Besides climate control I would imagine that he also would want the gear in the cab so that those expensive monitors and meds stay in their control instead of winding up in the hands of a theiving little druggie, at least that's my understanding of why most departments are moving towards keeping medical gear in the cabs now days, med control and protection of high priced electronics.
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Thread: EMS Compartments over wheels
12-16-2011, 10:04 PM #21
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12-20-2011, 10:35 PM #22
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We've done the compartment over the wheels for a while but just recently started using it for EMS supplies. Currently holds the jump bag, O2 and AED. You can't reach anything up high anyway so we cut them down in the latest rig. We also added an extra compartment between those two compartments. This is in a Spartan LFD cab.
01-13-2012, 01:27 PM #23
Will see if this works this time...
first one is compartment on driver side. SCBA and can, 4 hooks at top of compartment going under bench seat
next is compartment on officer side. Can and O2 unit...hooks at top.
shot 3 is officer side, full compartment. has EMS stuff, meters, scba masks, tarps.
last shot is from crew cab...compartment in corner. We only got small access door as that's what we needed.
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