Our dept. has just mandated the use of a RIT on all working fires. But there is some uncertainty about the full realm of the RIT duties on the fire scene so for now it is basically 2 men on a hose.
Does any one have any SOP's or training info for RIT operations.
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09-26-2000, 02:19 PM #1ranger23Firehouse.com Guest
09-26-2000, 04:47 PM #2DustyFirehouse.com Guest
I'll be happy to email some of our SOP's and the portion of accredadation document dealing with rapid intervention teams
10-03-2000, 09:34 PM #3FiRsqDvr45Firehouse.com Guest
Try and get in touch with a Jim Crawford of Pittsburgh's Bureau of Fire. He is very helpful with the issue and very knowledgable. I think he goes by PBFTK13 on these boards.
FF/EMT Jay Ellingson
Madbury,NH VFD & FAST Squad &
New England Dragway Safety Team (Sundaaayy!)
10-11-2000, 09:46 PM #4smowenFirehouse.com Guest
We are too in the process of establishing our RIT team and would appreciate any recommendations/help anyone can give us. Thanks.
FF/EMT Scott M. Owen
Marshfield Fire and Rescue
10-17-2000, 10:34 PM #5PBFTRK33Firehouse.com Guest
I would be more than happy to assist anyone with information on Rapid Intervention Teams. If anyone is interested in contacting me email to PBFTRK33@aol.com
*Thank you Jay Ellingson of the Newington FD, NH
Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire
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