As a fire chief, you have a responsibility to protect the public.
Fire trucks, like most vehicles, are built to handle high winds and high temperatures.
But they are also designed to protect other vehicles in the field, which can sometimes be dangerous.
In order to prevent damage, a fire officer will sometimes use a foam-tipped metal bar to smash a wooden door.
This is called a “hammer” and can also be used to smash glass, which is usually not a problem.
But when the foam hits something solid, such as a wall, it can actually be dangerous to the other vehicles, the same way a metal hammer can.
Here are five things you should know about the hammer and how to safely use it. 1.
The Hammer Can be Used for Fire Extinguishing or to Smash Glass When a fire is burning, it is not uncommon for a fire engine to have to push and pull on the fire to extinguish the flames.
The foam hammer can be used for this purpose.
When you hit something solid with a hammer, the foam will stick to the metal and can break.
This can be a problem because, even though the foam might be strong, it might also be brittle, so it can break or tear.
When this happens, it creates a hole in the metal, and this will cause the foam to stick to other objects, like glass or metal.
So when you hit a glass wall with the foam hammer, you can see that the foam is sticking to the glass and is breaking it.
The best thing to do is not use the foam in a fire extinguisher because it can cause serious injuries and property damage.
The Rubber Sticking to Metal Is Not Dangerous When you are driving a firetruck, you need to look after your vehicle.
You can safely use the hammer to smash windows and doors and also use the rubber to push a hose or hose clamp.
But you will not be able to use the plastic foam to push through the window or door.
So, if you need help getting around your fire, you will need to use a wooden or metal rod to push the hose or clamp.
It Is Always Safe to Use the Hammer While it is true that a metal or plastic foam hammer might be used, the rubber sticks to metal and does not do anything for the vehicle.
So if you are in a serious fire, the best thing you can do is to call 911.
This will allow emergency responders to come to the scene and help you safely.
Using the Hammer in the Field is Not Always Safe In many cases, a rubber or plastic piece of foam can be pushed through a door.
But sometimes you will see the foam stuck to something and you need a hose to get through the hole.
The plastic foam can also stick to a wooden object.
The rubber will not.
So even if the rubber is sticking, you should still call 911 for help.
You Can Use a Rubber Hammer to Break Glass, But Not Wooden Doors In the video above, you see an emergency responder using a rubber hammer to break a wooden window.
You might have heard this kind of story before.
But what you probably did not know is that when a rubber item sticks to something, it also can break the wooden part of the object.
If the rubber hits a metal door, for example, you might break the glass on the metal door.
In that case, the glass will break and the rubber will stick on the other side.
So in order to safely push the glass through the wooden door, you may need to hit a metal rod with the rubber hammer.
If you use the metal rod, it should not be used in a rubber-on-metal action.
You should also not use a metal piece of wood to push glass through a wooden house because the rubber would be stuck to the wood.
The Fire Truck Can Be Used for Other Firework Events While a rubber hose can be put through a glass door, the wood part of a firework should be smashed instead.
Here is how to use fire trucks safely in the event of a big fire.
First, you must make sure the hose is properly connected to the fire truck.
If a hose is plugged up, the hose will not function properly.
If your hose is not connected properly, you could break a valve or blow a fuse.
You may need additional help.
If not, call 911 to tell the dispatcher if you have problems getting the hose to work properly.
Next, you want to make sure that the rubber hose is connected to your fire truck’s hose clamp and not to a separate hose.
If it is plugged in, the fire hose will be stuck and the hose clamp will not allow the rubber object to get out.
If that is the case, you also will not know if the hose can work properly until you call 911 and try to reconnect the hose.
In this situation, you would need to attach the rubber part of your hose to a metal clamp or rod and push it through the plastic