5 Amazing Tools Every Firefighter Must Have

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  1. sajid hussain says:

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  6. grahamcracker62 says:

    as someone who has used it, that hurst edraulic strongarm is absolutely useless. If you need to force a door, use a halligan, if you need it for vehicle extrication, use a regular cutter or spreader. When something is a jack of all trades, its a master at none.

  7. Diory N says:

    One intangible invisible all-powerful "tool" a ff ideally should also possess is GUTS.
    Courage and determination are common- they use it everyday; but one thing stands out among the rest.. guts – a totally free "tool" in its rarity.

  8. JB91710 says:

    My five tools that every fire fighter needs.

    1. The ability to Think.
    2. A strong work ethic.
    3. Knowing what their responsibilities are. "Stop the threat as fast and safe as possible while using the least amount of water."
    4. Knowing that Protecting victims comes before trying to rescue them as protection can happen faster than rescue by eliminating the threat from outside.
    5. Knowing that climbing on the roof of a burning building to cut holes to improve interior conditions is ridiculous. Open a window at the fire room and apply water.

  9. Micsmit 45 says:

    Flashlight: standard equipment
    Leatherman: not useful for all firefighters around the globe
    Harness: also not useful for all firefighters as in some countries something similar to it is integrated into the jacket. Same goes for that other thing which is standard with units that are meant to go to high up places (not every firefighter around the globe is trained to do so)
    Strongarm: useless if you have a bolt cutter or keys to all the big compounds in your jurisdiction.
    All in all none of these are a must have as they are either standard or just not all that useful.

  10. Adam Brady says:

    I delivered a baby then circumsized him with my Raptor Shears by Leatherman. Thank God I had my Streamilght Survivor flashlight to guide me through it. It was pretty dark. Afterward I repelled from the scene and woke up in my bunk. LOL !

  11. MedicOne says:

    Title should be “5 things that some rich person should buy for their department”.I’ll say that the LED version of the survivor light is better than the halogen version, but A light is better than NO light. As for the other stuff…..meh. The shears are neat having an O2 wrench in them but other than being able to cut rolled gauze, my disposable shears do all of the same stuff. I’ll take a spring loaded punch any day over a manual punch and most seatbelt cutters are basically worthless from my experiences. The harness is cool for rescue. The petzl harness is neat but probably impractical for most departments. The one use I could see for it is districts with a lot of townhouses or dormers in their district.

  12. njdevfan69 says:

    After 30 years of professional firefighting, here are the 4 things I've found you need:

    1. Water
    2. A bucket
    3. Time
    4. A good work ethic

    All fires and most incidents can be mitigated given just these.

  13. Caroni100 says:

    "The real heroes do not wear tight suits, they do not imitate spiders or bats, they can not fly. And sometimes they die trying to do it!"

    A phrase about firefighters. Best regards from Venezuela.

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