Posted June 20, 2019 07:21:58The Fire Department in South Dakota is taking advantage of the fact that a lot of people like to tune into local radio stations and listen to songs that have to do with firefighting.
In this week’s Fire Chief’s Morning, we’ll talk to fire fighter and firefighting instructor Gary Dominguez about the new Fire Department app and how he used to perform his duties.
Firefighter Gary Domesdez, pictured, is a fire fighter from South Dakota and a part of the Fire Fighter Corps of America, a nonprofit that provides firefighting training to the nation’s firefighters.
He is the first person to be certified to do firefighting at Fire Department headquarters.
“We want to give people the tools to do the job that they love and want to do,” Domingez said.
The app is available for iPhone and Android devices.
This week, the Fire Chief is using the app to teach other members of the department about fire fighting.
When the app was launched in July, Domingos’ firefighting experience was the first time he was able to get a personal assistant to call the Fire Station.
Domingoz also learned how to fire off a smoke bomb that he and his fellow firefighters were able to use to scare off the intruders.
He and his partners have been using the Firefighter’s App for several weeks now, so they have a pretty good idea of what the app does.
But the app has also become something of a hit with the public.
Domeso says it’s helped them with the morale of their crew members.
There is an app for everything, he said.
“It’s got all the things you could want.
You could go to the gym.
You can go to work.
It’s just something you want.
The app can be everything.”
Domingos and his colleagues have received some positive feedback from the Firefighters’ App.
One woman who posted on Twitter that the app made her feel more like a fireman.
Another said she liked the app so much that she’s decided to give the app a shot herself.
Domesdiz said he’s not the only one who uses the app.
“We have been asked to get in at least two different fire stations,” Domesos said.
“We have done a lot and we’re still working out a lot,” he said, noting that the service also provides a free phone call to the station.
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