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“We do like to know what’s being planned from the beginning,” said Peter Darley, executive vice president and chief operating officer of W.S. Darley & Co., an apparatus builder headquartered in Itasca, IL. “We need to know what will be carried for a weight aspect and so we can provide the right trays, brackets and mounts.”

Darley said the kind of apparatus will dictate the amount of equipment it will carry. “Just starting with the priorities will dictate the kind of apparatus,” he said. “Maybe water becomes more important than equipment, or if it’s a rescue, water might not come into play at all.”

As a general rule, Darley said the more equipment carried, the more planning should go into specifying apparatus.

Darley also said that standardization should be a consideration for departments so all rescue trucks, for example, are laid out the same and all engines are the same as well to make training and operations easier.

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“We do like to know what’s being planned from the beginning,” said Peter Darley, executive vice president and chief operating officer of W.S. Darley & Co., an apparatus builder headquartered in Itasca, IL. “We need to know what will be carried for a weight aspect and so we can provide the right trays, brackets and mounts.”

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As a general rule, Darley said the more equipment carried, the more planning should go into specifying apparatus.

Darley also said that standardization should be a consideration for departments so all rescue trucks, for example, are laid out the same and all engines are the same as well to make training and operations easier.

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“We do like to know what’s being planned from the beginning,” said Peter Darley, executive vice president and chief operating officer of W.S. Darley & Co., an apparatus builder headquartered in Itasca, IL. “We need to know what will be carried for a weight aspect and so we can provide the right trays, brackets and mounts.”

Darley said the kind of apparatus will dictate the amount of equipment it will carry. “Just starting with the priorities will dictate the kind of apparatus,” he said. “Maybe water becomes more important than equipment, or if it’s a rescue, water might not come into play at all.”

As a general rule, Darley said the more equipment carried, the more planning should go into specifying apparatus.

Darley also said that standardization should be a consideration for departments so all rescue trucks, for example, are laid out the same and all engines are the same as well to make training and operations easier.

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A Place for Everything and Everything in Its Place

When it comes to storing and transporting equipment, responders need to prioritize and be thoughtful in fulfilling needs. Manufacturers can accommodate virtually everything, but planning and communication is required from the start.

Rescue trucks and fire apparatus are designed to carry lots of equipment to do a variety of jobs. Many have characterized apparatus as tool boxes on wheels, and as such, careful consideration is needed to make sure all the tools and equipment fit.

“We do like to know what’s being planned from the beginning,” said Peter Darley, executive vice president and chief operating officer of W.S. Darley & Co., an apparatus builder headquartered in Itasca, IL. “We need to know what will be carried for a weight aspect and so we can provide the right trays, brackets and mounts.”

Darley said the kind of apparatus will dictate the amount of equipment it will carry. “Just starting with the priorities will dictate the kind of apparatus,” he said. “Maybe water becomes more important than equipment, or if it’s a rescue, water might not come into play at all.”

As a general rule, Darley said the more equipment carried, the more planning should go into specifying apparatus.

Darley also said that standardization should be a consideration for departments so all rescue trucks, for example, are laid out the same and all engines are the same as well to make training and operations easier.

Read more: A Place for Everything and Everything in Its Place

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