Raul Angulo Offers More Innovative Drills and Training

FDIC Instructor Raul Angulo
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Recently retired Seattle (WA) Captain Raul Angulo shared some more unique training scenarios in his Tuesday workshop, “More Drills You’re Not Going to Find In the Books.” Speaking to a full room, Angulo described various drills his company undertook to train on specific fire and rescue scenarios—such as a worker with his foot crushed in a steel-toe boot, an extremely long stretch in an nonsprinklered facility, and bridge jumper rescue scenarios (see video above).

Angulo, a longtime Seattle firefighter with 38 years of experience in the fire service, is a columnist for Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment magazine and a training drill contributor to the Fire Engineering Web site.

More Drills from Raul Angulo:

Elevator and Stairwell Identification Drill

Roll-up Doors — In or Out? Drill

Tiller Tape, Stripes, Markers and Other Uses for Tape


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