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ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS

Objectives
  • Emergency scene communications
  • Incident Reporting

ADVANCED FIRE ATTACK

Objectives
  • Describe the techniques for attacking a fire on grade, above grade, and below grade
  • Advancing and retreating as part of a coordinated team
  • Foam system assembly and use

BASIC FIRE ATTACK

Objectives
  • Describe inherent Hazards related to a material’s configuration
  • Constructing a fire line
  • Attacking a fire above, below, and on grade
  • Protecting exposures

EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONSE

Objectives
  • Infection control
  • Airway, breathing, and circulation
  • Cervical collar and backboard placement
  • Bleeding control

FIRE DEPARTMENT COMMUNICATIONS

Objectives
  • Identify the procedures to follow when receiving an alarm or reporting an emergency
  • Identify how to receive an alarm via telephone or in-person
  • Identify and describe personnel accountability systems (PAS)

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

Objectives
  • Describe fire extinguisher operation
  • Have a general knowledge of inspection and maintenance of fire extinguishers

FIRE PREVENTION & FIRE-SAFETY INFORMATION

Objectives
  • Understand how to give a station tour
  • Have a general knowledge of a home/fire safety survey

FIRE STREAMS

Objectives
  • Describe the proper procedures for advancing a charged hose line
  • Describe the proper procedures for advancing an uncharged hose line
  • Understand the types of stream patterns
  • Understand the use of a standpipe

FIREFIGHTER SAFETY & SURVIVAL

Objectives
  • Understand five types of drags and carries for removing a firefighter from a hazardous situation
  • Describe the process of calling a MAYDAY.
  • Understand how to utilize various safety implements on scene, such as lighting and generators.

FIREFIGHTING TOOLS

Objectives
  • List and describe general-purpose firefighting tools and equipment
  • List and describe the safety considerations for each tool
  • Identify tools used during forcible entry
  • Identify tools used during overhaul
  • Describe how to clean and inspect each tool prior to and after use

FORCIBLE ENTRY

Objectives
  • Identify and demonstrate in a safe manner the use of tools needed for forcible entry
  • Identify the proper tool for each situation requiring forcible entry
  • Identify different types of locks
  • Identify different types of doors
  • Describe forcible entry on different types of doors
  • Describe the “through the lock” method of forcible entry
  • Identify different types of windows
  • Describe forcible entry on different types of windows
  • Describe methods for breaching floors and walls

INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM

Objectives
  • Command System (ICS)
  • Describe how command is assumed and transferred

LADDERS

Objectives
  • Describe the basic techniques for the inspection & cleaning of ladders
  • Describe the methods used to determine the correct angle for ladder placement
  • Describe and demonstrate the methods of securing a ladder
  • Describe the method for advancing dry and charged lines up a ladder
  • Describe and demonstrate the methods of securing oneself to a ladder
  • Describe and demonstrate the proper methods of safely working from a ladder
  • Describe the proper method for assisting or rescuing victims down a ladder
  • Describe the six ladder carries
  • Describe the types of ladder raises

ORIGIN & CAUSE INVESTIGATION

Objectives
  • Describe the role of the firefighter in protecting evidence.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Objectives
  • Describe the proper method of donning PPE
  • Describe the proper method of doffing PPE
  • Describe the proper method of doffing superheated PPE
  • Identify the procedures for inspecting and cleaning PPE

PRE-INCIDENT PLANNING

Objectives
  • Identify the critical items to consider when conducting an exterior building reconnaissance survey
  • Identify the critical items to consider when conducting an interior building reconnaissance survey
  • Describe the proper method for conducting a hydrant flow test

ROPES & KNOTS

Objectives
  • Identify the basic knots used in the fire service
  • Describe and demonstrate the methods used to tie fire service knots and their primary uses
  • Describe the inspection process of ropes, how to maintain them, and the standard methods of storing them

SALVAGE & OVERHAUL

Objectives
  • Describe methods of grouping furniture in order to protect them from damage
  • Describe two methods of deploying salvage covers
  • Describe two methods of storing salvage covers
  • Identify two methods of removing standing water from a structure
  • Identify two methods of stopping water flow from an activated automatic sprinkler system
  • Describe different methods of securing a building after firefighting operations

SEARCH & RESCUE

Objectives
  • Describe three primary search techniques
  • Describe the three emergency procedures for firefighter safety and survival
  • Describe six methods of victim removal

SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS

Objectives
  • Describe and demonstrate the approved methods of donning and doffing SCBA
  • Describe and demonstrate installing an SCBA regulator
  • Describe and demonstrate changing SCBA cylinders and filling them
  • Describe and demonstrate the proper inspection and maintenance procedures for SCBA
  • Describe and demonstrate cleaning an SCBA

SUPPORT OF TECHNICAL RESCUE TEAMS

Objectives
  • Describe establishing public barriers
  • Describe assisting rescue team as a member of the team when assigned.

VEHICLE EXTRICATION

Objectives
  • Identify the proper procedures to be used by firefighters for packaging and disentangling a victim at a vehicle incident
  • Identify the proper procedures to be used by firefighters for performing preventive maintenance on vehicle tools

VEHICLE FIRES

Objectives
  • Describe the methods used to extinguish a vehicle fire.
  • Describe various ways to open a hood.
  • Identify how to open a trunk.
  • Identify Automobile fuel type.

VENTILATION

Objectives
  • Describe the proper methods for venting a window
  • Describe the proper procedures for venting flat and pitched roofs
  • Identify safety procedures to use when performing a roof ventilation
  • Identify the type of roof cuts used in ventilation
  • Describe the procedures for performing a “trench/strip cut of a roof”

WATER SUPPLY & HOSE

Objectives
  • Describe the proper procedures for opening and closing a fire hydrant
  • Identify and describe the proper procedures for inspecting, maintaining, and testing of fire hydrants
  • Describe the proper procedures for testing, maintaining, and cleaning fire hose
  • Identify and describe the different methods of storing hose used by the fire service
  • Identify and describe the different types of hose rolls used by the fire service
  • Describe the different types of hose loads for supply and attack hose
  • Describe the different types of hose lays
  • Describe the proper procedures for deploying hose at a fire emergency incident

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