NFPA 1410 Evolution 8: Engine Mounted Master Stream

training scenario created by IncidentSmart

Description

In this evolution your engine company will secure a hydrant, perform a forward lay, and then operate the engine mounted master stream device. This evolution is complete when 500 GPM is flowing from the engine mounted master stream, the recommended completion time for this evolution is 3 minutes.

1. Stage

Stage apparatus away from the water source and the fire scene.

2. Engine to Water Source

The engine should proceed to the water source. Time starts when the engine stops at the water source. Supply lines should be removed from the apparatus, wrapped around the water source, and secured. When the lines are secured the apparatus should be signaled to proceed to the fire scene. The firefighter at the water source should then work to secure the water source to supply the engine.

3. Engine to Fire Scene

The engine should proceed to the fire scene. The engine mounted master stream should be deployed, and flowed at the required rate and pressure. The supply lines from the water source should be connected to the engine's intakes, and the engine supplied by the water source. This evolution is complete when a water source is established and the master stream device is flowing at the required rate and pressure.

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