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* Courage to Be Safe/Everyone Goes Home: A Look Inside the Program
Credit Hours: 4 Viewing Format(s): PDF Fee: $25.00 Purchase / Take Exam
Faculty: Ron Kanterman


We need to instill the safety culture in the current and the future generation of firefighters. Here are some tools and tips for getting the safety message to hit home in your department.

Educational Objectives:
  1. Understand the meaning and intent of the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives (LSIs).
  2. Understand how to implement the 16 LSIs in their fire department.
  3. Discover how to evaluate what their department’s status is in relation to firefighter safety.
  4. Have the tools to implement change.

A Side-By-Side Comparison of New and Old Construction
Credit Hours: 4 Viewing Format(s): PDF Fee: $25.00 Purchase / Take Exam
Faculty: Scott Joerger


Two houses that sit side-by-side and look alike from the outside are dramatically different under fire because of the differences on the interior. In many cities, legacy construction prevails in many neighborhoods. Newer buildings are constructed in these neighborhoods to look aesthetically similar to the vintage of buildings they reside around. This can confuse firefighters as conventional operations in these newer buildings can be hazardous. Knowing the differences between older and newly-constructed occupancies is crucial, and this course will describe the differences and how to operate on the fireground accordingly. 

Code Enforcement: Critical for a Successful Fire Prevention Program
Credit Hours: 4 Viewing Format(s): PDF Fee: $25.00 Purchase / Take Exam
Faculty: Ben Coffman


This course Identifies the role and need of code enforcement and discusses its negative side and administrative issues.

Fighting Fires in Disposable Structures
Credit Hours: 4 Viewing Format(s): PDF Fee: $25.00 Purchase / Take Exam
Faculty: Gary Bowker


In this course, discover why lightweight wood-frame structures burn faster and fail sooner and learn the four current residential structural features that pose major risks during fires.

Halon Replacement:
Water Mist Fire Extinguishing Systems
Credit Hours: 4 Viewing Format(s): Text  / PDF Fee: $25.00 Purchase / Take Exam
Faculty: Ronald Spadafora


Are you current in fire extinguishing technology? A look at one system that can replace Halon 1301 and Halon 1211.

Response to Homemade Explosives
Credit Hours: 4 Viewing Format(s): PDF Fee: $25.00 Purchase / Take Exam
Faculty: August Vernon


 First responders will be faced with myriad challenges when responding to IED/HME incidents. August Vernon discusses how to identify IEDs and HMEs and their principle hazards, as well as how to guard against intitial and secondary attacks. This course provides the first responder with the means to respond, identify, safeguard and mitigate IED/HME incidents.