Presents OSHA regulations pertaining to the transmission of disease from blood and other bodily fluids. The course includes AIDS/HIV training and prevention steps. Training must be renewed yearly.
Learn the fundamentals of avoiding fire risks and quick response techniques in a fire emergency. Training is designed to instruct operators and staff on how to prepare themselves to react effectively for staff and resident preservation in residential fires of different origins and intensities. Participants will be taught to understand the nature of fire and early warning systems, recognize fire hazards and how to use fire extinguishers. Emphasis is placed on how to respond in an emergency, the evacuation needs of the residents and following the facility emergency and disaster plan. Certified FVTC safety trainers use a blend of instructor-led content, simulated exercises and a written qualification test to ensure proficiency. Participants must successfully complete this 3-hour training to meet the requirements of DHS 83.20 (2) (b) Fire Safety as required by the Division of Quality Assurance, Bureau of Assisted Living.
Addresses the requirements for practices and procedures that involve the rescue and recovery of victims trapped in a confined space or in a place only accessible through confined spaces
Teaches the requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees in general industry from the hazards of entry into permit-required confined spaces.
Prepares the technician for the Emergency Vehicle Technician Certification on the inspection, maintenance, and testing of fire apparatus.
Prepares the technician for the Emergency Vehicle Technician Certification. Student will learn the design and performance standards of Fire Apparatus.
Learn the general design, performance and testing standards for pumper apparatus, per National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1900 & 1910.
Prepares the technician for the Emergency Vehicle Technician Certification Commission (EVTCC) exam and covers basic electricity including electrical theory, battery theory, meters, wires and cables, alternators and cranking motors, and advanced electricity. The workshop also covers the basic design and performance requirements of the fire and ambulance electrical system, preventive maintenance and troubleshooting.
Covers the requirements for fall protection and provides an overview of the latest information and technology available.
Train your workers in the proper and safe use of fire extinguishers. This safety training introduces the use of hand-held fire extinguishers giving your employees the confidence and skills necessary to take action should a fire occur in the workplace. Training includes fire classification, how to recognize if your extinguisher is appropriate for the situation, parts of an extinguisher and hands-on use of a fire extinguisher.