2019 PFANJ "HOT" TRAINING REGISTRATION
WHERE:
Duck Town Tavern--2400 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 0840

WHEN:
May 28th, 2019-Tuesday

TIME:
Engine Company Emergencies: 0900-1200 Hrs. or 1300-1600 Hrs.
Truck Company Challenges: 0900-1200 Hrs. or 1300-1600 Hrs.
*Space is limited to 20 students per class*

* PLEASE ARRIVE 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF YOUR SESSION*

Engine Company Emergencies

The modern fire ground allows little room for error. The Engine Company needs to be able to perform under pressure and rapidly manage emergencies that prevent forward progress of the hose line. The “Engine Company Emergencies” program aims to challenge members with potential emergencies, and provide them with street smart, realistic solutions. Topics to be covered include:

“Curbside Emergencies” - focusing on the Chauffeur’s role in managing pump failures, water supply obstacles, and burst hose lengths

“Close Quarter Combat”- covering techniques and strategies for hose line management in the face of adverse building conditions; such as hoarding, illegal subdivisions, and buildings in transition.

“Going Remote”- providing common sense solutions for extending hose lines of different diameters to effectively meet the seat of the fire.

Truck Company Challenges
Truck company members are constantly being met with obstacles, both as a team and as individuals. Their ability to function effectively in the face of adversity is critical to gaining control of the fire and allowing for successful extinguishment efforts. The “Truck Company Challenges” program addresses a host of fire ground hurdles that stand in the way of the Truck Company’s Mission; and provides students with realistic and proven skills to overcome them. Topics to be covered include:

“Making the Rear”- looking at the role of the Outside Vent Man (OVM) and how features like barricades, landscaping, and construction features affect their ability to access the C-Side.

“From the Inside Out”- addressing the challenging reality of transitioning victims out of the fire building from above and below grade positions...specifically as part of VES situations where no other options for removal exist.

“Work at Height”- reviewing strategies and tactics for vertical ventilation on steep/difficult pitched roofs.

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