Drill Of The Week: Company Level Drill - Hose Advancement

05/15/2006
Brought to You by the SUFD Fire AcademyNFPA 1500 (2002 edition) calls for the establishment of an annual proficiency evaluation for all members of the department. These proficiencies are to be determined and established by each jurisdiction and are specific to each job position within the department. Once established, each member will be responsible for maintaining these skill levels. Annual evaluations will be conducted to validate the ability to perform these skills. These evaluations are designed to validate competency in basic skill levels as well as identify opportunities for training at both the individual and company level.This week's drill involves the following knowledge/skills: ...

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