Recent Calls
Fri. Jan 15th 2021
CREWS WERE CALLED OUT BEFORE 6PM FOR A REPORTED BARN FIRE IN THE 9400 BLOCK OF OLD FRENCH ROAD. INITIAL CALLS CAME IN FOR LEE ROAD. THE DISPATCHER WAS ABLE TO BETTER LOCATE THE FIRE ON OLD FRENCH ROA...
Mon. Jan 4th 2021
EMS - 1263FIRES - 77STRUCTURE FIRES 40VEHICLE FIRES 10GRASS / BRUSH 14TRASH / RUBBISH / DUMPSTER 8POLE / OTHER 5AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARMS 132RESCUES 114MVA 105 ( 6 PEDESTRIAN, PINS 4)LOCK IN ...
Sat. Jan 2nd 2021
APPARATUS USE FOR 2020 TO ANSWER 1679 TOTAL EMERGENCT CALLSE-423 - 119E-432 - 99E-434 - 18L- 429 - 98R - 428 - 75M42 - 127S - 427 - 562S - 437 - 935T - 435 - 9T - 439 - 18U- 438 - 103
Fri. Jan 1st 2021
DECEMBER 2020 TOTAL 179EMS - 143RESCUE - 9MVA 7LOCK IN CHILD 2FIRE 19STRUCTURE FIRE 6TRASH RUBBISH 1POLE FIRE 1FIRE ALARMS 11HAZARDOUS CALLS 4CO ALARMS 2FLAMMABLE LIQUID SPILL 2SERVICE CALL...
Thu. Dec 10th 2020
CREWS WERE CALLED OUT SHORTLY BEFORE 5PM TONIGHT FOR A 2 VEHICLE MVA ON I-90 AT THE 27 MILE POST. S-437, S-427 AND E-423 ALL RESPONDED TO THE SCENE. ON SCENE THER WAS 2 VEHICLES 1 HEAVY AND 1 MODERA...
News Headlines
Sun. Dec 13th 2020
the Officers for 2021:Chief (420) Kip HayfordDeputy Chief (421) John SpauldingFire Captain (431) Chris PaceFire Lieutenant (42L1) Nate SerafinFire Lieutenant (42L2) Jeremy LevkusFire Police Lieu...
Sat. Sep 26th 2020
EVEN WITH THE COVID 19 TRAINING MUST GO ON. WE HAVE HAD TOE FOLLOWING MEMBERS PASS VARIOUS CERTIFICATIONS FROM TRAINING CLASSES LATE THIS SUMMER.VINNY DRAGULIN; HAZ-MAT AWARENESS, HAZ-MAT OPERATIONS...
Sat. Aug 29th 2020
BEN SPAULDING HAS JOINED THE RANKS TODAY AS A NEW JUNIOR FIREFIGHTER. BEN HAS JOINED ON HIS 16TH BIRTHDAY AND LOOKS FORWARD TO ATTENDING TRAINING AND GETTING READY TO ANSWER EMERGENCY ALARMS AS ABLE....
Wed. Jul 1st 2020
PAST MEMBER STEVE SAMPLE HAS RETURNED TO THE FIRE COMPANY AFTER A 12 YEAR BREAK DURING WHICH TIME HE WAS WORKING OUT OF TOWN FOR A RAILROAD COMPANY. HIS WORK HAD HIM OUT OF TOWN MOST OF THE WEEK SO HE...
Mon. Jun 22nd 2020
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SEVERAL MEMBERS TOOK THE AERIAL LINE CLASS OVER 2 MONDAYS AND THE SATURDAY JUNE 22. THIS 16 HR CLASS USED THE LADDER FOR ROPE RESCUE SITUATIONS INCLUDING USE OF THE STOKES BASKET TO EVACUATE PEOPLE F...
Allied Membership

 

Perry Hi-Way Hose Company has developed a new membership class to try and get some additional help to answer calls. The membership class is the allied membership. This membership is intended for those who already belong to a fire department or EMS agency. 

The Idea of this program was to allow members from other less busy departments the opportunity to come and run calls with us to gain experience and hone their skills, and at the same time help with our manpower shortage. 

We will supply all the necessary protective gear to the allied member. The gear will be kept in the station for use when responding on emergencies that require its use. It is our policy that all gear is kept in the station due to past members’ abuse of the gear and improper storage.

All members respond to the station to answer emergency calls. This limits to the traffic congestion at the scene and by responding from the station we can have the necessary apparatus respond to the incident scene. Even the chief officers routinely respond to the station to man the apparatus.

Allied members may respond to the station from home provided they live within a reasonable travel time to either of our 2 stations. For those members who live further away you can do stand by time in one of the stations and be ready to answer calls. If there are members that work in our area and can leave work to answer alarms that would also be a good reason to be an allied member.

Allied members must be in good standing with their home department and be attending training either with the home department or with us on our Monday night drills. To ride the ambulance allied members need to be EMT or higher. To ride the engines members need to have completed a state approved basic firefighting class, a structural burn class and pass an in house mask test with our MSA SCBA. To ride the rescue members need to have completed a PA state vehicle rescue class or be a BVR tech. Members on the rescue also needs EMS training to the emergency responder level or higher. All members must have current CPR and Haz-Mat at the operational level.

Allied members will be included in the per call stipend as well as eligible to participate in the paramedic tuition assistance program. The relief association accidental death benefit will also cover active allied members. This is a $50,000 life insurance policy that covers any accidental death / dismemberment 24/ 7 /365 on or off duty. You will also be covered while on duty with our life and disability policy.

Talk to any of the chiefs if interested in this program.

 


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