DRILLGROUND 

Spring Drillgrounds run March 1-June 30

Fall Drillgrounds run Sept. 1-Nov. 30 

New Burn Building Suggested Scenario Guidelines

Drillground Request Form 


 2019 DRILLGROUND SCHEDULE as of 5-7-19

SCHEDULE NOW FULL.  ACCEPTING NO OTHER SPRING APPLICATIONS
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 If your Department has a roof prop session scheduled, PLEASE ensure some saw use and safety familiarization is conducted before the drill.  If your members have never operated the saw or for a long time, it is wise to do this beforehand.  The prop is not the place to teach someone how to hold the saw or start it.  Please stress that a running saw should NEVER be lifted any more than 6" above the roof deck.  We are seeing many safety issues with this.  We have provided a power saw safety guideline to use for discussion before your drill so your experience here is productive. 

Power Saw Safety Guidelines 

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Be advised

If you are scheduled for a roof prop drill this year.

You can only send 10 people to a vent prop drill. Please do not bring more

This is to ensure everyone attending gets to do cuts

The prop is not designed to accommodate too many at one time

We allow you to add other evolutions in case we get to them or can do them simultaneously

With a minimum amount of people, we should be able to cover both

Thanks for your cooperation

Be Reminded also -- 6 sheets of 4' x 8' sheets of plywood must be provided by the Department

 

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DRILL GROUND GUIDELINES

PLEASE BE READY TO START AT 7 PM

The Department Training Officer / Coordinator should arrive early to liaison with Academy Staff regarding scheduled training evolutions.


ALL NIGHT DRILL GROUNDS WILL HAVE A HARD STOP at 9:15 p.m.

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