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Total Art of Firefighting Skill Training DVD SET - on 6 DVDs
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Total Art of Firefighting Skill Training DVD SET - on 6 DVDs

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Product Description:

Over 10 hours of training on 6 DVD's

 

Firefighting is dangerous. Firefighters must perform physically challenging work in a dynamic and hazardous environment. Each year firefighters loose their lives after being caught by rapidly
 
deteriorating conditions inside burning buildings, road conditions, traffic or medical conditions such as heart attack.. It is essential that firefighters be capable of recognizing the signs indicating
 
 potential danger and be proficient in the tactical operations required to mitigate these hazards.
 
 
Included Features in this training DVD set:
 

FIRE BEHAVIOUR

FIRE SAFETY TECHNIQUES & AWARENESS

P.P.E & S.C.B.A.

YOUR P.A.S.S. DEVICE

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

STRETCHING & ADVANCING HANDLINE TECHNIQUES

FLASHOVER & BACKDRAFT AWARENESS TECHNIQUES

STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTING SKILLS

LADDERS , RESCUE , FORCIBLE ENTRY

ROOF VENTILATION TECHNIQUES

ROPES & KNOTS

- ( I will show you how to tie knots as well as knot equipment )

VENTILATION TEAMS

FIGHTING CAR FIRES

VICTIM SEARCH & RESCUE TECHNIQUES

WILDFIRE BEHAVIOUR & SAFETY

WILDFIRES & WEATHER

WILDFIRE FIREFIGHTING TECHNIQUES

HAZMAT AWARENESS TRAINING

AS SO MUCH MORE

PLEASE FOR MORE INDEPTH LOOK INTO WHAT YOU WILL GET,

KEEP READING

 

BY VIDEO INSTRUCTION:

 

FIRE BEHAVIOUR & SAFETY

WHAT ELEMENTS ARE NEEDED TO  HAVE FIRE   FIRE BEHAVIOUR  

 THE FIRE TRIANGLE & TETRAHEDRON  

HISTORY OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS  

 LEARN ABOUT CLASS - A, B, C, D  FIRES

FIRE SAFETY

TYPES (CLASSES) OF FIRES EXTINGUISHERS

EXTINGUISHER RATING SYSTEM

HOW TO READ & UNDERSTAND THE LABEL

READING SMOKE

ABOUT CARBON DIOXIDE

ABOUT SMOKE DETECTORS

FIRE BEHAVIOUR

HOW TO SELECT AN EXTINGUISHER

HOW TO USE AN EXTINGUISHER

P.A.S.S. TECHNIQUE

EXTINGUISHING METHODS

WHERE TO PLACE YOUR EXTINGUISHERS

HOW TO INSPECT YOUR EXTINGUISHER

SETTING UP A EVACUATION PLAN

ALSO MORE MATERIALS ON:

  • FIRE BEHAVIOUR
  • ¬†
  • FIRE SAFETY
  • ¬†
  • FIRE SCENE COMMUNICATIONS
  • ¬†
  • PERSONAL PERTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
  • ¬†
  • CARE & MAINTENANCE OF BUNKER GEAR
  • ¬†
  • SCBA & SAFETY
  • ¬†
  • RESCUE
  • ¬†
  • EXTINGUISHERS
  • ¬†
  • READING SMOKE
  • ¬†
  • BACKDRAFT
  • ¬†
  • FLASHOVER
  • ¬†
  • CARBON DIOXIDE
  • ¬†
  • ¬†SAFETY DRIVING
  • ¬†
  • EMERGENCY VEHICLE SAFETY

 

VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS ON:

 

YOUR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)

‚ÄĘ MAINTAINING THE SAFE OPERATIONS OF YOUR SCBA

‚ÄĘ AVOIDING HAZARDS

  • ¬†DONNING & DOFFING PROCEEDURES
  • ¬†
  • HANDLING EQUIPMENT EMERGENCIES
  • ¬†
  • HAZARD AVOIDANCE SKILLS
  • ¬†
  • TECHNIQUES TO USE IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY
  • ¬†

 The safe and effective movement of the handline team into the fire area;

Coordinating the attack with the ventilation team;

The methods for keeping the handline moving, with an emphasis on inter-company communication.

Size up, know where the fire is going, and how you are going to push it out and away from any potential victims.

Communication with Ventilation Teams 

Identify the important considerations in stretching attack handlines

Horizontal versus vertical stretches and loads,

estimating accurate hose lengths -   based on the building, stair configurations

How to affect the stretch, as well as common stretching pitfalls and how to avoid them.

The safe and effective movement of the handline team into the fire area;

Searching for victims is a task that often places firefighters at risk, especially when searching near the seat of the fire without the protection of a charged handline.

You will learn how to plan your searches, co-ordinate them with other fireground tasks, adapt them to changing conditions, and execute them as safely as possible.

You will also learn about proper communications, tactics and procedures

Firefighters should know the definition of flashover, and safety measures; they should know the warning signs of this danger heat in smoke and rollover. Also firefighters

must know how to delay flashover - a room bursting into flames. And most important for firefighters' safety and survival, they must know defensive firefighting procedures 

How to search and stay alive.

 

  • Tools and safe roof positioning;
  • Identifies hazards and signs of roof weaknesses;¬†
  • It describes the basic approach to operating on a peaked roof
  • conducting ventilation operations safely and efficiently.
  • roof styles often encountered by fire personnel, equipment needs,
  • roof access,
  • types of cuts required for successful ventilation.
  • Fireground safety procedures are constantly addressed,
  • proper tool use and roof movement.¬†
 
‚Äʬ†Car Fires are¬†a Common Response Faced by Every Department

‚Äʬ†Be Aware of Hidden Dangers

‚Äʬ†Learn the Techniques to Extinguish the Fire Safely
 
 
Be aware of the hidden dangers‚ÄĒfrom flammable liquids to exploding components to oncoming traffic‚ÄĒand how to protect yourself by wearing the proper
equipment, employing the correct tactics, and operating with adequate resources.
See from actual car fires how magnesium reacts to water, what happens when the fire reaches the fuel tank, how to spot apparatus, how to approach the scene,
and the best ways to open hoods and trunks.

Size up, know where the fire is going, and how you are going to push it out and away from any potential victims.

My DVD Video also outlines the various techniques and procedures for effectively deploying and operating the attack handline.

The video also describes :

the nozzle team, the role of each member of the team, the techniques for advancing the "line,"
and the use of nozzles.
Safety issues, teamwork on the importance communications is also addressed in my video.

ROPES & KNOTS:

  1. 1.      Types Of Ropes:

  

  1. A.     Life Safety
  2. B.     Utility

  

  1. 2.      Rope Materials:

  

  1. A.     Nylon
  2. B.     Polyester
  3. C.     Polypropylene
  4. D.    Polythylene
  5. E.     Manilla
  6. F.      Cotton
  7. G.    Kevlar/Aramind
  8. H.    H-Spectra/Polyethylene

  

  1. 3.      Rope Construction:

  

  1. A.     Laid (twisted)
  2. B.     Braided
  3. C.     Braid-on-Braid
  4. D.    Kernmantle

 

YOU WILL ALSO GET REAL LIFE DEMONSTRATIONS THAT TAKES YOU STEP BY STEP THROUGH TYING 3 OF THE MAJOR KNOT INVOLVED IN FIREFIGHTING, SUCH AS:

THE BOWLINE KNOT

THE CLOVE HITCH KNOT

THE SHEETS BEND (BECKETS BEND) KNOT

 

 ALSO LEARN BY DEMONSTRATIONS, HOW TO USE THESE KNOTS IN TYING, RAISING AND LOWERING FIREFIGHTER GEAR & EQUIPMENT SUCH AS:

PRESSURE FANS

LADDERS

HOSELINES

CHARGED HOSELINES

PIKE POLES

AXES

Etc.

 

ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS VIDEO:

 

  • ¬†¬†INSPECTING, EXAMINING YOUR ROPES
  • ¬†
  • IDENTIFY DAMAGE OF ROPES, KNOWLEDGE LEARNED OF TYPES OF DAMAGE
  • ¬†

 

 

  • CARING, REPAIRING, YOUR ROPE

 

WILDLAND FIREFIGHTING

SAFETY & AWARENESS

FIRE TETRAHYDRON

IGNITION PROPERTIES

HEAT,

OXYGEN,

FUEL

CHARACTERISTICS OF FIRE SPREAD

FACTORS INVOLVED IN INFLUENCING FIRE

HEAT TRANSFER PROPERTIES

CONDUCTION

CONVENTION

RADIATION

FUELS

FUEL LOADING

MOISTURE CONTENT

SIZE & SHAPE

FUEL LOADING

WEATHER

TEMPERATURE OF FUELS

WIND

RELATIVE HUMIDITY

TOPOGRAPHY

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

ASPECT

SLOPE

POSITION OF FIRE

SHAPE OF COUNTRYSIDE: Eg: Steep Canyon

ELEVATION

 

ALSO LEARN ABOUT

INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES

LEARN ABOUT FIRE, WHAT MAKES IT TICK

LEARN TO KNOW YOUR ENVIRONMENT

AND STAY SAFE

  

 

WEATHER'S ROLE IN FIRE BEHAVIOUR

WARNING SIGNS

3 - KEY TOPIC AREAS:

MOISTURE

ATMOSPHERIC STABILITY

WINDS

TYPES OF WINDS:

GENERAL WINDS

THUNDERSTORM WINDS

LOCALIZED WINDS

ATMOSPHERIC BREAKDOWN:

CIRCULATION CELLS

LOW/HIGH PRESSURES

GRADIENT WINDS

AIR MASS - FRONTS

WAVES

PRESSURE DIFFERENTIALS

THUNDERSTORMS:

TRIGGER DEVICES

INSTABLILITY

MOISTURE

3-STAGES OF A THUNDERSTORM:

TOWERING CUMILOUS (CLOUD) STAGE

MAQVOUR STAGE

DISAPAITING STAGE

UP/DOWN DRAFTS

WINDS:

LOCAL WINDS,

MONO

NORTH WINDS

EAST WINDS

SANTA ANA WINDS

CHINOOK WINDS

MOISTURE FACTORS:

REALATIVE HUMIDITY (RH)

HIGH/LOW MOISTURE CONTENT

HOW TO CALCULATE RH

WATER IN AIR                      X  100  = RH

WATER AIR COULD

HOLD IF SATURATED

 

ATMOSPHERE STABILITY:

NIGHT INVERSION

AIR LAYER

FIRE WUERLS

THERMAL BELT

SPOT FIRES

DUST DEVILS

COVERS ALL WEATHER

TEMPERATURE OF FUELS

WIND

RELATIVE HUMIDITY

TOPOGRAPHY

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

ASPECT

SLOPE

POSITION OF FIRE

SHAPE OF COUNTRYSIDE: Eg: Steep Canyon

ELEVATION

ALSO YOU WILL GET

GLOSSARY OF WILDFIRE TERMS

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: GENERAL AWARENESS AND FAMILIARIZATION

This video provides general awareness and familiarization of the Hazardous Materials Regulations and communication requirements, e.g., proper shipping name, hazard class,

and warning labels and placards. This video may be used to meet the hazardous materials General Awareness training requirement in 49 CFR, §172.704.

 

RESPONDING TO ACCIDENTS INVOLVING COMMERCIAL EXPLOSIVES INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO

This video makes emergency responders aware of the basic procedures to follow in dealing with incidents involving commercial explosives, from identifying the explosives

to controlling the scene.

 

TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS -TRAINING MODULES

The HazMat Module permits hazardous materials incidents to be thoroughly profiled for incident management analysis and response strategy development.

It collects relevant information on:

  • Hazardous materials identification
  • Container information
  • Release amounts and location
  • Actions taken
  • Mitigating factors

In addition, aggregated data on hazardous materials incidents will provide invaluable information that can be used by policy makers who develop regulations for the storage, use,

and transportation of hazardous materials. It can also be used to develop recommended guidance for emergency personnel response to HazMat incidents.

 

PLUS SO MUCH MUCH MORE!

 

 

THIS DVD HAS GREAT VIDEO FOOTAGE AND DEMONSTRATIONS.

INTRODUCTION TO WILDFIRES

WILDFIRE QUALIFICATIONS

FIRE BEHAVIOUR & SAFETY

WILDFIRE BEHAVIOUR & SEVERITY

HEALTH & SAFETY MANUAL

LIGHTENING SAFETY

FATIGUE AWARENESS

FOREST SERVICE HANDBOOK

DEPARTMENT MANUAL ON WILDFIRES

IGNITION & FIRING

SMOKE COUNTERMEASURES

COMMUNICATIONS

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS

ADVANCED RADIO COMMUNICATIONS

WILDFIRE POWER SAWS

TASKBOOKS ON FALLERS - A,B & C

HEAVY EQUIPMENT FOR WILDFIRES

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS

ATV'S USAGE IN WILDFIRES

FIELD MANAGERS GUIDE

 AIRCRAFT SAFETY

AIRCRAFT DISPATCHER

AIR OPERATIONS TASKBOOK

EARTHMOVING HEAVY EQUIPMENT MANUAL

RESOURCE ADVISOR'S GUIDE

I.R.P.G. POCKETBOOK

CREW BOSS

ENGINE BOSS

ADVANCED TRAINING

FIRE MODELING SYSTEM PROGRAM

FIRE EFFECTS GUIDE

WILDFIRE SIMULATOR PROGRAM

ESTABLISHING A PREVENTION PROGRAM GUIDE

WILDFIRE PREVENTION STRATEGY GUIDE

SETTING UP DISPLAYS & EXHIBITS GUIDE

EVENT MANAGEMENT GUIDE

LIGHTENING SAFETY & QUIZ

KIDS LEARNING GAME ON WILDFIRES

ALSO LEARN WHAT WENT WRONG AT OTHER WILDFIRES THAT COST HUMAN LIVES

 

 

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: GENERAL AWARENESS AND FAMILIARIZATION

This video provides general awareness and familiarization of the Hazardous Materials Regulations and communication requirements, e.g., proper shipping name, hazard class,

and warning labels and placards. This video may be used to meet the hazardous materials General Awareness training requirement in 49 CFR, §172.704.

 

RESPONDING TO ACCIDENTS INVOLVING COMMERCIAL EXPLOSIVES INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO

This video makes emergency responders aware of the basic procedures to follow in dealing with incidents involving commercial explosives, from identifying the explosives

 to controlling the scene.

 

 

TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS -TRAINING MODULES

The HazMat Module permits hazardous materials incidents to be thoroughly profiled for incident management analysis and response strategy development. It collects relevant information on:

  • Hazardous materials identification
  • Container information
  • Release amounts and location
  • Actions taken
  • Mitigating factors

In addition, aggregated data on hazardous materials incidents will provide invaluable information that can be used by policy makers who develop regulations for the storage, use,

and transportation of hazardous materials. It can also be used to develop recommended guidance for emergency personnel response to HazMat incidents.

 

Last Updated: Wednesday, 19 September 2018 05:04