Drill of the Week: Special Training Schedule

By Forest ReederThis schedule of topics should really help round out your training schedule for the next year. After completing a training needs assessment on these subject areas, you can easily find and develop hours of meaningful training subjects that will make a difference in safety and survival and how your department is able to respond to emergencies.This listing covers a quarterly fill-in subject schedule of firefighter survival training, technical rescue support training, hazmat operations, and vehicle rescue operations training. After you factor those in, consider some of the seldom-touched-on subjects listed as special fire suppression topics and make sure all of your members ca...

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