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INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER CERTIFICATE

Coursework Required
1. RN4807 – Courage to Be Safe (Same as the other links)
2. RN6742 – Florida Incident Safety Officer (45 hour course)

RN4807 – Courage to Be Safe

About Course

This module provides an introduction to all sixteen Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and assists the user in taking the first steps toward addressing these initiatives in their job and department. The module begins with a discussion of the immediate and root causes of firefighter Line Of Duty Deaths and the profound effects of these deaths on loved ones, colleagues, and the community. The module then advocates for cultural change as an important way to reduce LODD’s and injuries. To support this change, the module introduces all 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and helps the learner understand how s/he might implement these initiatives in their personal/professional lifestyle and at the departmental level.

RN6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer ~ (45 Hour Class)

About Course

This course will cover both national and Florida specific information relating to an Incident Safety Officer. Topics include: The Safety Officer’s Role; Safety Concepts; Regulations, Codes, Laws, Standards and Procedures; Designing an ISO System; Professional Development; Reading Buildings, Smoke, Risk, Hazardous Energy, and Firefighters; Triggers, Traps and Working within ICS; Basic Approach to ISO Duties; ISO at Structure Fires, Wildland Fires, Haz Mat Incidents and Technical Rescues; and Post-Incident Responsibilities.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER CERTIFICATE

 

Coursework Required

1. RN6741 – Florida Health and Safety Officer (45 hour course)
2. RN7529 – Legal Issues for the Safety Officer (45 hour course)

RN6741 – Florida Health and Safety Officer    (45 Hour Class)

About Course

This course is designed to cover both national and Florida specific information relating to the Health and Safety Officer. Topics include: Introduction to Emergency Services Occupational Safety and Health; Review of Safety-Related Regulations and Standards; Risk Management; Pre-Incident Safety; Safety at Fire Emergencies; Safety at Medical or Rescue Emergencies; Safety at Specialized Incidents; Post-Incident Safety Management; Personnel Roles and Responsibilities; Safety Program Evaluation; Information Management; and Special Topics in Emergency Services Occupational Safety and Health.

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RN7529 Legal Issues for the Safety Officer - (45 Hour Class)

About Course

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to identify the applicable Florida statutes and rules pertaining to safety and Line of duty deaths, explain the basic concepts of our legal system, the components and procedures regarding the conduct of an investigation, an understanding current litigation trends and the consequences of unsafe operations.

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RN7529
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