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SCBA Replenishment at major High-Rise fires

Wondering what type of policies or procedures are out there to refill SCBA bottles on a major High-Rise incident. We have 2nd, 3rd, and 4th due companies bringing spare bottles to the staging area 2…Continue

Started Jun 7, 2010

High Rise Hose Stretch debate
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We are currently revamping our departments High Rise SOG. Long story short during training of stretching hose in an uncompromised stairwell we were reinforcing looping your nozzle section up the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shaun Feb 10, 2010.


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Lives in:
Norfolk, Va
Norfolk Fire-Rescue
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Paid fire department
Jeremy Williams has over 15 years in the fire service and for the past 10 years he has worked for the City of Norfolk where he currently serves as a Lieutenant assigned to a Ladder Company. He has served the majority of his career assigned to one of the cities Heavy Rescue Companies, but has also been assigned to the busiest ladder and engine companies with in the city. He serves as an adjunct instructor for the Regional and Departmental Fire Academies. Jeremy is a member of the Regional Technical Rescue Team and also serves as a Rescue Specialist on FEMA’s Virginia Task Force 2 US&R Team.

Prior to working for Norfolk Jeremy worked as a Shipboard Fire Systems Technician and Inspector. He also served in the US Navy as the Ship’s Fire Marshall onboard the USS McFaul (DDG-74). Jeremy holds a Degree in Fire Science and is finishing up a Degree in Fire and Emergency Management.

Jeremy spent over 20 years in the sports arena and was lucky enough to play collegiate level football at West Virginia State College. Along with this he spent over 10 years coaching football at a high school and collegiate level.
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Game Changer

We refer to Game Changers in all of our courses and it is the foundational element that we strive to become.  However, the first thing that comes to mind is, what is it, who is it, and how do we become one?  Before we can achieve anything we must understand what it stands for and what it represents.  Game Changer is a noun and is defined as ‘a newly introduced element or factor that changes an existing…


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At 1:11pm on May 26, 2010, Chris Costamagna said…
Jeremy, Sorry it was was so long to get back to you. I had a problem with my account If you still have any questions e-mail me at work. talk to you soon .

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