Thread: Cheat sheet

  1. #1
    dickie d Guest

    Question Cheat sheet

    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.

  2. #2
    phyrngn Guest


    Check out the Phoenix Firewire's website...I believe it's @ or something like that...they have their policies on line...go to Tactical worksheet...

    Also, try

  3. #3
    LadderCapp 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.

  4. #4
    ONTFF 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

  5. #5
    TriTownship600 Guest


    We have one these $38.00 command boards. It has a check list as well as tracking who is where on the scene.

    Check it out.

  6. #6
    E229Lt Guest


    You can't win the game without a good playbook.

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