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Spring Workshop in Pt. Lepreau

posted May 12, 2011, 7:03 PM by web tech   [ updated May 25, 2011, 8:37 AM ]
Register by June 3rd, using this form.

The courses that will take place are as follows;

Live Fire--- Maximum   40 students, 20 in am classes & 20 in pm classes with the prerequisites of FF-1 (4hours each). To be held at the fire tower on the fire grounds (Bunker gear & SCBA required)

 

Basic Pump--- Maximum   40 students, 20 in am classes & 20 in pm classes. (4 hours each) Basic operation of the fire engine. Attendees will be presented with the following basic pump evolutions: 1) Tank to pump on PTO pump and fill from a hydrant

2) Discharging multiple lines at a fire scene 2) Pumping and drafting from a portable pump 4) Switching from truck tank to portable tank
 

Call for Mayday Self Rescue--- Maximum   20 students,  with the prerequisites of FF-1  Bunker gear & SCBA required

 

Confined Spaces--- Maximum 40, students 20 in am classes & 20 in pm classes prerequisites of FF-1  (4 hours each)  Bunker gear & SCBA required

 

Incident Command  IC-100--- (8hours)- ICS level 100 is an overview of the ICS system, including the ICS structure, processes, areas of responsibility and incident management concepts

 

Emergency Scene Traffic Control ---- (4hours) maximum 12 students Attendees will be shown how to position fire apparatus at an emergency scene as a means to protect all emergency responders who are attending to the incident.  This is not a “flaggers” course.

 

Hazmat Spill Control--- Maximum 40, students 20 in am classes & 20 in pm classes prerequisites of FF-1  (4 hours each).  This workshop will outline the critical roles, responsibilities, and steps that the local fire department must undertake to support the arrival of the Regional Hazardous Materials Scout and Heavy Response Units.

 

Boat Rescue---Maximum   20 students, 10 in am classes & 10 in pm classes. (4 Hours each) Attendees will be presented with the following competencies: 1) pre rescue preparation 2) Proper techniques on search 3) How to approach a victim with a boat 4) throw bag and other reaching assist tools 5) Conscious victim removal 6) Unconscious victim removal.

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