Using thermal imagining cameras, firefighters are to enter a structure with little visibility and locate a trapped victim, or item in this Firefighter Search and Rescue Drill from FRNSW 205 Armidale and 475 Uralla.
Firefighting drills submitted by firefighters from all over Australia.
This is a great way to familiarise new members to the appliance and the equipment onboard. It can also be used as a problem-solving drill to get firefighters to construct a water source capable of being pumped from.
This drill is about communications and working together as a team. It’s about giving clear instructions, but also clarification if instructions are unclear.
A rescue drill to think outside the box. Don’t just jump straight to the shears – think outside the box to free your trapped victim.
A drill to enable firefighters to gain experience and confidence using a small cache of power cutting and entry tools using old roller doors.
The Cleveland Load is a method of packing or preparing a fire hose that allows it to be rapidly charged and deployed in a tight space without the need to bowl or stretch the line of hose and without creating kinks in it.