I have an advantage because I usually work with the same guys. We all carry the screwdriver, cutters, webbing and two lights. however, each of us carry an individual tool that weighs a little more and is like extra credit. I carry vice grips, another carries a small set of allens wrenches and screwdrivers and the third carries a longer piece of heavier duty rope for hoisting equipment. These aren't exactly lifesaving devices, but really come in handy.
Helmet rubber band with flahlight 1 mult purpose door wedge .COAT -Right Chest flashlight clipped and strapped to coat. rescue gloves clipped to zipper ,if dont need leave i apparatus. Left chest Radio .Right side hand pocket 15ft of webbing w/ beaner. Inside pocket stop watch. Left hand pocket beaner that I clip to SCBA strap. BUNKERS --left side 40ft of bailout attached to built in harness. Right side has a tool pouch built in, that holds collapsable spanners, linemans cutters, knife that has a O2 socket ,seat belt cutter, window punch built in.10ft piece of webbing ,FF gloves .
I carry my radio in my coat pocket and in my bunker pants i carry my gloves in the right pocket with two spanner wrenches and 10ft rope with carabiners on each end in my left pocket i have a seat belt cutter/window punch and a carbon hood and i have a flashlight mounted on my helmet and allso a few door wedges thats about it :)
My right pocket has two sections of webbing. One 12 ft one 25 ft. My left pocket has a Task Force Tips rescue wrench, a blunt tip serrated knife and a mini cats paw(pry bar). Good for pulling the trim on vehicles or popping the battery terminals.