Engine Company Drill #3: Two Engines, Two Hydrants

By Dan Curran on September 29, 2014

Engine Company Drill #3: Two Engines, Two Hydrants

The third article in our Engine Company Drills series. In this training scenario, from NFPA 1410: Standard for Training for Initial Emergency Scene Operations.

Download the attached PDF and use it to run a full training evolution for your fire department.

In this evolution you will have two engines secure two different water sources. The first engine will take an attack line off of itself, while the second engine will advance a backup line off of it.

Download Engine Company Drill #3: Two Engines, Two Hydrants and use it for your next training session.

Two engines securing two different hydrants

Also check out our past posts in this series.

  1. Engine Company Drill #1: Forward Lay
  2. Engine Company Drill #2: Reverse Lay

Tags: training, training scenario, engine company drill, fire hydrant

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