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Comment by Don Horn on June 30, 2009 at 4:22pm
Always looking for new ideas and methods of training
Comment by Chris Sterling on June 30, 2009 at 4:12pm

We tryed a drill that was posted here at FFN. We'ed done very similar drills, but this was a new feel for the guys, with lot's of low profile areas, as well as stairs and ladders. Just take your crew to your local school play ground, and feed a rescue rope all through it, and to throw in a twist, cross the rope to see if they'll follow the right one. You can throw in some objects for them to identify with they're gloves on just for practice. Anything from tools, to house hold items. Keeps them thinking, and helps them stay sharp. Give it a shot. Make sure they're masks are covered, natrually, and try not to let them see what they'll be doing. We had them mask up in the back of the rescue, and led them to the play ground behind the school building. The results were, they want to do it alot more! Have fun, be safe brothers, and sisters!
Comment by Steven C. Hamilton on March 2, 2009 at 8:53pm
New to the site. Looking forward to exchanging information and ideas.
Comment by Chris Sterling on March 1, 2009 at 1:07pm
We drill every Tuesday night, and we do run out of ideas at times. We do alot of speed drills. We do everything from cummunication drills, to smoke machine drills. We did a fun high angle rescue drill, where we had an injured contractor on the roof of our firehall, that touched a power line while repairing the roof. This required EMS, and fire to go to the roof. We packaged the patient on the roof, and lowered via two laddered firefighters, and back ups, and a stokes basket. The nice part of this drill was, we covered everything from ropes, and ladders, to patient care. Quite successful! Oh yea, we didn't even drop the patient!
Comment by FF WFD 14 on February 20, 2009 at 2:38pm
i took a class in s.c.b.a confidence and our instuctor took our packs and twisted them all up opened our bypass valves and tied our starps and stuff in knots and we had to go in pitch black and also turn our nomex around and have our fire gloves on and put it back together...the training for that is to know you s.c.b.a it was a good class
Comment by Ryan Henderson on January 27, 2009 at 2:59pm
Send Message to Grouphey everyone i'm from Coxsackie ny we have two co. in our dept. hose 3 and D.M. Hamilton Steamer Co. 2 i'm from D.M. and i was just hopeing i could get some ideas . thanx feel free to put down and ideas of all aspects of firefighting
 

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