I was wondering if anyone has read the IFSTA's book, the Pumper Driver/Operator Handbook. Is this a useful book? Are the examples given reasonable. How is the overall content, and is it presented well? I would just like some feed back on this manual and know if it worthwhile to have. Thank you.
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11-09-2000, 09:21 AM #1Company40Firehouse.com Guest
11-09-2000, 10:17 AM #2CAPTAIN WHOFirehouse.com Guest
Any refferance material is good. It's always great to get different points of view.
The Latest version of the IFSTA Pump Driver/Operator Handbook is about the best laid out book I have seen yet. The information is current with operating systems and proceedures. Very interesting. I and learned the answers to some questions I had that no one seemed to be able to answer reasonably. I am also an Emergency Vehicle Technician and this is required reading for the exams. It's all good.
11-09-2000, 12:49 PM #3SRVFD2Firehouse.com Guest
Our department is small, and our "library" is small - but this is one of the few manuals that we have and use. It is a big help in a driver training class, and also on pump tests.
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