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How to use the Petzl GriGri

All Hands Fire Equipment is an authorized Petzl dealer, and also an authorized trainer for some Petzl products such as the Petzl EXO and EXO-AP. Training at height can be dangerous and all students should be properly belayed. One device that is commonly used to belay students is the Petzl GRIGRI. This device is an assisted …

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New CMC LEVR Escape Systems will soon be available

At FDIC 2018, CMC Rescue introduced their new escape system – the LEVR The LEVR is a firefighter escape system that can be used by firefighters should they become caught or trapped on an upper floor in untenable conditions. The LEVR has been designed for quick and easy deployment, as well as smooth horizontal movement …

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Firefighters Perform Daring Rescue and Second Floor Bailout in Oregon

  Clackamas County firefighters performed a daring rescue and second floor escape system bailout in the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 6, 2017. At 3:46 am, Clackamas Fire District 1 responded to a residential fire in Happy Valley.  First arriving units were advised that a female was trapped inside the residence on the second …

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Fire Officer Development Training Class announced for Fall 2017

  All Hands Fire Training has announced a new program that is scheduled to be delivered starting in September – Fire Officer Development training. “For years we have been asked to put together an Officer’s Training Program, given our roster of diverse and experienced instructors”, said Donald Colarusso, President of All Hands Fire.  “A great …

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Schedule your Water Rescue Training for Fall 2017

Fall is generally an advantageous time of year to schedule, participate in, and practice Water Rescue Training in New Jersey and its surrounding areas. The water levels are usually sufficient and dependable, while the weather remains cool and accommodating. Many Fire, Police, and EMS agencies are responsible for water rescue in their communities. These skills …

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Gemtor Harness: Information about the most widely used fire-rescue harness available

Many of today’s firefighters are now equipped with a NFPA 1983 rated Class II rescue harness. Harnesses have become an essential tool for firefighters, facilitating the use of a Personal Escape System, use with various firefighter rescue maneuvers, positioning when working at height, and more. NFPA 1983, 3.3.40 defines a Life Safety Harness as, “An …

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Important Tips When Purchasing Firefighter Escape Systems

Firefighter Escape Systems continue to be a much sought after item for firefighters and fire departments. With many options and different configurations, those researching and purchasing these rope bailout systems need to do their research, ask the right questions and ensure that they are getting both what they want and what works for their present …

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Man vs. Machine Training held at All Hands Fire Training Center

On May 20, 2017, All Hands Fire Equipment & Training hosted Man vs. Machine Rescue training class. This is the same class that  is presented annually at the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) and at fire department’s throughout the country. The Man vs. Machine class was presented in cooperation with P.L. Vulcan Training Concepts, based in …

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Firefighters attend Mayday Survival Training

All Hands Fire Equipment & Training presented Firefighter Survival Training at their indoor Training Center in Neptune City, New Jersey on April 19, 20 and 22, 2017. The sold out class was attended by firefighters from both Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Day #1 was a classroom session which covered Situational Awareness and actions a firefighter …

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FDNY Firefighter Deploys Personal Escape System at Queens Fire

March 5, 2017:  Ropes used by FDNY members saved multiple lives today, in Brooklyn and also at a 7-alarm fire in Queens. “I was searching the rear bedroom when the fire flashed over me. I had about ten seconds to put it on and get out the window,” says FDNY Firefighter Charles Flohr, Ladder 143, …

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