Folks,

I'm looking for an Incident Safety Checklist - the kind of checklist a Safety Officer could use during a working fire which
would alert you to the signs of potential building collapse or the
changes in fire stages (smoke color, intensity) etc... 

In a volunteer department, you may not always have a certified Safety
Officer available for a working incident, so it would be great if such
a checklist were available to the Incident Commander.

Thanks for all your help and stay safe.  Feel free to email me also...

Dave Van Gasbeck
Lieutenant, Department Safety Officer
Waldorf VFD, MD
dvangasbec@aol.com
301.221.2584

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That is a great Idea. I am also a vollunteer and we could use one also.
I just finished for NYS-ISO.I too would like to see a good check list.
Wm.H Wallace,Jr
whwjr48Agmail.com
Here's a checklist.
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Al,

Thanks a lot. This is really helpful.

Dave
Dave,

Here is some more info.

Al
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Thanks Again Al.

Dave

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