Rapid Intervention Team Rit Firefighter Rescue
Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) is an interactive learning and training program for individuals who are interested in becoming fire fighters. Rapid Intervention Team offers a combination of firefighting techniques and education to individuals interested in becoming a firefighter. Through the process, one will learn how to conduct themselves in stressful situations, and what steps need to be taken when there are no apparent signs of extinguishing a fire. In addition, students will also receive instruction on how to conduct a rescue, how to use a fire extinguisher properly, and basic first aid techniques.
Rapid Intervention Team was developed through the cooperation of the American Red Cross and the New York State Fire Administration to train current and future fire fighters in the art of conducting rescues in emergency situations. Rapid Intervention is offered in two forms: via the internet and via a real life classroom. The online course is more flexible than the normal classroom training process since it can be taken at any time of the day or night. There are also a number of live classes that are offered at local fire departments during scheduled times.
The Rapid Intervention Team was created to help give fire fighters the tools, knowledge, and skills they need to effectively save lives and to keep the public informed on the latest happenings within their communities. Rapid Intervention has become a tool that is being used in many different capacities by both public safety officials and firefighters. Rapid Intervention has been featured in many popular television shows including 24, Burn Proof Guy, Men in Black II, Smallville, Chuck and Buck, ER, Chuck and Buck, The Shield, CSI, and The Mentalist. Rapid Intervention also serves as a training facility for new recruits who want to deepen their understanding of emergency protocol and firefighting tactics. In addition, RIT also provides free educational seminars, conducts trainings for organizations such as the American Heart Association and the Communication Skills Training Academy, and hosts a Rapid Intervention Guidebook.
On a recent episode of Burn Notice, “Burn Notice,” which was scheduled to air on Thursday, April 4th, Tom Selleck (actor; “Laguna Beach,” “The Perfect Score,” and “The Hangover”), played the role of a rapid intervention team leader for the second time. In the episode, Selleck had gotten the call from an apartment dweller who was worried about a fire after discovering smoke and carbon monoxide inside his unit. As Selleck went to assess the situation, the resident’s son arrived home from school with his mother, telling him that his mother had called the police because she thought her son was playing video games when the fire broke out. Selleck then explained to the man that the smoke detectors in his apartment were set off because of carbon monoxide poisoning. After explaining the basics of fire safety, Selleck decided that the man should go with him to the customer service desk at her hersmiles store, where he could speak to a clerk about setting off the alarm.
Once there, Selleck assisted the customer in arming the smoke detectors, which automatically start sounding the siren and alerting the customer service staff, as well as calling the fire department. By speaking directly to the customer, Selleck was able to ensure that he knew that he had done the right thing by getting the necessary equipment and calling for help right away. This quick-fire, follow-up strategy makes sense when you think about it. The customer service representative has to be able to read people well and have a good rapport with them to make such quick judgments about whether or not something needs to be handled immediately. By using his quick-fire presence to make sure the customer knows that he did what he could to stop the fire before it reached dangerous levels, Selleck was able to keep people feeling calm and respectful even as he assessed the situation.
As a former emergency room doctor, I also know that often medical cases require urgent care from highly trained medical professionals. Such cases, such as heart attacks or broken limbs, can drain resources and lead to ineffective treatments and long delays in getting people better. Such errors can then in turn lead to lawsuits and lower staff morale and employee turnover. The best solution for such situations is to deploy a rapid intervention team. By making sure that every member of the Rapid Intervention Team is well trained and ready to act at any given time, the entire operation can run smoothly and get the job done more quickly than planned.
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