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Don't have wood or metal to cut; there is always somewhere to DRAW! This prop will assist in teaching different cut techniques w/o the mess and noise.
    One of the simplest and most advantage ous modifications to a Halligan Bar is to GAP the forks. Gapping the forks of the halligan makes a conventional forcible entry tool  into a THRU-THE-LOCK tool.   Thru-the-Knob Technique: This technique is based on using leverage to force the knob off from the knob assembly. This is acco
What are your concerns with combustible storage? What tactics would you use to handle an exterior fire at this facility?
As we welcome in the New Year we see new leaders & members enter into the emergency services field. Our wish & hope is for a safe New Year to all.
What are you concerns with this door and maybe what's behind it? When your in buildings it is important to watch out for things that are out of the ordinary that may cause issues for us during a fire.
Q-Decking & Metal Bar-joist Trusses are not just found in commercial buildings. This residential structure has truss construction with metal Q-decking that is usually found on the roof of Type 2 Non & Limited Combustible Constructed Building. This is the floor to a residential garage which is part of a house that is being constructed. There are hid
Members of the Madison, Florham Park, Hanover, & East Hanover Police Dept. Emergency Services Unit (ESU) trained in Thru-the-Lock & Conventional Forcible Entry.
Our job is physically and mentally demanding. What are you doing to keep yourself fit for duty? What helps you to stay motivated to workout?
We are looking forward to training hard and passing the knowledge along.
For all that know do not know Jimm, he was the creater of and is a District Chief in Winter Park FD in FL. He had a major medical emergency and is recovering at this time. Jimm has had a major impact on my fire service carrer as a friend and mentor. Please take a moment and send him your well wishes on his facebook pages, Jimm W
Can you name some life safety concerns for both civilians and firefighters?
Check out our demonstration of forcing our Door Knob Prop.
Getting to see all sides of the incident is crucial for making strategic & tactical objectives. Getting the 380 degree view will greatly assist in making command decisions. Ask me about the 380 at or find out about it yourself at
Here is 1 example of making life easier for us. What other examples do you have that make our jobs easier? Share here and we will re-post & share on social media.
Know the hazards of Building Materials and How they are Constructed. How would the bricks come down for a veneer?
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