1. Responds to actual or potential fires or emergencies by driving fire vehicle to site of fire or emergency, operates fire vehicles turrets,hoses, and nozzles to suppress the fire.
2. Performs rescue operations, using equipment such as breathing apparatus, entry tools, blowers protective clothing, and ladders to gainaccess to accident victims.
3. Evaluates injuries, treats when possible, and removes victim to safe locations.
4. Regularly checks all mechanical, hydraulic, and powered entry tools for proper operation.
5. Maintains breathing apparatus in an operational; condition by recharging air canisters and replacing filters after each use.
6. Replenished water and agent tanks.
7. Start each vehicle daily checks for proper operation of engine, transmission drive train, pumps and hydraulic system.
8. Checks fuels, oil and water levels and pressures and takes corrective actions if necessary.
9. Lubricants hose connectors, reels turrets, valves and other moving parts.
10. Reports vehicles and equipment operational discrepancies.