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Managing the Fire Emergency Response and its Applications

Date: 14 August 2017 - 25 August 2017
Course ID: ADDS039/2017
Duration: 12 Days
Fee US $: 7500 US$
Venue: London / UK
Category: Safety, Security, Fire and Emergency Response Engineering

Introduction:

Participants will be introduced to the challenging work of emergency responders in fire management services by learning regulations, health and safety protocol, communications, and operations.

Emergency preparedness at the federal, provincial and local levels will be examined. Participants will be provided with advanced training in the emergency response procedures adopted by various agencies in response to major incidents including natural disasters, fire, pandemics, hostage situations, bomb threats and Amber Alerts. Participants will explore the conditions which justify deployment of the Incident Management System (IMS) and the roles and responsibilities of emergency service providers involved in the IMS.

Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:



1. Describe conditions under which use and deployment of the Incident Management System (IMS) is justified.

2. Identify the roles and responsibilities of those involved in IMS.

3. Manage IMS in disaster/crisis prevention, mitigation and recovery scenarios.

4. Design and operate an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC).

5. Identify the legislation that governs Emergency Management at the Federal, Provincial and Local levels.

6. Utilize threat and risk assessment in the development of emergency plans.

7. Develop an effective response to a mock emergency simulation.

Daily Outlines:

Day 1:

• Emergency Operations

• Federal and Provincial approach

• Incident Management System, roles and responsibilities

• Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

• Health, Safety , Environment administration objective

• Purpose of Health, safety and environment guide

• Program effectiveness

• Health, safety, environment policy

• Suitable laws

• Health, safety, environment legalizations

• Health, safety, environment management

• Health, safety, environment organization chart

• Meeting related to health, safety,enviroment

• Training and assets

• Personal protection equipment

• Types of protection

• Site work permit

• Responsibilities



Day 2:

• Emergency Operations Center

• Emergency Response to major incidents:

• CBRN (Chemical - Biological - Radiological - Nuclear)

• Fire Evacuation

• Amber Alert

• Pandemic Planning

• Protective Clothing, Protective Equipment, and OSHA Standards (Firefighter Safety and Health)



Day 3:

• Bomb Threat

• Medical Emergency

• Community Disasters

• Hostage Situation

• Mock Exercise Design

• Emergency Operations (Firefighter Safety and Health)

• Site manager

• Construction manager-first

• Construction phase

• Initial operation stages and process

• Procedures

• Powers

• work safety analysis

• Initial operation stages and process

• Applying work permits system

• General guidance of work permits

• hot and cold work permits

• electric isolation permit

• mechanical insulation permits

• Closed area permits



Day 4:

Water Supply, Fire Hose, and Fire Streams

• Illustrate visually or graphically the primary aspects of fire hoses, including their construction, descriptions, sizes, and types of couplings. Perform the following Firefighter I skills:

a. Make a straight hose roll

b. Make a donut hose roll

c. Couple a hose - foot-tilt method

d. Couple a hose - two-firefighter method

e. Uncouple a hose - knee-press method

f. Uncouple a hose - two-firefighter method



• Evaluate the NFPA 1961 Standards on Fire Hose concerning damage prevention, care for, and maintenance of a fire hose, as well as NFPA 1963 Standard for Fire Hose Connections for care of fire hose coupling. Inspect and clean a fire hose and its connections with 100% accuracy.



Day 5:



Water Supply, Fire Hose, and Fire Streams (continue)

• Interpret concepts related to hose loads and finishes, pre connected hose loads, and supply hose lays.

• First aid procedures

• Reporting injury

• Following and administration any expose to aids/Hepatitis B

• Fire prevention plan

• Fire suppression equipment

• Evacuation and emergency plan

• Alarm and emergency signs

• Emergency and evacuation training

• Safety and organization instructions

• Application instruction



Day 6:

Emergency Department Communication (Fire Department Communications)

• explaining the protocols for handling an emergency call by fire services, emergency services, and public service personnel.

• Outline the procedure in an informational brochure or public service announcement for community persons.

• Compare and contrast the various forms of communications within fire services, emergency services, and public safety services or law enforcement at an emergency scene.

• Explore similarities and differences in radio communications, communication responsibilities of the firefighter, EMT, or police officer at the scene, arrival and progress reports, use of tactile channels, and evacuation signals and personnel accountability reports.

• Make a claim about the appropriate communication to use in a given situation and strengthen argument with counterclaim(s) and justification.

• Evaluate factors that contribute to effective communication and interview skills with patients/victims/bystanders in an emergency situation, demonstrating sensitivity to cultural differences and other potential barriers to communication.

• Apply effective communication and interviewing skills within a practicum setting.



• Understand the principles of and practice skills related to emergency communication processes.



Day 7 :

• Handle business calls and reports of emergency

• Use a portable radio for routine traffic

• Use a portable radio for emergency traffic (i.e., call a mayday)

• Create an incident report





Day 8:

Fire Behavior

• Analyze the concepts surrounding the science of a fire, including areas.

• Explaining the portable fire extinguisher rating system, then identify the types of portable fire extinguishers and the extinguishing agent characteristics.



• Understand the concepts of and demonstrate proficiency related to selecting and using portable fire extinguishers:

a. Given a type of fire, select the proper type of portable fire extinguisher

b. Operate a portable fire extinguisher using the PASS method of application

c. Operate a stored pressure water extinguisher

d. Operate a dry chemical (A B C) extinguisher

e. Operate a carbon dioxide extinguisher

f. Inspect a portable fire extinguisher





Day 9:

• Site Visit and Case study



Day 10:

• Evaluation Exam

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