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DECONTAMINATION -Course #01-09-0009

This course trains firefighters and emergency services personnel to fully understand and perform decontamination of people and equipment at the scene of a hazardous materials release. Proper protection, as well as procedures for emergency and formal decontamination is covered.   

 

   
  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~ 585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us
(Dinner will be provided for attendees)
Sponsored by SAFER Grant Recruitment & Retention  

 

 

 WHEN:

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
6:00-10:00 PM

 

WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Rd.
Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

PINSKY LAW GROUP, PLLC

 COURSE LENGTH:

 4 Hrs.

 DESIGNED FOR:

Fire Department Line Officers (Chief, Assistant Chief, Deputy Chief, Lieutenant, Captain, EMS Officers & Safety Officers)

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~ 585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us (Dinner will be provided for attendees)
Sponsored by SAFER Grant Recruitment & Retention  

 

 

DAYTIME!
ON SCENE REHABILITATION FOR EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

This course addresses the health and safety officer’s role in identifying, evaluating and implementing policy and procedures that affect health and safety aspects for emergency responders.  Risk analysis, wellness issue, and other occupational safety issues are discussed .

 WHEN:

Tuesday                                    Thursday 
8:00 AM-12:00 NOON                 8:00 AM-12:00 NOON

April 29                                      May 1

May 6

 WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Rd.
Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

Chuck Hammon

 COURSE LENGTH:

 12 Hrs.

 DESIGNED FOR:

 Incident Commanders, Safety Officers and Emergency Service Personnel

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~ 
585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us
 

 

2014 TRI-COUNTY FIREFIGHTER I & SURVIVAL
(Genesee-Orleans-Wyoming)

As the initial entry program for firefighting personnel, Firefighter I introduces firefighting concepts, practices and techniques necessary for success within the fire service.  Based on the Firefighter Level I objectives from NFPA Standard 1001, this course develops knowledge, skills and abilities based on performance criteria for the following topics:  fire department organization, firefighter safety, fire behavior, personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, fire extinguishers, building searches, forcible entry, ground ladders, ventilation, hose practices, fire streams and loss control. The course consists of performance criteria in incident command, building constructions, ropes/knots, rescue procedures, forcible entry applications, suppression of structural fires, tactics, vehicle suppression, water supply, loss control, fire cause determination, fire department communications, fire suppression systems,  hazardous  materials, weapons of mass destruction, confined space safety and fire prevention practices.

 WHEN:

DAY
Monday
(Orientation- Student w Chief/Training Officer)
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday (Graduation)

DATE
June 23

July 7
July 8
July 9
July 10
July 11
July 14
July 15
July 16
July 17
July 18
July 19

TIME
7:00 PM

8A-5:30P
8A-5:30P
8A-5:30P
8A-5:30P
8A-5:30P
8A-6P
7A-6P
7A-4:30P
7A-4:30P
8A-2P
3P

 WHERE: Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Road
Batavia, NY  14020
 COURSE LENGTH: 91 Hours
 LEAD INSTRUCTOR: Mark Quill
 PRE-REQUISITES: Students must be physically capable of wearing SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus) and possess current medical clearance for SCBA use.  Students not possessing this pre-requisite will not be allowed to participate for their own safety.  Provision for fit testing will be available at pre-course orientation.  Student must bring SCBA face piece. A complete “Training Authorization Letter” mailed with your registration will meet this requirement.
~Call or e-mail your Emergency Management Office to register for this course.~
(Seating limited to 8 trainees per County)
 

 

 

 

ON SCENE REHABILITATION FOR EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

This course addresses the health and safety officer’s role in identifying, evaluating and implementing policy and procedures that affect health and safety aspects for emergency responders.  Risk analysis, wellness issue, and other occupational safety issues are discussed .

 WHEN:

Monday                                    Wednesday 
6:00 PM-10:00 PM                     6:00 PM-10:00 PM 
May 5                                       May 7
May 12

 WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Rd. Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

Chuck Hammon

 COURSE LENGTH:

 12 Hrs.

 DESIGNED FOR:

 Incident Commanders, Safety Officers and Emergency Service Personnel

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~  585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us
 

 

 

 

EVOC UTICA MUTUAL EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATIONS

This course provides vehicle operators with a better understanding of the seriousness of emergency vehicle operation.  Based on objectives from National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), this course stimulates the thought process to make students aware of the potential for tragedy and financial loss and of the legal and moral responsibilities encountered when operating an emergency vehicle.

 NOTE:  Saturday's class will begin at 9:00 AM

 WHEN:

Saturday                                    Sunday 
May 3                                         May 4
9:00 AM-5:00 PM                        8:00 AM or until driving portion 
                                                 is complete.  Each dept will be 
                                                 scheduled for 1-1 1/2 hr slots.
Lecture training at FTC                   Bring full size pumper.
                                                  **Practical portion will be
                                                  conducted at GCC.

 WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Rd.
Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

Bob Faugh

 SPONSORED BY:

 Shepard, Maxwell & Hale Insurance

 PREREQUISITE:

NYS Driver's License

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~  585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us
NOTE:  This course provides the necessary prerequisite for NYSOFPC Apparatus Operator-Pump and/or Aerial Device course.
*This course meets and/or exceeds NFPA, NYSOFPC, NYSDOH and OSHA Response Safety Mandates

  

 

HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICER (NFA)

This course addresses the health and safety officer's role in identifying, evaluating and implementing policy and procedures that affect health and safety aspects for emergency responders.  Risk analysis, wellness issues, and other occupational safety issues are discussed.

 WHEN:

Tuesday                             Thursday
6:00-10:00 PM                   6:00-10:00 PM
May 13                               May 15
May 20                               May 22 

 

WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Rd.
Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

Charles Hammon

 COURSE LENGTH:

 16 Hrs.

 DESIGNED FOR:

Health & Safety Officers and Chief Officers

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~ 585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us
 

 

 

DAYTIME!
HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICER (NFA)

This course addresses the health and safety officer's role in identifying, evaluating and implementing policy and procedures that affect health and safety aspects for emergency responders.  Risk analysis, wellness issues, and other occupational safety issues are discussed.

 WHEN:

Tuesday                             Thursday
8:00AM-12 NOON              8:00AM-12 NOON             
May 20                               May 22 
May 27                               May 29

 

WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center 7690 State Street Rd. Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

Charles Hammon

 COURSE LENGTH:

 16 Hrs.

 DESIGNED FOR:

Health & Safety Officers and Chief Officers

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~ 585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us
 

  

 

 

 

 

FIREFIGHTER I Course # 01-05-0019

As the initial entry program for firefighting personnel, Firefighter I introduces firefighting concepts, practices and techniques necessary for success within the fire service.  Based on the Firefighter Level I objectives from NFPA Standard 1001, this course develops knowledge, skills, and abilities based on performance criteria for the following topics:  fire department organization, firefighter safety, fire behavior, personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, fire extinguishers, building searches, forcible entry, ground ladders, ventilation, hose practices, fire streams, and loss control.  The course consists of performance criteria in:  incident command, building construction, ropes/knots, rescue procedures, forcible entry applications, suppression of structural fires, tactics, vehicle suppression, water supply, loss control, fire cause determination, fire department communications, fire suppression systems, hazardous materials, weapons of mass destruction, confined space safety and fire prevention practices
WHEN:

TUESDAY
7-10:00 PM 

THURSDAY
7-10:00 PM 

SATURDAY
8-11 AM;
11:30-2:30 PM 

Feb  4 (Orientation)  Feb 6  
Feb 11  Feb 13  
Feb 18 (6:30-10:30 PM)  Feb 20 (6:30-10:30 PM) Feb 22 (8AM-4:30 PM)
Feb 25   March 1 (8-11 AM)
March 4 March 6  
  March 13 March 15 (8AM-2:30PM)
March 18 March 20  
March 25 March 27  
April 1 April 3  
April 8 April 10  
April 15 April 17 April 19 (8-11 AM)
April 22 April 24  
April 29    

 *Course schedules are subject to change based on NYS funding & class enrollment

 WHERE:

Genesee County Fire Training Center
7690 State Street Rd.
Batavia,NY 14020

 INSTRUCTOR:

G. Patnode

 COURSE LENGTH:

 91 Hrs.

 PREREQUISITE:

Students must be physically capable of wearing SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus) and possess current medical clearance for SCBA use.  Students not possessing this pre-requisite will not be allowed to participate for their own safety.  A complete “Training Authorization Letter” mailed with your registration will meet this requirement.

  ~Call or e-mail the Fire Training Center to register for this course.~ 
585-344-0078 or jdiehl@co.genesee.ny.us