I work for a volunteer/paid-on-call department and I am a lieutenant in charge of medical and split with one of the captains with doing training. The capt ask what about using squads (or whatever…Continue
"dale pekel has plans for his survival/rit prop with vertical vent add on. Just need to contact him. Also on Scribd, search fire library, they have plans on several different burn props. On YouTube, Search & Destroy Training & Tools has…"
"Thanks Will for the info on Fire Tools, checked the website out, however was not impressed by the cost and the yearly cost to keep it running. You wouldn't know of any other software that may be more cost effective? Im under a tight budget to…"
"At my department, we just got Firetools software. I'm currently navigating the program. Most of our paid on call/volunteer departments are using it in our area. So i came call for some assistance. U might want to talk with your neighboring…"
A dept that I used to run with housed 1 of each rescue,ladder and engine. For ems runs we almost always took the squad or utility to keep the big trucks available. In PA once I make patient contact I am not allowed to leave until care…"
"To add some background info. My department runs approx 600 calls in a rural area with call increase over the last few years. I and my captain know of some departments in our area that have done this. One department had the department split in half…"
I work for a volunteer/paid-on-call department and I am a lieutenant in charge of medical and split with one of the captains with doing training. The capt ask what about using squads (or whatever term u want to use) to running medical calls. The idea has come up in the past, but met tons of resistance. Now we have a new chief and are in the rebuilding process with hiring new guys. I was wondering if any departments out there do this and how do they have it setup. Also if anyone has anything to…See More
If are rescue is full (3-4) we will stop by the station drop off 2-3 guys to grab the engine and/or tanker. The rescue has 1 pack on it for someone. The other waits for a pack from from first arriving engine. At least with the rescue truck first…"
"Here in Indy we run 2man squads. 1 FF/EMT &1FF/Paramedic. Right now we have 5 squads in the city all but 1 are at a TAC house. On a fire the squad acts as a truck crew. Here 1 man is the driver/engineer & the other is a Lt. Or Capt. One or…"
Thanks Will for the info on Fire Tools, checked the website out, however was not impressed by the cost and the yearly cost to keep it running. You wouldn't know of any other software that may be more cost effective? Im under a tight budget to work with and Fire tools software is pretty steep.
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