


Mike

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