What's the current thought on switching from the 30 minute cylinders to the 45 minute. Like, not like, Good like More air, Too Heavy, was the department retrained when they were implemented or was there just a switch?
Who completes the "Run Reports" for runs?
ex: Engine 999 goes to a car fire with Ladder 888. Who does the report about the incident?
I hear alot of times "foward the particulars to the battalion"
Is there any true to the stories we here around the firehouse as to the closing of Engine 232.
1. They closed the company on Superbowl sunday?
2. They called E232 to HQ and took their Engine while the company was inside HQ.
Just rumors I guess but would like to know the real story.
Are these new Rescue Medic Ambulances assigned to specific EMS Battalions and still respond as a normal ALS unit when not assigned to 10-60's. Or are these Rescue Medics assigned to EMSSOC and have no assigned area and roam the city. Basically, how do they respond and where are they assigned.