FF110-048 - Not Your Bread and Butter Incident Series
What is my role when an airplane crashes in my jurisdiction or a structure fire with solar panels on the roof? What should I do when cable median barriers are preventing a critical extrication? This is a 4-hour presentation for emergency responders who face unorthodox and unique challenges in dealing with aircraft, solar issues, and cable median barriers. This course has been created to aid in the responses of members so they are more prepared while working around these topics. These subjects create a multitude of safety concerns for the public and emergency crews. In the ever changing emergency services, the latest trends need to be identified, studied, and practiced to provide more accurate and professional service. This course will help members demonstrate the ability to remain calm under pressure and make sound and educated decisions based on techniques taught. Lastly, members will be able to identify and describe the elements of the communication process between multiple agencies and discuss unified command.
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Must be at least 18 years of age.
Maximum Class Size
Required Student Materials
- Student will be able to identify and describe the elements of the communication process between multiple agencies.
- Student will be able to demonstrate the ability to remain calm under pressure and make sound, educated decisions based on techniques taught.
- Student will be able to identify numerous safety concerns regarding topics such as aircraft down, solar issues and cable median barriers.