Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV Introduction of Instructors
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV Student Introductions –Student Name –Fire Department Represented –Years of Service
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV Objectives- Students will apply knowledge gained from previous Structure Fire Courses and demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in the following areas: –Firefighter Safety –Scene Safety –SceneManagement –Resource Management –Incident De-briefing
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV Objectives (continued) –Students will participate in live fire burns –Students will wear full personal protective equipment appropriate for their assigned task
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV References- –NFPA 1000, Standard for Professional Firefighter Qualifications, 2002 Edition
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV One the key elements of successful structural firefighting is proper pre-incident planning. Pre-incident planning includes: Building Construction Occupancy Location of Utilities Special Hazards Water Supply Means of Ingress and Egress
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV Pre-incident planning (cont.) Life Safety Concerns Forcible Entry Requirements Ventilation Requirements Resources Needed for Emergency Response
Arkansas Fire Academy Structure Fires IV Student Activity In your group develop a pre-incident plan for your assigned structure. Be sure and cover all key points for an emergency response. Conduct your pre-incident plan by doing a “walk around” survey from outside of the structure. Present your pre-incident survey to the rest of the class.
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