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Industrial Fire Fighting
    Introduction to Fire Fighting and Emergency Response
  • This course is designed for students with no experience in fire fighting or emergency response. It is an 80 hour intensive NFPA Standard derived course that is both conducted in the classroom and on the fire training field for practical application training. The curriculum for this course is based on NFPA 1081, (Standard on Industrial Fire Brigade Member) and NFPA 1001 (Standard for Fire fighter Professional Qualifications). The Course also draws on multiple other NFPA stipulated Standards that will provide a strong and thorough foundation for new Industrial Fire Brigade or Emergency Response Team Members. Customized FSA-KSA Student hand out materials are utilized as part of this course.

  • Industrial fire fighter level I
  • This 40 hour course is designed to introduce Industrial Company ERT’s who have already received some basic introductory training. The focus of this course is to enhance key fundamental knowledge, skills and abilities in order that individuals may safely and comfortably operate within an Emergency Response organization that is responding to an incident or hazardous situation. The modules within this course of training are drawn directly from NFPA 1081 (Standard for Industrial Fire Brigade Member) and NFPA 472 (Introduction to Hazardous Materials). There are 19 key Emergency Responder Skills incorporated in to the course of study also. The Industrial Fire Fighter I program includes classroom training however, has a greater emphasis on practical skills training on the fire training field. Customized FSA-KSA Student hand out materials as well as International Fire Service Training Association, (IFSTA) training manuals are utilized as part of this course.

  • Industrial fire fighter level II
  • This 40 hour course is designed to further strengthen Industrial Company ERT’s who have already completed the Industrial Fire Fighter I program. The focus of this course is build upon the knowledge and skills attained during the Industrial Fire Fighter I program and introduce a more advanced level of training for ERT’s within an Emergency Response organization. The modules within this course of training are drawn directly from NFPA 1081 (Standard for Industrial Fire Brigade Member) and NFPA 472 (Introduction to Hazardous Materials). The Industrial Fire Fighter II program includes classroom training however, has a greater emphasis on practical skills training on the fire training field. Customized FSA-KSA Student hand out materials as well as International Fire Service Training Association, (IFSTA) training manuals are utilized as part of this course.

  • Industrial fire Brigade Member (NFPA 1081)
  • This course is designed for students with no experience in firefighting or emergency response. It is a 40 hours intensive NFPA Standard derived course that is both conducted in the classroom and on the fire training field for practical application training. The curriculum for this course is based on NFPA 1081, (Standard on Industrial Fire Brigade Member). The Course will provide a strong and thorough foundation for new Industrial Fire Brigade or Emergency Response Team Members. The course will also provide the trainee with the required knowledge and skills for undergoing through NFPA 1081 Incipient Industrial Fire Brigade Member with ProBoard Certification.

  • Industrial Fire Fighter Level III – Advance Team Incident Response
  • This 40 hour intensive program is designed to challenge teams in multiple fire response scenarios. Drawing the philosophy of “Restoration of Normal Operating Conditions” (the goal of a team response), the course introduces and practices the use of RECEO size-up and response procedures - Rescue - Exposures - Confinement - Extinguishment - Overhaul. This course is both classroom and practicd, however, predominately field scenario based. The course is designed to develop teams from direct Instructor led training through to self sufficient (Instructor Observation Only) Incident Team Response. Incident response scenarios will be matched as closely to Client Company potential hazards for maximum applicable training value. Part of the course will be conducted at night and an Incident Command Response exercise will be included.