Fire Prevention and Public Education

  
Fire Prevention and Public Education

Format of Program: Class presented as lecture (on-line coming soon). Hands On Program as well.

Program Length:  Didactic 5 Hours 30 minutes Prices: Contact us for pricing details

The course meets the requirements of NFPA® 1001 for Firefighter II.

Program description:

After completing this lesson, the student shall be able to:

  • Give fire prevention and public education presentations.
  • Describe a survey and an inspection.
  • Discuss the fire prevention activities of reviewing community data and code enforcement.
  • Summarize common fuel and heat-source hazards.
  • Discuss common fire hazards and why they increase the likelihood of a fire.
  • Summarize special fire hazards in commercial, manufacturing, and public-assembly occupancies.
  • Summarize target hazard properties.
  • Discuss personal requirements and equipment requirements for conducting inspections.
  • Discuss scheduling and conducting fire inspections.
  • Discuss the benefits of preincident planning surveys.
  • Explain how a preincident planning survey is conducted.
  • Explain the purpose of a residential fire safety survey.
  • Summarize guidelines for conducting residential fire safety surveys.
  • Summarize common causes of residential fires.  
  • Summarize items to address when conducting residential fire safety surveys.
  • Discuss general considerations for the preparation and delivery of fire and life safety information.
  • Discuss presenting fire and life safety education for adults.
  • Discuss presenting fire and life safety information for young children.
  • Discuss fire and life-safety presentation topics.
  • Discuss fire station tours.

Hands On 4 Hours

  • Prepare a preincident survey.
  • Conduct a residential fire safety survey.
  • Make a fire and life safety presentation.
  • Conduct a fire station tour.