Interior Firefighting Operations (IFO)
SCBA / Interior Firefighting Operations-NYS Firefighter-1 course is a comprehensive program that prepares the BEFO graduate to respond to emergencies as an interior structural firefighter under the direct supervision of a company officer. This course also assists the BEFO graduate in accomplishing the remaining objectives of NFPA 1001 and trains them as an interior structural firefighter in accordance with OSHA regulations 1910.156 Fire Brigade Standard and 1910.134 Respiratory Protection Standard. This course utilizes the IFSTA Essentials of Fire Fighting and Fire Department Operations, 6th Edition to accomplish the objectives of NFPA 1001. The program uses segments of the NYS SCBA Confidence and Firefighter Survival courses to meet the objectives of NFPAn 1001 while enhancing the students’ ability to survive a structural firefighting emergency.
Course Outline: The course will be 16 Units in length.
Starting Date: April 4, 2019
Location: Camden Fire Department
Instructor: Dennis Relyea
Class is Full
Basic Wildland Fire Suppression
Developed by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Forest Rangers and the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control for firefighters involved in wild land fire suppression. The course contents include jurisdiction and responsibilities, fire behavior, wild land fire elements and size-up, use of tools and equipment, general concepts related to fire suppression, securing the control line, and standards for safety.
Starting Date: April 13, 2019
Location: NYS Preparedness Training Center
Basic Exterior FF Operations (BEFO)
This course prepares new firefighters to operate under direct supervision in the exterior or non-IDLH areas of the fire scene. Students participate in training covering firefighter personal protective equipment (PPE), self-contained breathing apparatus inspection and cylinder changing, fire department communications, building construction and fire behavior, modern fire control research, portable fire extinguishers, rope and knot tying, ground ladders, forcible entry, tactical ventilation theory, water supply, hose and fire streams, loss control, orientation to fire origin and cause determination, fire prevention and life safety initiatives, confined space awareness, overview of first aid and buddy care, and Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations. Graduates should be committed to exterior firefighting operations only. This course will not place the student in IDLH or contaminated atmospheres.
Starting Date: April 15, 2019
Location: Barneveld Fire Department
Instructor: Ed Dudek
Class is Full