Used by the assigned Battalion Chief / Shift Commander
On-board wireless computer systems, inter-operable two-way radio communications and cellular communications
Platform for Incident Command, Control and Communications at the scene of most incidents and large scale events
TEST SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS:
Test smoke and carbon monoxide alarms at least once a month and routinely replace their batteries twice a year, when an alarm “chirps” to tell you the battery is low, or in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendation. Replace any device that is more than 10 years old. Some newer devices on the market use long-life non-replaceable batteries that can provide up to 10 years of service. Having a working smoke and carbon monoxide detector in your home is the law!