Comment #1 posted on 2019-11-05 09:07:52 by Ken Fallon
2400 liters per second is 2.4 m^3/s (cubic meters per second) or 84,76 ft³/s or 634,01 gallons_per_second_us_liquid
Comment #2 posted on 2019-11-05 09:15:24 by Ken Fallon
I think this the video you refereed to "Backdraft training" by Keith Thomas
Comment #3 posted on 2019-11-05 09:55:13 by Ken Fallon
Can you go into how it works with relation to working as a part time fire-fighter.
How often were you called out ?
Are there laws obliging companies to give you the time off ?
What happens if you get injured - who pays the unemployment benefit (WW uitkering) ? Can you get fired from your main job ?
How much do you make as a volunteer fire-fighter ?
Can you explain the role of the Junior Fire-fighting teams ?
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