Engine Company Operations On the Fireground 

  
Engine Company Operations on the Fireground
 
Format of Program: Class presented as lecture (on-line coming soon). No Hands On Program.

Program Length:  Didactic 6 Hours 30 Minutes    Prices: Contact us for pricing details

Program description:

Upon completion of this program the student shall be able to understad and meet the following course objectives:
    
  • Fire Spread
  • Dangerous Conditions
  • Engine Company Operations
  • Engine Company Equipment
  • Single Pumper Hose Lays
  • Pre-Incident Plans
  • Basic Coverage Responsibilities
  • Problem Buildings
  • The Chronology of Rescue
  • Fire Attack for Rescue
  • Searches
  • Types of Attack
  • Choosing Attack Lines
  • Initial Attack Operations
  • Smoldering Fire
  • Positioning of Back-Up Lines
  • Sizes of Back-Up Lines
  • Use of Back-Up Lines
  • Types of Master Stream Appliances
  • Nozzles for Master Stream Appliances
  • Water Supply for Master Stream Appliances
  • Use of Master Stream Appliances
  • Exposure Protection
  • Exterior Exposure Fires
  • Hoselines and Nozzles
  • Interior Exposures
  • Basement Fires
  • Exposure Protection
  • Exterior Exposure Fires
  • Hoselines and Nozzles
  • Interior Exposures
  • Basement Fires
  • Water Supply
  • Water Sources
  • Pumpers
  • Fire Hose
  • Supply Line Procedures
  • Standpipe Systems
  • Fire Department Connections
  • Fire Attack from Standpipe Systems
  • Entering the Building
  • Beginning Attack Operations
  • Other Uses for Standpipe Systems
  • Automatic Sprinkler Systems
  • Setting Up Water Supply for Sprinkler Systems
  • Other Protection Systems
  • Overhaul
  • Personnel
  • Overhaul Operations