My Department is in the progress of making a
on scene check list. Do any other departments use this? Its for car accidents,
house fires and other calls. Just little reminders to keep you on track.
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Thread: Cheat sheet
04-05-2001, 11:02 PM #1dickie dFirehouse.com Guest
04-08-2001, 10:13 PM #2phyrngnFirehouse.com Guest
04-10-2001, 02:39 PM #3LadderCappFirehouse.com Guest
I,m sending you one that has been used at my dept. for at least 10 years that I know of. It has been modified several times to reflect changes in county wide procedural issues, ie.. ric, and safety officers on every god*&#^(( Call it seems like. But it has worked well for me on several occassions Best of luck with it.
04-10-2001, 02:48 PM #4ONTFFFirehouse.com Guest
we have a quick reference binder in the pumpers that covers all types of incidents and what you are supposed to do for them, almost like a rolledex in binder fashion
05-18-2001, 10:35 PM #5TriTownship600Firehouse.com Guest
05-30-2001, 09:29 PM #6E229LtFirehouse.com Guest
You can't win the game without a good playbook.
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