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Old 04-27-2006, 12:52 PM   #1
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Fire extinguisher training.

As part of management in the camp where I am at, I have to coordinate training classes, kitchen safety, health and welfare, and tonight we had fire extinguisher training with our own Camp Rustimayah Fire Dept. It was cool to see the Pakistanis and Indian workers try to put out the fire.
The next training class will be on bunker safety and accountability drills. We have had some mortars so this training is kinda neccessary.
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just took mask and S.C.B.A. (self contained breathing appperatus) training yesterday........scary how easy the class was, and yet i'll be in life/death environment.
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Cool Pics--
Have you ever noticed how at schools/office buildings, alot of the times the fire extinguisher pin is held in by an additional plastic guard or ziptie like thing?
It's like..."Ok, there's a fire...let me get the fire extingui ...I gotta go get the scissors so I can cut this ziptie off...ok now let me pull it out, grab the pin, pull that out....aim towards base of OH I'M IN FLAMES!!"
LOL...Just seems like it would take way too long, wtf is up with the plastic ? (btw...it's too hard to just pull/break--AND it doesn't sany anything about it in the "instructions")
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just took mask and S.C.B.A. (self contained breathing appperatus) training yesterday........scary how easy the class was, and yet i'll be in life/death environment.
Right on that. When I had NBC (Nuclear , Biological, Chemical ) suit training it was scary how fast you had to be able to suit up and in a matter of seconds it could be too late. Refresher couse is this May and it sucks to be fully suited up outside in 110 degree weather.
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you will be working around the most deadly chem. used by man, it's killed more people then any other chem. but your working in the safest plant............lol
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