Wednesday, May 23, 2018

How To: Hose – The “Apartment” Lay

Posted by admin On December - 1 - 2009 40 COMMENTS

hoselay

 

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How to: Deploying the “Minute Man” Hose Load

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Minuteman Hose Lay

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How to: Throwing the 35′

Posted by admin On December - 1 - 2009 63 COMMENTS

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How to: Unresponsive Victim Rescue from 4th Floor

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How to: Roof Ops

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How to: Residential Vertical Vent

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ISI SCBA

Posted by admin On November - 14 - 2009 ADD COMMENTS

ISI SCBA information here

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Making a Hydrant

Posted by admin On November - 14 - 2009 ADD COMMENTS

The following video offers a good, slow, methodical example of connecting large diameter hose to a hydrant. It should be noted however that while flushing the hydrant it should NOT be opened all the way as done in this video. The objective when flushing a hydrant is to flush any dirt or debris up and out of the hydrant. If the firefighter opens the hydrant all the way then he/she runs the risk of pushing the dirt/debris into the top of the hydrant cap and not out of the hydrant.

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Getting to know your Scott SCBA

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Scott SCBA info here

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Line of Duty Death Research Project

It’s heart breaking that we continue to kill over 100 firefighters every year in the line of duty. As firefighters [...]

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