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Take the 1033 course at the OFC, the 921 doesn’t teach you anymore than that.
In Richmond Hill By-law deals with all parking tickets. Fire deals with issues regarding fire route signage and any other obstructions that are created.
Del, there is some good stuff here
We would require the sprinkler system to be maintained, if the owner didn’t want to do that he could take out a demolition/building permit to decommission/remove the sprinkler system.
Richmond Hill provides investigators with fitted bunker gear. It is of a lower quality than the gear issued to suppression staff but it works great for our needs.May 2, 2019 at 4:28 pm in reply to: Access Routes for Residential Developments with over 100 Units #10161
Ours is in an SOP, I will email you a copy Ben.
We usually have at least 2 at an event with more at larger ones.
I will send you our last posting Ben.
We use Nikon D3100. It works good for the job. I would suggest adding an external flash that can be hand held when needed.
In Richmond Hill we have no prevention staff on call. They used to call any of the 4 people on the Fire Investigation Unit to see who was available. There was no compensation for being on call other then overtime if called in, but there was no expectation to report if you were unavailable. That system didn’t work. We proposed having an on-call list that would cover 24/7/365, and the person on call would be compensated with one hour of overtime for every day on call. This proposal was refused by management. Now if it is determined that the FIU are required on a scene during non work hours 0700-1730 Monday to Friday ,the scene will have to be held until an FIU member reports during working hours.
Thanks for the replies. It’s appreciated.
Hopefully we get some more input.