Here is an outline of a safety program I presented at several fire academies.

 

Remember: Safety is Number One!

 

We all want to be as safe as possible:

 

It starts when you first become a firefighter and never stops.

 

Al Mozingo

 

 

FIREFIGHTER SAFETY

Al Mozingo

www.firemanager.com

 

I           The Need

 

II          General Safety and Incident Safety

 

III        Safety at Other than Firefighting Activities

            a.  Fire Station Safety

            b.  Responding to or from Emergencies

            c.  Safety in Training

 

IV        Firefighter Equipment Safety

            a.  Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

            b.  Ground Ladders

            c.  Hoseline Operations

            d.  Forced Ventilation

 

V         Firefighter Operations Safety

            a.  Search and Rescue

            b.  Forcible Entry

            c.  Roof Ventilation

            d.  Salvage and Overhaul

            e.  Vehicle Extrication

            f.  Cave-In and Excavation Rescues

 

VI        Special Operations Safety

            a.  Flashover

            b.  Backdraft

            c.  Structural Collapse

            d.  Electrical Hazards

            e.  Hazardous Materials

            f.  Elevator Usage (Fires)

g.  Rehab

 

 

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