Fire Officer 1 Modular Series: Firefighter Health & Safety The Officer Development – Firefighter Health & Safety course provides current and potential fire officers with a basic knowledge of how to determine company-level training needs, teaching from a lesson plan, documentation of training activities, and different methods to conduct company-level training. Additionally, this course covers the basic responsibilities of the fire officer as they relate to community relations, company-level building inspections, and community risk reduction. This course is based upon the requirements found in Chapter 4 of NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. Successful completion of this course, along with the Company Training & Community Risk Reduction, Leadership & Supervision, Planning and Emergency Response, and Fireground Strategy and Tactics for First Arriving Companies courses offers the student the opportunity to apply for a Fire Officer I certificate.
Designed for: Current and prospective fire officers
Course Length: 12 hours Prerequisite: Firefighter I, or Basic Firefighter, or Firefighting Essentials Required Text: Fire and Emergency Services Company Officer 5th Edition (IFSTA)
Course number: 01-11-0151
Course Location(s): Academy, Locally via Outreach
Registration for all Madison County course is now mandatory. Registration priority is given to County agencies, their regular mutual aid partners, then out of county students. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the fire coordinator if they have registered for a course and their availability has changed.
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