Engine Company Drill #6: Portable Water Supply

By Dan Curran on November 03, 2014

Engine Company Drill #6: Portable Water Supply

Another installment in our Engine Company Drills series. In this training scenario, from NFPA 1410: Standard for Training for Initial Emergency Scene Operations, we show an engine deploying attack and backup lines while drafting from a portable water supply. A water supply apparatus is responsible for maintaining water supply for 30 minutes of fire attack.

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

Download Engine Company Drill #6: Portable Water Supply and use it for your next training session.

Also check out our past posts in this series.

  1. Engine Company Drill #1: Forward Lay
  2. Engine Company Drill #2: Reverse Lay
  3. Engine Company Drill #3: Two Engines, Two Hydrants
  4. Engine Company Drill #4: The Gated Wye
  5. Engine Company Drill #5: Drafting with Two Engines

Tags: training, training scenario, engine company drill, portable water supply

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