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Goshen Fire Dept.
Years of public service:
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Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Confined Space
Map Software
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Fighter I & II
Fire Officer Strategy and Tactics
Fire Officer I & II
Fire Instructor I, II/III
Hazmat Awareness and Ops
Technical Rescue Awareness
Rope Operations and Technician
Fire Medic I-IV

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Confined Space Supplied Air hose suggestions

My department has recently sent myself and a few other to a confined space operations and technician class. Upon doing some inventory to get our departments confined space program operational we discovered that we need bunch of supplied air hose. We currently have 200' of Scott air hose and are probably seeking to buy about 1000' more. My question is, in adventure of pricing what is the suggested length of hose? I realize 300' is the maximum distance a rescuer can go into a confined space. It… Continue

Posted on March 17, 2009 at 5:46pm — 1 Comment

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At 2:30pm on June 8, 2008, Jay Michael said…
How are things in Goshen? Nice to see more local people on here.
At 7:08pm on March 11, 2008, Dave Cushwa said…
Hey Shane - Dave Cushwa Elkhart Fire - glad to see more local talent in this forum. Stay safe.

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