Presentation on theme: "35 FOOT LADDER 3 PERSON. LOCATION Butt Firefighter pulls out the ladder."— Presentation transcript:
35 FOOT LADDER 3 PERSON
Butt Firefighter pulls out the ladder
Firefighter continues to pull the ladder from between the 2 nd and 3 rd rung 2 nd rung 3 rd Rung 2 nd Rung
2nd Firefighter tells first Firefighter when the ladder is half way out. Butt Firefighter continues to pull
3rd Firefighter takes control of the ladder between the 2nd and 3rd rung at the tip of the ladder. 2 nd Rung - 3 rd Rung from the Tip
Ladder is carried high shoulder 2 nd Rung 3 rd Rung 3 rd Rung 2 nd Rung Butt of Ladder Center of ladder
Make sure others know you are carrying a ladder by saying Ladder coming through!
Firefighter at butt must make sure it is safe to throw the ladder by checking for overhead obstructions and saying Clear above
Butt firefighter instructs the 3 rd (the Firefighter at the tip) to move towards The center by stating - Tip man to the Center Both at center
Butt Firefighter lowers the ladder to arms length. As the firefighter approaches the desired spot, he/she states raise FF at the butt lowers the ladder to arms length in preparation for throwing the ladder.
2 nd and 3 rd Firefighters place their hands on the beams as shown to assist in raising the ladder Hand on the beam
Ladder is placed on the ground when Ladder is stated and FF prepares to foot the ladder.
Butt Firefighter steps onto rungs with both feet and also grasps rungs with hands.
2 nd and 3 rd Firefighters push up the ladder with hands on the beam
2 nd and 3 rd firefighters continue to push the ladder up until the ladder is vertical, Butt Firefighter steps off to help support the ladder
Firefighter on the left (3 rd ) moves to the beam to help stabilize the ladder X Ladder is footed as shown
2 nd Firefighter prepares to raise the ladder, stating Fingers and Toes!-Extending Fly Hands Flat on beams All body parts clear of ladder Thumbs Down
Ladder is extended to appropriate height, then Dogs must be check to ensure that they are locked and state Dogs Locked!
2 nd and 3 rd Firefighters prepares to lower the Ladder into the building by placing their Inside foot onto the rung, Butt Firefighter steps backward. 2 nd Firefighter states Lower ladder – Into building Inside foot Outside foot
2 nd and 3 rd Firefighters, with feet on the rungs, lower the ladder and count out the last 3 feet as the ladder comes into the building
One Firefighter looks up while the other looks down as the ladder is step out or in as necessary. Look Up Look Down Only move the distance between your feet
2 nd Firefighter checks for 4 points of contact and for proper climbing angle 90 Deg
Tie off halyard with Bangor knot
5 rungs above the roof Butt Firefighter foots the ladder and does not look up to avoid falling debris
Do not look up, falling debris will hit you, and you will not be protected by your helmet.
Firefighters step the ladder in to increase the angle. This makes it easer to remove the ladder from the building
2 nd and 3 rd Firefighters place inside foot on the rung and hands on the rungs. Butt Firefighter places both hands on the beam to push away – Remove ladder from building Inside foot
Firefighters get the ladder vertical. 2 nd Firefighter states Ladder Vertical! Firefighter on the left (3 rd ) goes to the beam
Firefighters foot the ladder
2 nd Firefighter prepares to lower the Ladder by grasping the halyard, stating Fingers and Toes! Retracting Fly! Hands are flat on the beams not wrapped around them. This is done incase the ladder comes down uncontrolled
2 nd firefighter makes sure Dogs are Locked
Butt Firefighter states - Lower Ladder 2 nd and 3 rd Firefighter makes sure it is safe for the ladder to come down and states - Ladder coming Down!
Butt Firefighter gets on the bottom rung to counter balance the ladder
Firefighters lower the ladder until they get to the center, then let ladder rest on their shoulders
Butt firefighter steps off ladder and Positions him/her self on the side of the ladder facing the butt.
Butt firefighter stands, lifting the ladder. Once standing PIVOT under the ladder.
2 nd and 3 rd Firefighters reverse to direction of travel