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Why is Rapid Intervention Training more important than ever before?


In today's fire service the dangers to those responding are increasing. This increase is caused by many facets including lightweight building construction, reduced staffing in the Career and Volunteer sector, and the lack of available money for extensive training.
 

REDUCED STAFFING = INCREASED RISK
 

Because of these and other factors we need to provide better training to our departments in the Rapid Intervention discipline. It is these skills that can make a difference if a firefighter is trapped, lost or injured.

 

Our objectives are:

  • One standard system of techniques taught

  • The ability to staff RIT Teams with members from different departments as they will now have the same identical training

  • Create standardize basic equipment needs

  • Ensure that qualified firefighters are staffing the RIT teams

  • Develop a system that allows us to initially work within our staffing levels

  • Build a passion within the Fire Service for Rapid Intervention training.

     

To achieve these goals we offer 3 levels of RIT Training plus a RIT Command Program

 
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