I need a little help, but it is kind of specific. We have a junior program and have had one for 25 plus years now. We are looking to refine the program a little more. Right now our junior program is really laid back. No uniforms, nor scheduled training night, and more importantly no "uniformity". What I am looking for is any rules or SOP's for an organization that runs uniforms, scheduled weekly drill/meeting nights, physical training etc. I want something that to a point resembles a military organization, as far as respect and uniformity. Anyone have rules or a set-up or better yet SOP/SOG they can email me. I have a normal set of SOG's like most programs, but I am looking something geared more toward the military type of program. Also, any pros or cons people have found with this type of program. I need to jump start our program and get them in the correct mind set which I am afraid we are not doing now.
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02-08-2008, 03:52 AM #1
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02-08-2008, 07:23 AM #2
I'll try to send you all of our stuff later tonight. It sounds like what you are looking for.------------------------------------
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02-08-2008, 12:24 PM #3
02-18-2008, 01:11 PM #4
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We are re-doing our by-laws also. If you can I would like copies of your by-laws also.
02-22-2008, 09:59 PM #5
For uniforms...we wear Black EMT Pants, a black belt, and a white polo shirt (tucked in ). We also have a little ID card that says "OBSERVER" which we wear.
We are not allowed to stay after 2200 because Firefighters want to sleep
Rules are pretty much a given:
1. Show disrepect and a bad attitude and you are off the truck
2. Don't use "bad" words even if the Firefighters/EMT's do
3. Don't smoke
4. Listen to the lead FF or lead EMT
5. Shut your mouth when it comes to pt. information (aka HIPAA)
you get the point.
I normally bring something to do like a book, homework, or something to study. You dont want to be sitting there for 15 hours counting how many cars pass by.
Thats all I can think of right now. Hope I helped a little
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