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By Gregory Jakubowski and Michael Morton
This manual will guide you through the regulations and standards that apply to rapid intervention, give you options for implementation and dispatch of rapid intervention units, provide equipment lists for rapid intervention work, show how work can be performed using existing equipment and training, and explain how a two-team concept can provide the resources for most rescue situations.
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This instructor's package is designed to prepare firefighters for operations-level RIT duties. It combines both Awareness- and Operations-Level training for participants who have minimal experience in RIT work. It can be adapted to be utilized for students with various levels of RIT experience. The information is designed to be presented in a 16- to 20-hour format, and it includes slides in a PowerPoint® format incorporating video clips in 12 lessons that can be customized by instructors to take into account local situations.
The information also provides several suggested variations for scheduling the program and working around the availability of hands-on training venues. Departments with ready access to hands-on facilities can integrate hands-on training with classroom training, while those that do not can combine all of their hands-on training in a single 8-hour period.
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