Thread: New RIT Team

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    Default New RIT Team

    Our department just received a FEMA grant which included equipment for a RIT team, - Thermal Imaging Camera, 2 Scott RIT Paks, 4 portable radios, K-12 Rescue Saw, Ropes/RIT bags and for RIT training. My question is since we are new on setting up a RIT team, what other equipment would we need. Also what training classes has anyone taking that would be beneficial. We usually use the Connecticut Fire Academy but would be interested in bringing an outside agency to teach RIT training. Any help would be great.
    Thanks Mark

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    Search around the forums'll find a few threads on this.

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