Props to DCFD for their innovative idea...
I am fairly new to this forum so I am not sure if this information has already been posted. I came across this RIT Mask modification the other day and thought it was a great idea. Some guys at my station argued that it would make the mask non-NFPA compliant. But really, if you are in a situation where this needs to be used, who really cares? When faced with the challenge of getting a mask on downed victim or FF every second makes a difference. Let me know what you all think about it...
Has anyone adopted this modification?
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Thread: RIT Face Mask modification
01-05-2009, 04:00 PM #1
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- Firetown, USA
RIT Face Mask modification
01-10-2009, 02:35 PM #2
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- ringwood nj
Rit mask modification
looks like it would work pretty good, it's worth trying out speed is key you don't want to screw around to long with a mask in that situation.
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