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tanker operations in water supply

Tanker Operations In Water Supply

Michael Crawford

July 2002

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Tanker Operations In Water Supply

Objective (SPO) 1-1

Given information from discussions and classroom presentations, the student will demonstrate the operation of tanker water supply operations according to standards of the authority having jurisdiction

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Tanker Operations In Water Supply

OVERVIEW

Selecting Water Sources

Tanker Features

Selecting Tanker Travel Routes

Tanker Fill and Dump Station Operations

Calculating and Meeting Water Flow Requirements

Increasing Water Amounts

selecting a water source
Selecting A Water Source

Accessibility of the water source

Water always available?

Distance from the fire

Route of travel

Time required to travel route

Easy access for multiple tankers

tanker features
Tanker Features

Tank size

Methods of offloading water

Other special equipment

travel routes
Travel Routes

Traffic volume on roads selected

Obstructions

Time required to travel full route

Weather

Distance to water source

Road type and conditions

Avoid having tankers pass on the route selected

Intersections

fill site operations
Fill Site Operations

Must be accessible to tankers

Large enough to move vehicles

Safety issues

Distance from fireground

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Fill Site Operations

Allow room for draft pumper

Establish multiple fill lines

Fill one tanker at a time

Have adequate personnel

dump site operations
Dump Site Operations

Must be accessible to tankers

Large enough to move vehicles

Safety issues

Do not block access to the fireground

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Dump Site Operations

Allow room for supply pumper

Allow room for portable tanks or nurse tankers

Make sure tanks are accessible to tankers

Have adequate personnel

operation of a tanker shuttle
Operation of a Tanker Shuttle

Water supply officer

Establish all necessary components

Establish traffic flow/control

increasing available water
Increasing Available Water

Add Tankers

Multiple fill stations

Multiple dump stations

Multiple shuttle operations

summary
Summary

It is important for companies to be able to obtain water from sources other than hydrants at the fireground. Insuring an adequate water supply is one of the most vital steps in insuring a successful fireground operation.