Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Techniques for Emergency Responders - CP22199

Description

Hours: 8 | Prerequisites: None | CEU: Yes | POST: Yes | Host requirements: None

Note: This training does not involve live fire.

This classroom-only course will give emergency responders basic knowledge of aircraft incident/accident procedures. Anyone who may respond to an aircraft incident (on or off an airport site) will benefit from this course. Some of the agencies who will benefit from this course include police, Highway Patrol, Sheriff, fire fighters, EMT, Red Cross and city managers. The course will focus on the initial response to general, commercial, and military aircraft incidents/accidents. Some topics covered will include aircraft/airport familiarization, firefighting and rescue tactics, hazardous materials, preserving evidence and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) guidelines.

Continuing education units (CEU):

  • EMS: 8-Paramedic Division VI: Operations
  • EMS: 8-EMT-B Elective

Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST):

  • 2 hours Interpersonal
  • 2 hours Skill
  • 4 hours Technical

Host Agency: Ava City Fire Department

Cost: Free

To Register Contact: Teresa Tost at 417-543-2715 or [email protected]

Partners: Missouri Division of Fire Safety

Funding provided by the Division of Fire Safety (DFS) and the Missouri Fire Safety Education / Advisory Commission. State Funding sources include the DFS General Revenue (GR) Fire Training Fund and Fire Education Fund. 

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