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As mentioned some of the materials are department specific but should work
the classroom or developed please contact us. If you or your department has
a class that they would like to post please email it to me and any contact
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The Building Construction program is based on 16 hours of lecture and 8 hours of
hands on. This class was brought up-to-date to focus on current hazards and
technological concerns with new construction. Students will perform a complete
Pre-plan of a structure.
Incident Safety Officer
The ISO program is based on 16 hours of lecture and discussion. This class was
developed for officers, not as a know it all tool but to focus on all that we know in a
safety mindset. The class will finish with the students dissecting prepared case studies.
Command Responsibilities for RIT Activation Checklist
This is a 36 hour program where the student learns the Principles of Learning,
Instructional Delivery, Classroom Arrangement, Legal Considerations and Instructors
Role in Safety. The student will complete a 15 minute presentation from a prepared
lesson plan at the end. Overview.
This is a 40 hour program that incorporates everything from creating a lesson plan to
writing valid and reliable test questions. The student will complete a 50 minute
presentation from an original lesson plan created by the student. Overview.
Thermal Imaging Camera Class
TIC class covering Scott Eagle Imager II, Scott Eagle 160, and Talisman. Also, covers
proposed NFPA 1801 document on TICs and the use of a TIC. Bullard and LETA also
put out a training CD that is very good. If you have a Bullard TIC contact your Rep. for a
"50 Ways Firefighters Die"
Great video's to show during breaks. It's educational, raises awareness and keeps
"50 Ways Firefighters Live"
Great video to explain truss construction and show the dangers.
What's in your area?
Excellent PowerPoint that points out the hazards that we all have in our first in.
Situational awareness and Pre-plans are the only thing that is going to save us from
Building Construction In-service
Good PowerPoint for in-service training at the station or just for brushing up on B.C.
Covers the five main types and hazards associated with each.
Cluster Homes: Strategies and Tactics
Good PowerPoint I found on the internet while researching Building Construction. Use
as an in-service or just a refresher.
Wooden I beams (TGI)
I believe this happened in Baltimore, not sure though. It's a short PowerPoint stressing
what can happen when Wooden I beams get into a little fire.
Safety and Survival Program
This class was developed by a fellow brother of a neighboring department who is no
longer with us. Great PowerPoint for training class or in-service at the station.
Great In-service class or for developing Acting Officers. Good refresher for Lt.'s and
Capt's. It's an all encompassing class about reading smoke.
Emergency Vehicle Operation Course
Proven course for EVOC. Cover defensive driving, laws, legal considerations,
statistics, and hazards.
Waycross, GA. Wildland Fire
Good for class breaks, takes the students mind off of learning but gets them return to
class on time.
10 Rules of Firefighting
Found this one on the internet. It's good for class breaks; funny, keeps students
laughing and pondering.
Great PowerPoint for In-service class or Acting Officers.
Scott 4.5 Airpack and RIC Pack 1 Familiarization
Class was developed by Lt. Michael Boehlke "Tough House" Station 11. This is an
excellent program outlining what you can and can't do, and provides answers to
misconceptions with the equipment.
"Mayday, Mayday, Mayday"
Managing the Fireground Mayday: The critical link to Firefighter survival. Great
class developed by Sandy Springs Battalion Chief Daryl Smith. The class examines
factors leading to Maydays calls, and what to do once a Mayday is called.
Carbon Monoxide Incident
Carbon Monoxide Incidents was developed by Driver/Engineer Scott Sanders. Scott
is a Haz Mat Tech adjunct instructor for the state of Georgia and a member of the
Gwinnett County Haz Mat Team. This is one of them topics we tend to forget about
Natural Gas Emergencies
NGE was developed by Driver/Engineer Scott Sanders. Scott is a Haz Mat Tech
Adjunct instructor for the state of Georgia and a member of the Gwinnett County Haz
Mat Team. Good information inside for an in-service class.
Very good class on preventing the use of RIT through better decision making
beforehand. Also, the PowerPoint looks at current trends, statistics and getting back
to the basics.
Hydrogen Cyanide in Fire Investigations
This very well put together program is compliments of ISO Capt. Rick Rochford from
Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department. The PowerPoint covers Toxic Gases, HCN in
Smoke, Health Effects of HCN and Gas Detection options. For further information,
Capt. Rochford can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fully Resolved: Preventing LODD's in Live Fire Training
This class was developed by Chief Dave Casey of Florida Fire Standards and
Training, and Tim Dunkle, Administrator for Pennsylvania State Fire Academy. This
class was presented in Georgia on Oct. 1 and 2, 2008. It examines in depth Live Fire
Training issues that have affected the Fire Service, including case studies. Note*
Large File, may take several minutes.
Basic Introduction to Technical Rescue Shoring
Basic information on shoring used during structural collapse situations.
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