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    Default Emergency bailout.

    I have recently been given a task of trying to put together an emergency bailout program together for our department. Does anybody have any sample SOP's for us to use. Thank you. Brent. brenth@boringfire.com


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    What do you mean by emergency bailout?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFox0457 View Post
    What do you mean by emergency bailout?
    I would say like rope bailouts, ladder bailouts maybe some wall breaching. FIREFIGHTER SURVIVAL stuff (this type of training everybody should have NO excuses). If thats what you want we can explain it to you.

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    Sorry, I forgot to put this on also go to www.rapidintervention.com

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    Here is a good article on bailout systems http://www.1strespondernews.com/webp...4-a97d059e072e

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    Look on youtube under R.I.T. and firefighter training.

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    just a recommendation...

    train them on how NOT to get into trouble

    Useful is smoke reading, flashover identification, and alot of building construction.
    Not to mention your engine and truck tactical training too.

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    Firefighter Safety and Survival great class to take regarding all of this stuff
    it's sorta like "smoke divers" was

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffmedcbk1 View Post
    just a recommendation...

    train them on how NOT to get into trouble

    Useful is smoke reading, flashover identification, and alot of building construction.
    Not to mention your engine and truck tactical training too.
    I agree with this statement 130%
    I believe them bones are me. Some say we are born into the grave. I feel so alone, gonna end up a big ol' pile a them bones

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    I agree with this statement 130%


    I don't disagree with this philosophy, either. However, we still need to teach these other self-rescue techniques. They are just as important as learning to read the conditions of fire.
    It would be negligent to not teach a firefighter how to self-rescue, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasper45 View Post
    I don't disagree with this philosophy, either. However, we still need to teach these other self-rescue techniques. They are just as important as learning to read the conditions of fire.
    It would be negligent to not teach a firefighter how to self-rescue, as well.
    Sorry, I didn't want to negate the original thought on the thread. Sometimes I think we get so intrenched in the reactionary mind-frame that we forget about being proactive.
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