Brotherhood Instructors - This was the first scenario of several that challenged the members taking our RIT/FAST Scenarios course in Bensenville, Illinois on Saturday July 31st, 2010.

The instructors of Brotherhood Instructors, LLC played the initial companies responding to a house fire, and the victims in the scenario. Members of the course took positions as a second due engine, first due truck, RIT team and Incident Command.

Watch and listen to the radio transmissions, packaging, removal at this realistic and life-like scenario. The only thing that we cannot duplicate is the fire, everything else, we try to provide as life-like as possible.

This video is the rough version of the scenario (an edited version will follow shortly). Stay tuned for further videos from this course, and the previous days of training provided at the O'Hare Expansion Project acquired structures.

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Comment by Larry Taggart on August 5, 2010 at 5:47pm
Good drill, but everyone was involved. Command never moved up alarms, to muck confused traffic, no designation as emergency and one for fire traffic. The use of houses for training and not just to burn down is as important item.
Comment by 55 TRUCK on August 4, 2010 at 8:45pm
Great training! With it being harder to burn vacant structures for training due to the EPA. Many fire dept. Forget that a structure can still be used to train firefighters. Again great vid and Training!
God Bless
Comment by Brotherhood Instructors, LLC on August 4, 2010 at 8:15pm
Thanks for posting Webteam!

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