Emergency Response Solutions International

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Category Course Name Description Prerequisites Requirements Met Who Should Attend
Fire Fire Extinguisher This course will provide participants with the skills required to use a protable fire extinguisher in controlling workplace fires in the beginning stages. A propane-fueled fire simulator will be used to provide participants with practice in extinguishing live fires None * OSHA Standard on Portable Fire Extinguishers* OSHA Standard on Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Plans Any employee who might be the first to discover a fire in its intial stages and would use a portable extinguisher to put the fire out.
Fire Fire Extinguisher Refresher This course will provide participants with the skills required to use a protable fire extinguisher in controlling workplace fires in the beginning stages. A propane-fueled fire simulator will be used to provide participants with practice in extinguishing live fires Initial training in fire extinguishers use * OSHA Standard on Portable Fire Extinguishers * OSHA Standard on Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Plans Any employee who might be the first to discover a fire in its intial stages and would use a portable extinguisher to put the fire out
Fire Incipient Fire Fighting This course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to control incipient fires using portable fire extinguishers and low-volume hoses. Topics include: roles and responsibilities; fire behavior, fire hazards; fire prevention; fire protection; extinguishing agents; portable extingushers; firefighter safety; standpipes; water supplies; hose lines; adaptors, tools and nozzles; and fire attack. During the program, participants will extinguish approximately 8 to 10 fires using a propane-fueled fire simulator. * Physical Exam As described in OSHA Standard on Fire Brigades (29 CFR 1910.156) and NFPA Standard 600 on Industrial Fire Brigades. Ford Code C00245 ERT members, fire protection officers, security guards, and security supervisors
Fire Incipient Fire Refresher This course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to control incipient fires using portable fire extinguishers and low-volume hoses. Participants will also become familiar with the local fire protection systems. During the program, participants will extinguish approximately 8 to 10 fires using a propane-fueled fire simulator. This course shall only be taken as a refresher after Incipient Fire Fighting - IFF. *24 hour Incipient Fire Fighting - IFF As described in OSHA Standards on fire brigades (29 CFR 1910.156) and NFPA Standard 600 on Industrial Fire Brigades and Ford's Emergency Response Plan Guidelines. ERT members, fire protection officers, security guards, and security supervisors
Fire Inspection and Testing of Sprinklers Systems The primary focus of this training is the skills required to inspect and test water-based fire protection systems. In hands-on workshops, participants will learn how to conduct inspections and tests of the water distribution system, fire pumps, wet pipe systems, and dry pipe systems. Participants will also learn how to implement fire system impairment procedures. Online instruction to Inspection and Testing of Spinker Sytems located at www.saferesponse.com According to NFPA Standard 25, Inspection and Testing of Water-Based Fire Protection systems. Fire protection officers, security guards, security supervisors, and safety engineers
Fire Pathfinder Participants will practice using Structural Firefighter Protective Clothing (SFPC) and Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) in simulated hostile environments. Participants willlearn how to assist the municipal fire department but not how to fight structural fires * 4 hour SCBA * 24 hour Incipient Fire Fighting * 4 hour Incident Command System As described in Ford's Fire Protection Engineering Bulletin No. 1, Emergency Response. * OSHA Standard on Industrial Fire Brigades (29 CFR 1910.156) Members of the Emergency Response Team who are responsible for directing and assisting municipal fire response personnel to the scene of an industrial fire.