Mansfield DSE Research Visit

As part of the research aspect of my project I visited the Mansfield DSE depot. During this visit I was able to photograph and investigate their range of firefighting units. The bellow photos show both the Toyota units, Nissan units, equipment and the tanker unit.

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Storage rack ontop of slip on unit. Unfortunatly worksafe victoria prohibits climbing on vehicles to access equiptment.

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Tool boxes lack storage racks etc. Tools become a clutter inconvenient mess. Tool boxes are a state standard. Depots have no choice in the matter.

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All sides must come down to access tool box. Major inconvenience…

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Quick release pins to attach the unit.

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Foam system.

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DSE 4×4 tanker.

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Firebug Burners.

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Quickfill trailer and collar tank.

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Tray has been redesigned to make the box more functional.

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Milhaven alluminium trays.

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