Inside of San Francisco Fire Department’s Mass Casualty Transport [2592 x 1944]

Inside of San Francisco Fire Department's Mass Casualty Transport [2592 x 1944] submitted by /u/Punani_Punisher
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USDA Forest Service Drug Test Question.

Hello,

I Just received my tentative selection notice over email for a wildland firefighting position. I am wondering roughly how long from the point that I turn in the declaration of federal employment to the point where they will contact me for a drug test will be.

Thanks

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Any firefighters willing to be interviewed?

Hi guys! I'm an industrial design student at CCA and for my next project I need to design a lighting object for firefighters. I'd love to interview a few people who have had the experience firefighting to get me some insights! Videochat is preferred, but e-mail or text is fine as well. Thank you!

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Question about firefighting

So I am watching Chicago Fire. I know that a series might not be that accurate. But when they fight a fire the only use water when everybody left the building.

Is this because the water which would be poured over the fire would evaporate and further attack the lungs?

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Future Nuclear sailor interested in firefighting.

So at the moment I'm in the Delayed entry program for the United States Navy, I've signed up for a job related to nuclear energy, I'll most likely be a reactor operator. The job I have chosen is hard work, I'll be studying for two years before I can even start working on aircraft carriers. What I'm wondering is if I should choose a different job if I want to be a fire fighter one day.

I'll get basic EMT and Fire fighting training during bootcamp, but I know for a fact that some navy jobs are specifically firefighting. If I were to switch jobs, I'd need to do it within the next month. If I were to land the specific firefighting job, I'd be missing out on a 12,000$ signing bonus, and I'd start off at the lowest pay grade ( E1, roughly 18k a year after taxes) as opposed to E3(24k a year after taxes) which is a bonus for the nuke program.

If I choose to do the nuclear program, I'll be 26 when I get out of the navy, not 24 (which would be my age if I choose firefighting instead). With my current Navy job I'll have a lot of good opportunities, but I'm not sure if choosing it is going to take away the opportunity to become a firefighter one day. Any input helps :-)!

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Any firefighters willing to be interviewed? recarga y mantenimiento de extintores

Hi guys! I'm an industrial design student at CCA and for my next project I need to design a lighting object for firefighters. I'd love to interview a few people who have had the experience firefighting to get me some insights! Videochat is preferred, but e-mail or text is fine as well. Thank you!

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Opinions on the pay difference in EMS versus Fire? recarga y mantenimiento de extintores

Hey, so I'm an EMT from /r/EMS. We recently have been discussing the pay differences from EMT's to Firefighters. What is y'alls take on it? Why should/do firefighters get paid significantly more than EMS workers? I'm not taking your job foregranted, just a generally curious question.

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(Mostly all of thier calls are grass fires during the summer, and MVCs. They show up on some of our medical calls complaining that we interrupted thier movie, breakfast, etc. and we've been busy with multiple calls all morning. I've only done a few clinicals but i experienced this first hand on every one, and the medics Ive been with say that's how it is all the time.)

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