ACCORDING TO OSHA LAWS & NFPA STANDARDS
I make sure my program meets all standards while I apply the skill set I have learned while developing this program to teach this material in a simple and comprehensive manner.
* IDENTIFY THAT this is an ON GOING CHALLENGE. PULL ALL TRAINING RECORDS, REVIEW AND SET GOALS
* IDENTIFY: RESEARCH WHAT RULES, REGULATIONS, LAWS, AND STANDARDS MAY APPLY TO MY PLAN.THERE ARE SOME EXCELLENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ADOPT.
* STRESSING “BACK TO THE BASICS”…
I WILL IDENTIFY TRAINING WITHIN 3 CATEGORIES
THE MUST KNOW, THE NEED TO KNOW AND THE NICE TO KNOW.
THE MUST KNOW… “OSHA”
1. HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATIONS AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING(HAZWOPER)
2. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION TRAINING
3. OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
THE NEED TO KNOW…CERTIFICATION BASED TRAINING …”NFPA”
NFPA 1000 STANDARD ON FIRE SERVICE PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS.
NFPA 1001, 1002….
NFPA 472 STANDARD FOR RESPONSE TO HAZMAT MATERIAL INCIDENTS
THE NICE TO KNOW…?
ANYTHING NOT MANDATORY BUT CAN AID IN INCIDENT STABILIZATION.
* DEVELOP SET UP TRAINING OPERATIONS AT ALL LEVELS (ITCO)
Mandates Captains to be certified Trainers of Firefighters.
Firefighters should be constantly collecting knowledge and Data to keep themselves current on all changes
INSTRUCTIONAL TRAINING FOR COMPANY OFFICERS ( ITCO )
USING NFPA STANDARDS 1021 AND 1041.
NFPA 1021 helps ensure fire officers are ready to take command in today’s world.
IT HELPS fire service leaders PREPARE FOR multiple challenges on the fire ground, at the station, and in the community.
NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications identifies the performance requirements necessary for the duties of a fire officer and specifically identifies four levels of progression: Fire Officer Levels I, II, III, and IV.
Changes in the 2009 edition include:
• A rewritten and updated document purpose and scope
• A new skills maintenance requirement in Chapter 1
• Replacement of the term “certification” with the term “qualification”
• Revised duty statements for inspection and investigation (Chapters 4, 5, and 6)
• New Job Performance Requirements (JPRs) clarify the committee’s intent
NFPA 1500: Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program.
This essential document provides the protocols required for everything from fire fighter training, vehicles, and tools to emergency operations, incident stress, and protective clothing and equipment. we can Access the latest performance requirements for every aspect of health and safety for our fire departments by USING THE NFPA 1500 Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program 2007 Edition AS A GUIDE.
Getting & USING the new provisions for using protective ensembles, managing risk, operating fire apparatus,
Preparing fire fighters to safely control the hazards they face.
Chapter 1 Administration
Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
Chapter 3 Definitions
Chapter 4 Fire Department Administration
Chapter 5 Training, Education, and Professional Development
Chapter 6 Fire Apparatus, Equipment, and Drivers/Operators
Chapter 7 Protective Clothing and Protective Equipment
Chapter 8 Emergency Operations
Chapter 9 Facility Safety
Chapter 10 Medical and Physical Requirements
Chapter 11 Member Assistance and Wellness Programs
Chapter 12 Critical Incident Stress Program
Annex A Explanatory Material
Annex B Monitoring Compliance with a Fire Service Occupational Safety & Health Program
Annex C Building Hazard Assessment
Annex D Risk Management Plan Factors
Annex E Fire Fighter Safety at Wildland Fires
Annex F Hazardous Materials PPE Information
Annex G Sample Facility Inspector Checklists
Annex H Informational References
Tentative Interim Amendment
Chapter 1: Administration
Chapter 2: Referenced Publications:
* Organizational Components NFPA 1500
* Risk Management NFPA 1250
* Safety Officer NFPA 1521
* OS&H Committee NFPA 1500 (2-6)
CHAPTER 3: TRAINING & EDUCATION
What should be included in the program? No 1 book holds all the answers/aspects.
They are contained in numerous forms will include but are not limited to.
NFPA PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS STANDARDS
FIRE INSTRUCTOR NFPA 1041
DRIVER PUMP OPERATOR: NFPA 1002
FIREFIGHTER: NFPA 1001
AIRPORT FIREFIGHTER: NFPA 1003
FIRE OFFICER: NFPA 1021
HAZMAT : NFPA 472
LAND BASED MARINE DIVISION
LIVE FIRE TRAINING
• Added requirements concerning the use of protective ensembles for technical rescue and chemical/biological terrorism
• An updated section on risk management along with additional annex material
• Revised and reorganized chapter on training and education that stresses the importance of skills and knowledge in day-to-day tasks and the need for ongoing professional development
• Enhanced chapter on operating fire apparatus that supports improved vehicle response operation with an emphasis on safe arrival at the scene
• First-time sections on operations at traffic incidents, establishing control zones, and fitness for duty evaluations
• Added section on appointment of a health and safety officer
To Keep fire fighters safe in a high-risk profession.