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ENGINE COMPANY OPERATIONS

Our Engine Company Operations courses provide firefighters with proven and tested techniques for everyone from the probie to the company officer. Our staff combines years of nozzle time along with engine company command experience to strengthen any engine company’s knowledge and fireground performance.

General Course Duration Options:

Interactive Lecture Only: Customized from 2 to 8 hours
Interactive Lecture & Hands On Training: 1, 1 1/2 or 2 day programs

Engine Company Operations Training

Course Type: Lecture, Hands On, or Lecture and Hands On Training

This course is designed to provide personnel with an evening lecture on basic engine company operations and an extensive day of hands-on evolutions. This includes hoseline deployment, hoseline advancing (1st floor, over ladders, rope raises, staircase advances), and nozzle practices. We present the common mistakes made by Engine Companies and ways to prevent them.

Engine / Truck Hands on Training

Course Type: Hands On Training

This course is designed to provide personnel with extensive hands-on evolutions that will include Engine Company operations such as basic pre-connected hoseline operations, 2 ½” hoseline operations, hose movement to upper floors, standpipe hook-ups and operations, extended hose stretches, multiple hoseline operations, and live fire attack as an operating engine company. The Truck Company portion of the course will include portable ladders, search techniques, ventilation / roof operations, vent, enter, search techniques, and several techniques for short-staffed crews.

Fire Apparatus Driver Training

Course Type: Lecture & Hands on Training

This course consists of 12 hours of lecture and Hands-On training. The lecture consists of an interactive power point and video presentation regarding the basics of laws pertaining to emergency vehicle operations in New Jersey, basic driver safety, minor preventative maintenance; apparatus check procedures, and basic vehicle driving operations. The hands-on driving portion of the training will consist of several structured driving scenarios to demonstrate competency in vehicle operations.

Fire Apparatus Pump Operations

Course Type: Lecture and Hands On Training

The 12 hour Fire Apparatus Pump Operations course combines both lecture and Hands-On training. The lecture portion includes an interactive power point and video presentation regarding the following; basic safety requirements, preventive maintenance, pump check procedures, basic pump operations. Additional topics include friction loss, pumping capacities, hydraulics, and static versus pressurized supply systems.

The hands-on pumping portion of the training consists of a variety pumping scenarios designed for crew members to demonstrate competency in pump operations, including skills to address the challenge of multiple hand lines, supply pumping, relay pumping, and drafting procedures.

Large Caliber Hoseline Operations

Course Type: Lecture & Hands On Training

Large Caliber Hoseline Operations combines a lecture on engine company operations involving large caliber hoselines and an extensive day of hands-on training consisting of large caliber hoseline evolutions. This will include hose loads for 2 1/4”, 2 1/2”, and 3″ lines as well as stretches, hoseline advancing including; first floor, over ladders, rope raises, and staircase advances, nozzle practices, and portable monitor evolutions.

FEEDBACK

“Just thought I would take a minute to check in with you guys! I looked at the pictures from our training. Man what a great time we had!!!!!!! I cant wait until all of you can come back. Stay safe brothers!”

Ryan Henderson

Charleston, SC CFD

CLASS PHOTOS

Leading Edge Engine Company Ops

All fireground operations rely on quality engine company work. OSTA courses deliver fire-floor tested skills that departments of all sizes can implement for positive outcomes.

FEEDBACK

“Just thought I would take a minute to check in with you guys! I looked at the pictures from our training. Man what a great time we had!!!!!!! I cant wait until all of you can come back. Stay safe brothers!”

Ryan Henderson

Charleston, SC CFD

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