Programs provided to TMLIRP member entities only at no additional charge.Registration Required
This training is designed to review the driving habits and conduct of personnel operating emergency vehicles, and to increase driver awareness using discussion of actual situations in a classroom environment. Following 3 hours of classroom instruction, students will participate in 3 hours of hands-on exercises from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1002. These will consist of low speed exercises to test the driver's skill in maneuvering a vehicle through close clearances and test knowledge of the many factors that can affect control of a vehicle. Hands-On Vehicle Operations for Fire and EMS increases awareness of exposures so that personnel operate and arrive at scenes safely. Participating departments will be required to bring at least one apparatus of their choice for their drivers to use during the hands-on portion of training. Goals and Objectives - Hands-On Vehicle Operations for Fire and EMS helps to prevent accidents and injuries by increasing awareness of employee roles during vehicle operations and improving decision-making skills. Participants will learn and discuss:
Who should attend? Personnel operating emergency vehicles or any motorized equipment assigned to the emergency response team, including all full-time and volunteer fire and EMS personnel. Law enforcement officers will find many portions of this program applicable to their situations. NOTE: Fire Department personnel may receive Level 2 continuing education credit. Volunteer firefighters may receive State Firemen's & Fire Marshals' Association certification (SFFMA) credit. Law enforcement personnel receive TCOLE credit.
Port Neches Central Fire Station606 MagnoliaPort Neches, Texas 77651
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