Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting Training Courses

Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting Training Courses

We offer these Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting Unit Standard courses.

They are based on urban fire fighting methods used by fire fighters that attend residential and industrial emergencies

Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting – Level 2

3283

Demonstrate knowledge of personal safety at fire and emergency incidents

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of potential hazards and protection of personal safety at fire and other emergency incidents

3309

Carry out and report on inspections for fire and rescue risk planning

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Carry out pre-incident building inspection for fire and rescue risk planning

N

Prepare and submit documentation

3310

Check hydrants and water supplies

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of requirements relating to the checking of hydrants and water supplies

N

Locate hydrants and carry out inspections

N

Carry out flow tests and complete reports

Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting – Level 3

16933

Describe the legislative process and the legislation empowering response to fire and emergencies

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Describe the process of creating legislation in the New Zealand parliamentary structure

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the hierarchy of compliance requirements

N

Demonstrate knowledge of individual role responsibilities identified in the Fire Service Act 1975

N

Identify the links between legislation, organisational policy, and operational instructions in fire and rescue services

16936

Demonstrate knowledge of community risk management elements in fire and rescue services

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Identify the key elements of community risk management across community conditions

N

Use community risk management terminology in specified community risk situations

16943

Identify principles of fire development in structures and compartments and smoke impact on people

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of:

N

The conditions leading to flashover

N

The conditions leading to backdraught

N

The effects of the harmful constituents of smoke on people

16952

Apply salvage and overhaul techniques in fire and rescue services

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of salvage and overhaul activities undertaken in fire and rescue services

N

Provide protection to property and people by applying salvage and overhaul techniques to emergency management activities

20393

Enter and suppress fire in a fire affected building

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of safe entry to a fire-affected building

N

Make safe an area of operations and enter a fire-affected building

N

Select and use fire fighting equipment to suppress fire

N

Perform support crew duties

20394

Apply basic ventilation techniques to assist fire and rescue operations

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

demonstrate knowledge of hazards, the principles of ventilation, and ventilation equipment used at emergency incidents

N

Carry out ventilation operations to assist fire and rescue operations

N

Recommission ventilation equipment after fire and rescue operations use

23406

Provide first aid for trauma and medical emergency situations

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Provide resuscitation in an emergency situation

N

Perform single casualty assessment and treatment in an emergency situation

N

Apply triage techniques to a mass casualty situation

25978

Demonstrate knowledge of rescue equipment and establish a rescue tool staging area

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of rescue equipment

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the siting requirements, rescue equipment and continuing maintenance for tool staging areas

N

Establish, maintain and make up a tool staging area

3312

Carry out decontamination procedures

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of decontamination procedures

N

Set up decontamination facilities

N

Decontaminate people and equipment

N

Carry out decontamination recording and reporting duties

Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting – Level 4

14562

Perform specialist rescues in confined spaces

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the requirements for safe working practices in confined spaces

N

Select and operate equipment for rescues from confined spaces

N

Carry out specialised rescues in confined spaces

N

Recommission confined space equipment and complete reports

16934

Apply legislation in fire and rescue services

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Give advice to the public on their rights and responsibilities under legislation in fire and rescue services

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the application of legislation relevant to fire and rescue emergency operations

16937

Apply community risk management elements in fire and rescue services

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Describe the use of community risk management elements in an organisation’s policies and procedures

N

Apply risk management elements to identified actual and potential risks affecting the local community

N

Apply risk management elements to identified actual and potential risks affecting the wider community

16947

Practice casualty care in fire and rescue services during rescue and extraction activities

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Describe the consequence and nature of injury to casualties of accidents and entrapment incidents

N

Take action to provide casualty care in situations of entrapment

N

Identify the degree of casualty entrapment and act to facilitate casualty release from wreckage

16949

Apply rescue techniques for extraction of entrapped people from vehicle wreckage

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the terminology used to describe the construction and component features of vehicles

N

Prepare vehicles for rescue and extrication activities

N

Implement glass management techniques on vehicles

N

Select and apply methods of providing access to casualties

20395

Wear and operate breathing apparatus in specialist emergencies

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the human respiratory system, and the procedures to be followed when wearing BA

N

Perform BA control procedures in an emergency operation

N

Wear BA in emergency operation situations

N

Manage BA for safe use and survivability in emergency fire and rescue operations

N

Shut down and recommission BA and specialist equipment

23407

Conduct drills for fire fighting crews

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Prepare to conduct drills

N

Conduct drills

N

Conclude drills, for fire fighting crews

3305

Operate aerial appliances in emergency situations

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of aerial appliances required for emergency situations

N

Select site and prepare an aerial appliance for emergency situations

N

Position the head of an aerial appliance for emergency situations

N

Operate ancillary systems required for emergency situations

N

Make up an aerial appliance after use and complete reports

3307

Demonstrate knowledge of elements of construction and loads in fixed and mobile property fires

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of:

N

Building construction and services in relation to fire

N

Ship construction, cargoes and services in relation to fire

N

Vehicle construction, cargoes and services in relation to fire

3316

Service Breathing apparatus equipment

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Interpret user-reported problems with BA equipment

N

Test the BA equipment

N

Service the BA equipment

N

Carry out recording duties

4651

Demonstrate knowledge of structural fire behaviour

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Identify the behaviour of structural and cladding materials under fire conditions

N

Predict the likelihood of fire spread

Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting – Level 5

14898

Exercise initial command and control at fuel fires

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the initial incident controller’s obligations to health and safety at fuel fires

N

Demonstrate knowledge required to control fuel fires

N

Analyse incident, select strategy and tactics, and prepare the IAP for a fuel fire

N

Manage the IAP at a fuel fire

16935

Review and apply operational instructions for fire and rescue services in terms of legislative requirements

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Review operational instructions in terms of legislation

N

Apply operational instructions that support the activities of fire and rescue services as statutory bodies

16944

Apply knowledge of advanced fire development in structures and compartments

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Classify the processes and conditions governing ignition and flame spread

N

Analyse the fundamentals of advanced fire development

N

Demonstrate knowledge of fire severity in structure fires

16948

Identify and control hazards in fire and rescue service operations at accident sites

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Identify and control accident scene hazards

N

Prepare for rescue and extrication activities

N

Identify manufacturer-fitted supplementary restraint systems (SRS)

N

Use safety equipment to protect rescuers and casualties from non-deployed SRS

16950

Control incident management activities at vehicle accident scenes in fire and rescue services

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Interpret and apply the legislation, policies, and procedures relating to a fire and rescue service provider’s response to vehicle accidents

N

Describe the command and control sequences used in the management of vehicle accident scenes

N

Survey, assess, and manage vehicle accident scenes

N

Maintain emergency response and preparedness capabilities

16951

Manage ventilation operations to assist fire and rescue operations

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of effective use of ventilation and its relationship to building construction type

N

Manage ventilation operations at an emergency incident

24612

Conduct an initial investigation into the cause of a structural fire

People credited with this unit standard are able to, in a structural fire:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the statutory powers and organisational policy empowering fire and rescue service personnel to investigate fire cause

N

Identify and collect evidence from the scene of a structural fire

N

Determine the origin and probable cause of a structural fire

N

Report on the probable cause of a structural fire

3284

Carry out community fire risk manager duties

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Provide community fire risk management advice

N

Apply statutory powers

N

Promote community risk management

N

Contribute to strategic community fire risk planning

3311

Exercise initial command and control at hazardous substance emergencies

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the initial incident controller’s obligations to health and safety at hazardous substance incidents

N

Demonstrate knowledge required to render hazardous substances emergencies safe

N

Analyse incident, select strategy and tactics, and prepare the IAP for a hazardous substance emergency

N

Manage the IAP at a hazardous substance emergency

3315

Carry out Incident Ground Safety Officer duties

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the role and responsibilities of an Incident Ground Safety Officer

N

Identify and respond to hazards, and report on safety during an emergency incident

3317

Exercise initial command and control at structure fires

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the initial incident controller’s obligations for health and safety at structure fire incidents

N

Analyse incident, select strategy and tactics, and prepare the IAP for a structure fire

N

Manage the IAP at a structure fire

4652

Explain principles of structural fire

People credited with this unit standard are able to explain fundamentals of:

N

 The process of fire development

N

Fire severity in building compartment fires

N

Fire behaviour tests

N

Fire growth models

Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting – Level 6

10617

Exercise command at multiple crew emergency incidents

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge required for commanding multiple crews at emergency incidents

N

Analyse incidents, review strategy and tactics, and assume command of multiple crews at an emergency incident

N

Develop the IAP and request resources for multiple crews at an emergency incident

N

Direct and coordinate multiple crews at an emergency incident

16938

Incorporate community risk management elements into fire and rescue services planning

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Evaluate existing and design new risk management treatments for actual and potential risks affecting the local community

N

Evaluate existing and design new risk management treatments for actual and potential risks affecting the wider community

N

Review applied treatments and provide feedback

16953

Substantiate, determine, and report on the cause of structural fires

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate knowledge of the statutory powers and organisational policy empowering fire and rescue service personnel to investigate fire cause

N

Identify, gather, control, and retain evidence from the scene of a structural fire

N

Determine the area of fire origin, establish fire cause, and develop a profile of related events for a structural fire

N

Report on the cause of a structural fire

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