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Verify your FFIRE Certificate
The first level of Hazmat training is the first responder or awareness level. At this level, you typically are the first to discover a hazardous material spill and begin the emergency sequence. You must notify the proper authorities and wait for them to arrive. At this level you should know how to identify hazardous materials and what risks they pose.
The second level of Hazmat training is the operations level. At this level, you will be one of the first people to respond to the incident after it has been reported. You will help to protect the area, including the environment and people, and know how to prevent exposure.
The third, or technicians level of Hazmat training is for those who have finished first- and second-level training and are interested in a more hands-on role. You will learn to prevent the further spread of the hazardous material and stop its release.
The fourth and highest level of Hazmat training is the incident commander. Incident commanders are in charge of the hazardous material release site. They must know how to implement the employer's Incident Command System and Emergency Response Plan, according to Hazmat Solutions.
Technical rescue is the application of special knowledge, skills and equipment to safely resolve unique and/or complex rescue situations
Confined Space Rescue Training Program
Identify confined spaces in the workplace.
High Angle Rope Rescue
Describe different types of trench collapse.
Industrial Firefighting & Emergency Response
When industry is faced with accidents, disasters, and other in-plant emergencies, you must have the knowledge and skills to quickly and efficiently mitigate these situations.
Our training is designed to address these specific industry needs using the most advanced methodologies available in the fire training world.
Industrial Fire Brigade Training
This course provides you with practical training under real fire conditions with your emergency response leaders providing the instructions. The curriculum is custom-designed to meet a client's specific training needs.
Clients may choose from the following areas of interest:
advanced classroom and/or field evolutions.
Based on the customer’s needs, this course can be 8 to 40 hours in length.
There are no prerequisites for this class
Firefighter safety and survival
Incident safety officer
Emergency operation center
Command and control course and EOC
Live fire training
This course is appropriate for all industrial emergency response personnel, including fire prevention, suppression, control, and safety personnel. Other potential attendees could include: