Fire Department Training and Emergency Scene Signs

Fire Department A-FrameLooking for something to help reduce the calls that came in when controlled burns for training are done a local fire department requested a special A-Frame sign to help with the job.

Needing a compact package that could fit in the already crowded command vehicles the specifications were something that could fold up in a small package but stand up and be seen on the roadway.

The Large On The Step A-Frame sign fit the mission since when folded it laid flat.  It was only 24 inches by 36 inches and just 2 inches thick.  The signs were protected in the unique frame and could be changed when needed to notify the public about a real emergency.

This versatile set of inserts and accessories are custom made for your Fire Department with your town or fire district name on the sign!  Just enter it at checkout we will produce it.

Home Burns in fire training

After shooting the "Fire Training Ahead" A-Frame sign on it's first use we headed up and shot some images of the controlled burn

Kit includes a Large On The Step A-Frame sign, two sets of inserts, the “Training Exercise” a white sign is reversible the back can be used as a wet erase board surface and a set of wet erase markers.

The markers provide a great way to make a quick waterproof information sign, or to even promote a volunteer fire departments event!  This local department has used the sign every year out in front of the central fire station to let everyone know that it is a 24 hour Toys For Tots drop off center.

Training, do not try this at home

Since the sign is easy to change it can be used for many events saving money and the need to buy new signs.

Special Kit Price

Priced separately this would be a $300 package.

Price: $280

So don’t just stand there! Place your order today for these Fire Department Training and Emergency Scene Signs.  Please note the firefighters were just having a little fun, this was a controlled burn with lots of support nearby.

If you like fire training pictures feel free to view the entire exercise in our “Darkroom” in Fire Training April 2007.