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Started this discussion. Last reply by Pierre-Louis Lamballais Dec 25, 2015. 3 Replies 0 Likes
Hi,I've a question about pagers system, to call firefighters.I'm French, living now in Brasil and working for an organisation which goal is open small volunter firestation.In France we have…Continue
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Hi,After sending a few messages about structural firefighting, it can be nice to write a presentation.I'm French, but married with a Brasilian women, so I live in Brasilia. I start studying…Continue
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Pierre-Louis Lamballais Apr 18, 2011. 10 Replies 0 Likes
Cold weather (december), 1 PM. A call for a structural fire. The message indicate "Explosion of the fuel system" (in fact the guys use a "petrol" system to heat the house and it explodes).The main…Continue
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Hows the progress of that going?
So i'm assuming the container you can pack down and transport with you?
Having a visit from you and your team would be very informative and would definately boost the standards over here.
We don't have much compartment training or even a training school over here!
We just have the region training centre which only covers basics such as hose laying etc, then the use of BA / SCBA.
Your team would make a lot of progress over here I can tell you that for sure :)
I think you need a branch of Tantad in New Zealand *wink wink nudge nudge*
It seems like you have a very vast knowledge of compartment fire fighting and theory which is great you are sharing :)
I subscribed to your site Tantad.com and also read your article Vent Induced Flashover which was a very interesting piece to read :)
Keep up the good work!
Where are you based at the moment?
- Ben 'Snapper' Auger, Kaukapakapa Fire Force, New Zealand
Chief William Sharp