Training is about learning new skills and certifying the ability to perform them to a given standard. Section 1 begins with a one-year outline for training officers. Section 2 follows with a table of listings for each outline given in the book, indicating whether the drill is inside or outside and the preparation time needed for it. Section 3 consists of general guidelines for the training officer on how to conduct drills in a safe but effective manner. Section 4 contains the outlines of the various drills that should be conducted. They can be customized and altered, but the basic concept will provide you with a solid place to start. The safety of the members is paramount. Follow all safety precautions and conduct the drills in accordance with standards and company policies.... engine races, the blade will start turning. (b) Use FDNY practice to move a running saw around a turn it like a wheelbarrow. ... Chain-Type Saws Check the operatora#39;s manual for your particular saw. Generally, the chain shouldna#39;t have anyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Volunteer Training Drills|
|Author||:||Howard A. Chatterton|
|Publisher||:||PennWell Books - 1998-01-01|