This program will look at multiple facets of leading the modern Volunteer Fire Department. The program will cover fireground operations to make you safer, company officer challenges and motivation tips and techniques, and departmental group and team building behaviors. The team of Instructors bring all levels of experience and ability into a comprehensive blend of knowledge, skills and experience to help members of all types from the newest member, to the seasoned veteran.
Instructors For The Day
Lt. John Dixon, Teaneck NJ Fire
Captain Andy Starnes, Charlotte NC Fire
Chief Pete Lamb, North Attleboro, MA (Ret.)
When: January 31, 2015
Where: Sussex Volunteer FD
25 Loomis Avenue
Sussex NJ 07461
Time: 8:00-9:00 Registration
Other: $25.00 Preregistration
$30.00 At The Door
Refreshments will be available !
This week 60 second safety is about the difference between complex training scenarios and hazing.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is for our folks that cover railways and train emergencies.
1.) How much fuel could you anticipate in a railway locomotive fire?
2.) Do you have track areas that are both diesel and electrified?
3.) What is your plan for a locomotive that may be in an area of the tracks that is very remote?
4.) What steps will you use to identify the consist and potential exposure of other rail cars?
5.) What are some of the other concerns that might be considered here? What other agencies will be involved?
This week the panel will discuss officer selection, career and volunteer and the promotional process in small or large departments.
Are we doing it right as a fire service? Would private industry select it’;s middle managers and upper level management this way?
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This week Captain Hagerty talks about an overview of fitness and it’s importance to us and introduces us to the term “occupational Athlete”.
This episode is a great place to start if you need some fitness tips and motivation for you or your department.
This week 60 Second safety talks about the impact of making rescues.
This week a small spill and fire at the pump islands. Take a look.
1.) Based upon your initial size up, how big a deal is this really? Give an initial report in the C A N format.
2.) What might be the significance of the flame appearing over the canopy?
3.) What does it indicate to you that the extinguishing system has not fired yet? What effect will that have your operations?
4.) Describe your actions, how will you handle this?
5.) What is the capability of your engine company to stop a flaming fuel running spill? Have you thought about it?