24 Firehouse rules for New hires..

 Want to see what rules made the Cut?? Here we go   Number 1.....


1. When working at a new house for the first time, shut-up, work hard, and pay attention. I can promise you that everyone is paying attention to you.

2. The young firefighter knows the rules, but the old one knows the exceptions.

3. Let the tool do the work.

4. Be like a duck. Remain calm on the surface and paddle like hell underneath.-Michael Caine

5. "Twenty-five years from now you will be more disappointed by the the things that you didn't do than the ones you did."
-Mark Twain

6. Don't make a scene and never disrespect your brother.

7. Never take the seat that faces the television when sitting at the dinner table.

8. When in doubt, take a halligan.

9. Two hands. Two tools.
-Mike Ciampo

10. Never claim to be what you're not. Time reveals all things.

11. If you don't know what you're doing, say so.

12. When approaching a fire scene, it is imperative to slow down three blocks before arrival.

13. Suck it up.

14. You shouldn't worry when the guys make fun of you. You should worry when they don't say anything at all.

15. Give Credit. Take the blame.

16. Never turn your back on the fire.

17. When things go wrong, don't go with them.
-Elvis Presley

18. Always show up to work at least a half-hour early. There is no better gift you can give to guy or gal your relieving.

19. Never trust the hand lights on the truck. Buy your own.

20. Don't gloat. Don't brag. The guys will do it for you.

21. Take pictures often.

22. Seek out the busiest units and the best officers.

23. Drink coffee.

24. Don't tell war stories to non-firefighters. No one thinks its as exciting as you do.



If you know some New Hire rules that were left off the list, let us know we would love to hear from you..


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