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October 15, 2020 | View as webpage
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In this month's eNews, Mark van der Feyst explains the steps to take to avoid a dangerous apparatus rollaway. Also, Robert Avsec highlights top considerations for apparatus committees developing new pumper specs.

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FEATURED CONTENT
Speccing a new pumper: Where to begin – Part 2
By Robert Avsec 
Guidance for an apparatus committee charged with developing specifications for a new pumper
Truck check troubles: Tips to avoid apparatus rollaway during this essential task
By Mark van der Feyst 
Using the right wheel chocks on a flat surface goes a long way to reducing risk
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
More tips on how to become a great pump operator
By Robert Avsec 
It’s important to know your response area and its target hazards and have a command of water supply issues
Apparatus accidents, mistakes and bad decisions
By Linda Willing 
Investigate incidents that damage fire equipment or apparatus before disciplining those involved
Ladder pipe operations: Best practices for firefighters
By Chris DelBello 
Understanding how to flow water from the tip, charge the pipe and stay safe
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