I would like to welcome you to this forum. it is through education and training that we can progress. I will try and answer any questions you may have. I can get all the answers (if I look hard enough!) I have been involved in race rescue since about 1995 starting with APBA Offshore races in FL, and progressed into car racing. It seemed at each event, I learned something new, and that was...what we were doing was wrong.
NFPA-610 is still unknown in most of the racing industry. Don't believe me, ask two or three of your co-workers at a Saterday night race, heck ask the track owner or promotor. Fire departments know the LIfe Safety Code, but are mostly ignorant of 610. Im not here to bash FD or EMS, I was both, and I was also a Fire Inspector/Fire Marshal, so I can speak from experience.
I am an SFI Instructor Trainer for both Drag Racing and Boat Racing Incident Response, and have written training programs for both which are endorsed by SFI. If I can be of any assistance to you, please don't hesitate to ask.
Jeff Milges, FL