9780134985664

ESSENTIALS OF FIRE FIGHTING & FIRE DEPT OPER (ED: STOWELL)

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    9780134985664

  • ISBN10:

    0134985664

  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-01-22
  • Publisher: Intl Fire Service Training Assn

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Summary

For courses in the essentials of fire fighting.

Foundations for success in professional fire fighting

Essentials of Fire Fighting and Fire Department Operations continues the tradition of excellence in firefighter education. It meets all the requirements of Fire Fighter I and II levels of NFPA 1001®, NFPA 472®, and OSHA 1910.120. The 7th edition offers a complete support package, including skill sheets, knot and rope requirements, and coverage of essential job tasks related to medical requirements of NFPA 1582®.

Author Biography

The International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) was established in 1934. The mission of IFSTA is to identify areas of need for training materials and foster the development and validation of training materials for the fire service and related areas. IFSTA is an association of fire service personnel who are dedicated to upgrading fire fighting techniques and safety through training.

The IFSTA Validation Conference is held each July. Committees of technical experts meet and work at the conference addressing the current standards of the National Fire Protection Association and other standards-making groups as they apply to IFSTA-validated manuals. These committees also meet in January and throughout the year as necessary. These technical experts review all manual drafts and verify that the contents are valid. Committee members are all volunteers who participate because of a commitment to the fire service and its future through training.

Fire Protection Publications, a department of the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology at Oklahoma State University, is the headquarters for IFSTA. Fire Protection Publications’ primary function is to publish and disseminate training manuals as proposed and validated by IFSTA. Fire Protection Publications researches, acquires, produces, and markets high-quality learning and teaching manuals that complement the IFSTA-validated manuals.

Table of Contents

Section A: Fire Fighter I
1 Introduction to the Fire Service and Firefighter Safety.
2 Communications 
3 Building Construction 
4 Fire Dynamics 
5 Firefighter Personal Protective Equipment 
6 Portable Fire Extinguishers 
7 Ropes and Knots 
8 Ground Ladders 
9 Forcible Entry 
10 Structural Search and Rescue
11 Tactical Ventilation
12 Fire Hose
13 Hose Operations and Hose Streams
14 Fire Suppression
15 Overhaul, Property Conservation, and Scene Preservation 

Section B: Fire Fighter II
16 Building Materials, Structural Collapse, and Effects of Fire Suppression
17 Technical Rescue Support and Vehicle Extrication Operations
18 Foam Fire Fighting, Liquid Fires, and Gas Fires
19 Incident Scene Operations
20 Fire Origin and Cause Determination .
21 Maintenance and Testing Responsibilities
22 Community Risk Reduction

Section C: Emergency First Aid, Fire Fighter I
23 First Aid Provider

Section D: Hazardous Materials Response for Firefighters, Fire Fighter I

24 Analyzing the Incident
25 Action Options and Response Objectives 
26 Personal Protective Equipment, Product Control, and Decontamination

Section E: NIMS-ICS 100 and 200, Fire Fighter I and II and Hazardous Materials Responder
27 National Incident Management System — Incident Command Structure

Appendices
A Chapter and Page Correlation to NFPA 1001 and NFPA 1072 Requirements
B Foam Concentrate Characteristics and Application Techniques
C UN Class Placards and Labels
D GHS Summary 

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