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Principles of Emergency Services, Safety and Survival 04012022 is a Course

Principles of Emergency Services, Safety and Survival 04012022

Self-paced
4.8 credits

$375 Enroll

Full course description

Course Introduction:
The course is designed to provide information about the fire service's history, modern components of fire and emergency services, and careers with in the industries. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to explain the benefits of being physically and medically capable of performing assigned duties and effectively functioning during peak physical demand activities; apply a safety regulations at the unit level, given safety policies and procedures; develop and conduct a post-incident analysis, given a single unit incident and post-incident analysis policies, procedures, and forms; as well as conduct an initial accident investigation, given an incident and investigation forms.

Instructor:
Michael Lloyd

Length:
48 Hours

Department: 
Fire and Rescue Training Institute

Audience:
Emergency Services Personnel