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  • res7cue
    Guest replied
    While my station does operate any type of aerial device, we do have a mutual aid dept that operates a 105' w/ pump.

    When they first placed it in service, this was a major concern. Do they perform truck or engine co op's. There are a few areas that their ladder truck could be the first unit on scene and it was address quickly by the following;

    They DO NOT PERFORM SUPPRESSION ACTIVITIES UNLESS;

    1. There is an immediate life/ rescue situation that would require them to perform suppression activities.

    2. The first in engine is delayed for whatever reason.

    Within a week of this SOP, there was an incident where the ladder was first on scene of a working fire, w/o civilian life/ safety concerns, the ladder started their ops and the engine arrived 1 minute later and they started suppression activities and the entire operation was TEXTBOOK.

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  • SFD-129-3
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    Isn't the quint concept regarding trucks with pump/tank/hose?

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  • Capt. Joe Newsome
    Guest started a topic SOP's for Truck Companies with Pump/Tank

    SOP's for Truck Companies with Pump/Tank

    Looking for comments and SOP's from Fire Departments that are currently using truck companies with pump/tank/hose capabilities. Not interested in quint concept. Procedures in arriving first, who completes truck work?,when to lay hose lines, etc.

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