Pictures for the year of 2019

 
 

Recruit Training Class #5 – SCBA/PPE Classroom - February 14, 2019

Our new Firefighters reviewed Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in class this week.  Firefighters got familiar with weekly SCBA checks and learned the do’s and don’ts of their PPE gear.  Next class (Outdoor Practical) they will use their knowledge in the field, as live search and rescue practical scenarios will be conducted in our new Training Facility. (Photo's by Firefighter Steve Falconer)

Gas Investigation – North Main Street - February 5, 2019

Fire Company’s 1 and 2 responded with Engine 1 and 2, Squad 1 and Cars 1 and 2 to an odor of gas in a large commercial building with multiple occupancies, off of North Main Street.  Crews eventually found a stove burner left in the on position.  All occupancy’s were vented and customers allowed to return.  (Photo’s by Firefighter Steve Falconer)

Recruit Training Class #1 – Orientation/Accountability/Incident Command/Safety (Photo’s by Retired Chief Bill Harriman) - February 2, 2019

Our 2019 Recruit Class got off to a great start on Saturday with our new Recruits and the CFD Officers/Instructors getting to know each other on the first day of Recruit Training.  The next three months will be very intense as Deputy Eric Germaine makes the ground rules very clear.  During the first class, the new Recruits are given the Organizational Guidelines and taught Accountability, Safety and Incident Command by Captain Bob Telless and Assistant Deputy Chief Jesse Boyle.  Each...

Chief Officer Management Graduation – Massachusetts Fire Academy - January 31, 2019

A proud moment for our Department, and Assistant Deputy Boyle, as Jesse graduated from the Chief Officer Management course on Thursday. The course is the highest level management course offered by the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy. This 14-week program was developed in accordance with National Fire Protection Association standards for senior fire officers and is delivered jointly by the Edward J. Collins Jr. Center for Public Management at the University of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy. There is a large...

Plympton Fire Live Burn – Upland Road - January 18, 2019

Firefighters from Company 2 assisted Plympton Fire all day today covering their Town while they conducted a live burn training on an abandoned structure in their community. The crew from Engine 2 also got a chance to participate and sharpen their skills while on the detail. We also brought in a coverage crew here at Station 1 to staff the Engine and Tanker while so many Firefighters were out of Town. Thank you all! (Photo’s by Assistant Deputy Chief, Jesse...