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Fire Fighting training for Health and Safety

  • Fire Training

    Atmospheric Monitoring - Basic and Advanced. Building Construction for the Fire Service. Chemical Health Hazards. Fire Brigade Training (Interior & Exterior) Response. Fire Leadership Training. Fire House Chemistry. Firefighter Safety. Firefighter Right-to-Know. Fire Officer Development. Fire Prevention Planning. Fire Service Management

    By H. K. Carr & Associates, Inc. based in Englishtown, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Engaging Online NFPA Firefighter Training Courses

    Training is critical to every firefighter. After all, knowledge, skills and abilities are what keep firefighters safe and effective when pressed into action. That’s why TargetSolutions has created the industry’s most engaging online continuing education for firefighters. TargetSolutions’ catalog of training for individual ...

    By TargetSolutions based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Answer the Call - Volunteer Recruitment Campaign

    In an effort to celebrate the contributions of volunteer firefighters, while inspiring others to join them, the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs signed an agreement with the Alberta Association of Fire Chiefs (AAFC) to expand their volunteer recruitment campaign 'Answer the Call” across Canada.

    By Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs (CAFC) based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training Courses (BOSIET)

    Basic Safety, Helicopter Safety and Underwater Escape (incl. HUET), Emergency Breathing Systems (EBS), First Aid and Hypothermia, Survival Craft, Fire Fighting

    By Safety Technology Limited based in Clytha, UNITED KINGDOM. from Further Offshore Safety Training Training line

  • Safe and Effective Training

    Every year, more than 10% of first responder injuries and another 10% of line-of-duty deaths occur during training and more than 100 firefighters have died during training since 2003*.

    By HazSim based in Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Specialty Training

    Basic and/or Advanced Atmospheric Monitoring (8 hrs, 16hrs or 40hrs). Basic Radiation. Basic Ropes and Knots. Building Construction for the Fire Service. Chemical Health Hazards. Emergency Response to Carbon Monoxide Incidents. EMS Response to Hazardous Materials Incidents - NFPA 473

    By H. K. Carr & Associates, Inc. based in Englishtown, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Occupational Prevention Course of Diseases for Firefighters

    As a firefighter, it is important to have a good understanding of how to prevent occupational diseases while on and off the job. In this course we will identify what firefighters can do to reduce their risk of exposure to occupational hazards.

    By FirstNet Learning, Inc. based in Denver, COLORADO (USA). from Firefighter Safety Training line

  • Incident Command System (Emergency Preparedness) Training

    Firefighters are exposed to toxic materials and health risks such as Hepatitis B and AIDS in emergency situations every day. The Incident Command System is recognized by the National Fire Academy and is a documented system that successfully manages all available resources at any incident. This program covers all the components of an Incident ...

    By Digital 2000 Inc. based in Stafford, TEXAS (USA).

  • Bloodborne Pathogens For Fire And Rescue (Government) (Online Course)

    For your firefighters and rescue teams, fire is not the only risk. Bloodborne diseases pose a threat as well. Firefighters and rescue workers face the greatest risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This important program examines the threat on the job and offers precautions and guidelines to follow, so that saving someone's life doesn't ...

    By Coastal Training Technologies (part of Dupont Sustainable Solutions) based in Virginia Beach, VIRGINIA (USA). from Online Courses Training line

  • Basic Cell Tower Rescue Instruction Training

    This one-day course on Basic Cell Tower Rescue provides firefighters and company officers the knowledge and tools necessary to safely manage the early stages of an emergency response at a cellular/radio communication site.

    By Elevated Safety, LLC based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Fire/Rescue Training line

  • Training Options and Degree Programs

    Emergency management personnel plan and prepare for emergencies – natural and otherwise - and coordinate response efforts during and after a disaster. They are responsible for organizing and training response teams, budgeting and distributing emergency funds, establishing networks and communication systems, and ensuring all other ...

    By Fire Science Online based in CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Fire Awareness

    This is a very comprehensive training module which provides an in-depth approach to fire safety in the workplace. Endorsed by many leading fire authorities, it covers all aspects of fire safety, from prevention to reaction, and also includes instructions about the various types of fire-fighting equipment that your staff are likely to find onsite.

    By First Response Training & Consultancy Services Ltd. based in Pershore, UNITED KINGDOM. from E-Learning Training line

  • Training

    Falck has been training emergency response teams within the industrial and public sectors for over two decades. Each year, thousands of firefighters from all over the world come to our state-of-the-art training centres. For optimal safety, we customise training sessions according to each facility’s specific needs. From petrochemical, steel, ...

    By Falck Fire Services NV based in Polititorvet, BELGIUM.

  • Fire Awareness & Marshal Training

    This course will provide employees with an understanding of fire safety in relation to their workplace. Having a workforce trained in fire safety will greatly reduce the risk of fire starting, and demonstrate compliance.

    By Citation based in Wilmslow, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Firefighter Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training

    Rising concerns about the effects of fossil fuels on the world’s environment combined with their increased cost when compared with alternative fuels are making alternative fuel vehicles more common on our nation’s roadways. With increased vehicle use, the chance of these new technologies being involved in a vehicular accident also ...

    By National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) based in Morgantown, WEST VIRGINIA (USA). from First Responder Classroom Training Training line

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