Charts & Documents

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PUMP OPERATORS DOCUMENTS

Tank Flow times2

T6 Ladder Angle

T6 Horizontal Reach

T6 FL Chart

T6 Aerial Flows

SB.FireStreamReach

Ponns.frictionloss.chart

operator.instructions.chief.nozzles

Friction Loss Chart Fort Walton BeachE7.EXCEL.SPREDSHEET

E6-E7 FL Chart

DOC_SB-GPM-pressure

DOC_Rule of ThumbFL Chart

DOC_hydrantFlows,2 .5&4.5

DOC_Friction Loss Fire Hose

DOC_Drafting reference

DOC_Hydrant drop %

ENGINE OPERATIONS-Optimal Flows

ORLANDO FIRE CONFERENCE 2014_2

COMPANY OFFICERS DOCUMENTS

Company standard and expectancies. Capt Stone

A Watch 2013 Apparatus, Gear & Uniform Inspection

Rules of Engagement Daily Responsibilities

Rules of Engagement Apparatus Checks

Operational Expectations

Operational Expectations Worksheet

Captains Daily Agenda[1]

C watch Officers Meeting

Basic Bunker Gear Inspection Guidelines

A-Watch Operational Expectations for 0700-0900

A-Watch Expectations on Fires

Daily_Agenda Form

Daily review

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  2. Hello, I had a quick question regarding fire streams. Our department is moving toward low pressure nozzles such as smooth bores and 50 psi fog nozzles. While drilling I overheard an officer stating that 150 gpm is a lot of water and as a result may be too much to handle on an interior attack. Also it would be “blowing apart drywall “.

    My question is how do you refute/ diffuse these comments and views? I support the higher flows, my answer was simply ” who cares about drywall”, but I was wondering if you have some other sources I could quote in the future.

    Thanks for your help

    Nick

  3. You don’t know me at all but I was born at Baptist Hospital there in Pensacola back in ’82. I am now living in North west Georgia and have been in the fire service for the last 9 years. Thank you for the work you have put in to developing yourself and others. I just wanted to say thank you for the work you’ve done that has been a part of my learning and development as I continue my own study of this service and mentoring of those with me.

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