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Is a basic NFPA 1002 and a drivers lic. enough training to get "cut loose to drive and engine at your station/Dept?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Gillelan Mar 19, 2011. 4 Replies

Is a basic NFPA 1002 course and a drivers lic. enough training to get "cut loose" to drive an engine at your station/Dept?  I felt more hands on was needed, so I created this pump operator training…Continue

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Zachary Wolf replied to Scott Taylor's discussion X-TRA PUMP Operator Training!!! in the group Engine/Pumper Drivers
"Also depending on your department and response you are alos second in command if your engine officer is in a working ic roll"
Jun 27, 2014
Engineer k7 replied to Scott Taylor's discussion X-TRA PUMP Operator Training!!! in the group Engine/Pumper Drivers
"   Theres not a thing wrong with xtra pump training, you've gotta remember one thing, besides command you are the next most important person on the scene, " The lives of nozzle people is in the hands of the pump operator"…"
Dec 8, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to Kent Calhoun's discussion Volunteer firefighter are not real???!
"There are two kinds of firefighters. those that do only what they have to for a check, and those who strive to be the best, evevy day... check or no check.   www.streetsmartpo.com"
Nov 17, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to Mark W's discussion 4" vs 5" supply hose, which would you put on your truck?
"I think drying hose is tradition left over from the old days when if you didnt dry the cotton jacketed hose, it mold became a problem. I havent seen cotton for quite a while.   www.streetsmartpo.com"
Nov 4, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to Mark W's discussion 4" vs 5" supply hose, which would you put on your truck?
"There are a few questions to be asked. What's wrong with what you are using now? If you have a 1250 pump or larger, why restrict yourself to 1000 gal per min with 4"? A new pump rated at 1500 gpm may get you 1750 to 2000 gpm at…"
Oct 28, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to Kayli Borell's discussion enjoyable firefighting and emt books to read for fun!
""To sleep with the angels". "
Oct 15, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"Brian, So far all I hear from you is the "good' side of this program. With anything, their is always a down side. I would like to hear the down side of the program directly from you."
Oct 15, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"Brian, With any project... one must weigh the pros and cons. (no pun intended) There seems to be a long list of cons here with the posible saving of money and a staffing increase as the only sensible pro. Clearly. this is a bad idea that I feel will…"
Oct 14, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"or a prison gaurd!"
Oct 14, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to Brad Dietlin's discussion PPE on Vehicle Accidents
"correction  ...charged hose line on all cut jobs.   sorry bout that"
Oct 12, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"Ill answer your question. It's not my job to save the personal lives of inmates. The fire dept should leave that to the dept of correction!! (unless, of course, they are on fire and/or stabbed 45 times).   Do they deserve a second chance?…"
Oct 12, 2011
Scott Taylor is now friends with Elseiq Oakley and Mike France
Oct 12, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"Its a trust issue. I cant see my crew all the time.... like when they are looking for a pts meds... but I trust they wont take any.   And another thought just hit me.... what do we tell the hundreds of good non-inmates that didnt pass their…"
Oct 12, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"thats what our politicians are now calling those that sneak over our borders illeagally and take good jobs for small pay."
Oct 12, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to Brad Dietlin's discussion PPE on Vehicle Accidents
"At min. helmet, eye protection, rescue gloves, turnouts (or some other type of flash protection), and a manned - charged hose line, should be used on all calls.    It's your life. www.streetsmartpo.com  "
Oct 11, 2011
Scott Taylor replied to FFN WebTeam's discussion Inmate Staffing - Could it work?
"so... if you cant get hired by the city..... go rob a bank?   Now the "new americans" and the criminals are taking jobs from honest americans! This damn tea party needs to go.   www.streetsmartpo.com"
Oct 11, 2011

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Type of Organization
Combination Fire Rescue Department
Job Function
Driver / Engineer
Years in Fire/EMS:
24
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Anne Arundel County Fire Department
Years With Department/Agency
15
Dept. Web Site:
http://www.streetsmartpo.com
Facebook or Other Online Profile:
http://www.streetsmartpo.com

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At 6:46pm on March 14, 2011, Fireyladd - Chief Sharp said…
Scott, Welcome to the Firefighter Nation. I am glad you joined the group.There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all.

Chief William Sharp
Brookings, Oregon
 
 
 

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