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"The Art Of Reading Smoke" - David W. Dodson

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Comment by Tom Williams on April 22, 2011 at 11:05am
Afternoon James, The last time I did a "hose dummy" like that, I unrolled a couple sections and made it into a 6 ft "figure" and then used duct tape to hold things together. I used the tape at the top of the legs, waist, back of the arms, and at the neck. Hope this helps a little bit.
Comment by James Parmley on April 22, 2011 at 10:58am
Looking for plans to build a hose dummy out of some old 3" hose. If anyone has any please let me know. Thanks.
Comment by Rob Odenwald on April 13, 2011 at 11:39am
I am looking to put toether a class on basement fires. If anyone has any pics, videos or even a powerpoint that they could forward me i would greatly appreciate it.
rodenwald@fentonfire.org
Comment by Donald Morrow on March 12, 2011 at 8:13am
Realplayer files are usually .flv files. You can convert them in realplayer to a windows media file .wmv then you can use them in a Powerpoint presentation.
Comment by Dale Karrick on January 5, 2011 at 9:40pm
We are preparing to have a map training session this month and I am trying to come up with some ideas on different ways to present the information. Maps is a great "winter" training as it is very classroom oriented. What are some ideas of how to present map training? Thanks!
Comment by Cory Deaton on January 2, 2011 at 10:38pm
I am looking for ideas for a class that I am putting on sometime this year. The class will be over R.I.T. I'm looking for some ideas on things people have done in the past. Any ideas will help. Thank you
Comment by Chief Mark Stiefer on January 2, 2011 at 12:26pm
I am Also going to try for a Pumper to replace the 2 that i have are 20 plus years old if anyone could helpwith that.i plan on trying for the grant for that if anyone has recieved one through it and would let me see your grant proposal>
Comment by Chief Mark Stiefer on January 2, 2011 at 12:24pm
Help...Anyone know of a department that received funding through the FIRE Prevention Grant Act for fire prevention trailers? If so, I'd like to obtain a copy of their grant proposal. My department is in the process of establishing an arson investigation unit and we would like to secure a vehicle to carry all of the equipment. We are also hoping to purchase a fire prevention trailer. As with most other departments, money is tight so we are looking at any other feasible ways to obtain money. Thanks in advance
Comment by john holtan on December 17, 2010 at 12:02pm
The Gas Monitor Simulator App (Gas Sim Version 1.3) was launched yesterday on the iTunes App Store. Update now and contact John for a free demo code to try it out. It's free, what's stopping you?
Do you have an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch? Download the app and try it out.

Contact me at john.holtan@lightsonss.com or www.lightsonss.com
Comment by james Williams on December 13, 2010 at 6:06pm
i am looking for some ideas to try and get more members in to training. Right now we have the same poeple coming every practice night. Just checkig to see if anyone has some good ideas on different things we can do for practice nights. that just drop me an email, and be safe.
festis@eastlink.ca
 

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