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Old 09-30-2009, 00:32   #1
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What Jumpbag do you carry in your POV?!?!?

I got my bag from Galls. Don't see it on their website now. Has 4x4s, roller gauze, band-aids, et cetera.....
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Old 09-30-2009, 21:37   #2
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Old 10-01-2009, 09:42   #3
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For use on other people? Nothing. Now my Jeep does have a survival type kit that is pretty well stocked, mainly because I take it out for 2-3 days at a time in the middle of nowhere, but I don't stop for wrecks, and if someone needs help, that's why I carry a cellphone
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Old 10-01-2009, 15:18   #4
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Old 10-01-2009, 22:43   #5
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For use on other people? Nothing. Now my Jeep does have a survival type kit that is pretty well stocked, mainly because I take it out for 2-3 days at a time in the middle of nowhere, but I don't stop for wrecks, and if someone needs help, that's why I carry a cellphone
Same here. I've got my own survival/blow-out kit for me and anybody else with me but other than that I don't have anything!
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Old 10-02-2009, 18:36   #6
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I got my bag from Galls. Don't see it on their website now. Has 4x4s, roller gauze, band-aids, et cetera.....
By the time I put my turn out gear bag, SCBA Mask and rope bag in my single cab truck there is just enough room for me to get in it, no room for another bag but it is a good idea though.
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Old 10-03-2009, 14:03   #7
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By the time I put my turn out gear bag, SCBA Mask and rope bag in my single cab truck there is just enough room for me to get in it, no room for another bag but it is a good idea though.
Our department all gear stays at the station, except for chief officers. Everyone else goes to the station and responds by apparatus to ALL calls. And yes, I really HAVE had to drive by a worker to get to the station.....

In our EMS Council, we are covered as EMS providers if we stop to help at ANY scene within the region. They set it up that way because our Fire Training Captain and our Training Lieutenant in the County are Medics and our EMS training Captain is an EMTB. They drive County vehicles that are equipped within State guidelines for their level of training. The best solution arrived at by the Council was just to say ANY EMS provider from the Council is covered to provide assistance at a sceene ANYWHERE in the Region. {Six counties and six cities.} The caveat is that a CSEMS Region Agency MUST be dispatched for the call. I would be calling before I left the vehicle, or making sure some bystanders were. The other restriction is that the PROVIDER must be serving with good satanding with a CSEMS Region Agency, too.

Otherwise, in Virginia, we are only able to deliver BLS and Basic First Aid care.

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Our department all gear stays at the station, except for chief officers. Everyone else goes to the station and responds by apparatus to ALL calls. And yes, I really HAVE had to drive by a worker to get to the station.....
I know of several dept's. that work this way, our big problem is during the day, I am blessed with a job that allows me to leave work to answer calls but I don't always have the time it takes to go to the station and ride a truck, I would be gone much longer from work and that might get old to them, don't want to push my luck if you know what I mean.

Here lately it seems that only a few members will show up for day calls, all our upper officers have day jobs and day time calls are slim picking when it comes to getting any help.
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Old 10-04-2009, 17:14   #9
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StatPack is what I carry. I like it alot
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Old 10-04-2009, 21:27   #10
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I think mine is a Dyna-Med bag, in subdued black. Nice small size, and carries pretty much anything the bigger bags carry, with the exception of an O2 tank.
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Old 10-11-2009, 00:40   #11
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At my dept , I allow all members to carry there turn out gear with them . Some of our guys respond pov . I do not have a jumbbag in my pov cause always roll one of our trucks to any call we have , i live about 2 miles from the station . I leave all my gear at the station, during the day only myself and 2 others answer the calls . Most of our members work out of the area , If it is a working fire we have 2 other depts that will back us up , one is about 8 miles from our station.
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At my dept , I allow all members to carry there turn out gear with them . Some of our guys respond pov . I do not have a jumbbag in my pov cause always roll one of our trucks to any call we have , i live about 2 miles from the station . I leave all my gear at the station, during the day only myself and 2 others answer the calls . Most of our members work out of the area , If it is a working fire we have 2 other depts that will back us up , one is about 8 miles from our station.


We've always had it set up for members to respond to the station so we don't end up with an engine rolling out with just a DPO and then getting to the scene and NO ONE is there. Just the way we decided to do it.
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Old 10-11-2009, 09:51   #13
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We have done it that way for the last 17 yrs and we have never had a problem.
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We have done it that way for the last 17 yrs and we have never had a problem.
Oh, not criticizing your company at all. Every agency has things they do differently from someone else.
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Oh, not criticizing your company at all. Every agency has things they do differently from someone else.

No problem never thought you were criticizing our dept .
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Old 11-02-2009, 08:27   #16
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Mine is kind of the general purpose kit.

Outdoor brand duffel with: flashlight, a few pairs of gloves, CPR mask, basic trauma stuff, scissors, fire extinguisher, jumper cables, duct tape.
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Old 11-08-2009, 09:43   #17
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I got my bag from Galls. Don't see it on their website now. Has 4x4s, roller gauze, band-aids, et cetera.....
Ziplock Sandwhich Bag with 1 pair gloves, one band aid, foil blanket, and small milspec field bandage.

Less is more!!!! I need all the rest of my space for my BOB bag and the kids crap.

(Thats after 15 years of EMS,6 yrs on a Helicopter)

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I have a small one that just carries the basics, pocket mask and gloves and enough supplies to handle a major bleed or airway problem on a single patient... but usually I have a tactical tailor one in there also but it goes with me to work, so always have lots of supplies.
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Old 11-25-2009, 21:08   #19
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Gloves and CPR mask. I keep a small personal first aid kit that's there for myself.
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Old 12-02-2009, 00:48   #20
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I carry a LA Rescue first responder bag fully stocked with basic BLS gear, plus a D cylinder O2.This is standard equipement for our rural VFD.
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