STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR1
Live Fire TrainingLive Fire Training
SafetySafety
TERMINAL PERFORMANCETERMINAL PERFORMANCE
OBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE
The student shall describe safetyThe student shall describe sa...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR3
ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES
Identify aspects of NFPA 1403 that areIdentify a...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR4
ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES
Describe medical requirements that mustDescribe ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR5
CASE STUDYCASE STUDY
Osceola County Fire RescueOsceola County Fire Rescue
July 30, 2002...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR6
CASE STUDYCASE STUDY
Flashover occurred in room of originFlashover occurred in room of ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR7
THE STRUCTURETHE STRUCTURE
1600 ft.21600 ft.2
3 bedrooms3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms2 bathroo...
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THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION
Two fuel pilesTwo fuel piles
– In open closetI...
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THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION
 Four interior safety officers in two teamsFo...
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THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION
 SAR Team encountered deterioratingSAR Team ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR11
THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION
 Safety Officer yelled into fire room area a...
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STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR13
Live FootageLive Footage
THE AFTERMATHTHE AFTERMATH
Osceola News GazetteOsceola News Gazette
November 21, 2002November 21, 2002
No charges in 2 fir...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR15
THE AFTERMATHTHE AFTERMATH
 No criminal charges filedNo criminal charges filed
 Too ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR16
SAFETYSAFETY
PROCEDURESPROCEDURES
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR17
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN
NFPA 1403NFPA 1403
-Safety is the most im...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR18
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN
NFPA 1403NFPA 1403
 Instructor-in-charge...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR19
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN
NFPA 1403NFPA 1403 Walk-ThroughWalk-Thro...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR20
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN
NFPA 1403NFPA 1403
Fire Sets:Fire Sets:
-...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR21
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN
NFPA 1403NFPA 1403
 Students shall not b...
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
Someone who is experiencedSomeone who is experienced
with live fire training andwith live fir...
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
Shall have the authority,Shall have the authority,
regardless of rank, toregardless of rank, ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR24
DUTIES OF THEDUTIES OF THE
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
Works for the ICWorks for the ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR25
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIESOVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES
Prevent ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR26
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Superv...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR27
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR28
SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Mainta...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR29
COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION
Ensure fully operational radiosEnsure fully operational rad...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR30
EMERGENCY MEDICALEMERGENCY MEDICAL
SERVICESSERVICES
Must be on scene before live fire ...
HYDRATIONHYDRATION
Students should beStudents should be
encouraged to drink water aencouraged to drink water a
week before...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR32
Gear InspectionGear Inspection
Student gear and instructor gear needs toStudent gear a...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR33
MEDICAL INFORMATIONMEDICAL INFORMATION
-Students with known-Students with known
medica...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR34
WEATHERWEATHER
 Evaluate the weatherEvaluate the weather
conditions prior tocondition...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR35
WEATHERWEATHER
SummerSummer
WinterWinter
StormsStorms
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR36
BURN BUILDINGSBURN BUILDINGS
VSVS
ACQUIRED STRUCTURESACQUIRED STRUCTURES
BURN BUILDING...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR37
Preparing for the EmergencyPreparing for the Emergency
Interior Safety, Group Leaders ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR38
Preparing for the EmergencyPreparing for the Emergency
Interior Safety Officer(s) and ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR39
Packaging vs. Dirty GrabPackaging vs. Dirty Grab
Use “Dirty Grab” ( removing FF with n...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR40
PackagingPackaging
To ensure the SCBA and other PPE areTo ensure the SCBA and other PP...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR41
SCBA and PPE RemovalSCBA and PPE Removal
Once the FF is out of the structure, aOnce th...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR42
SCBA and PPE RemovalSCBA and PPE Removal
Next the shoulder straps of the SCBANext the ...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR43
REVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVESREVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVES
We have identified aspects of NFP...
STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR44
REVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVESREVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVES
We have described medical require...
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  1. 1. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR1 Live Fire TrainingLive Fire Training SafetySafety
  2. 2. TERMINAL PERFORMANCETERMINAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE The student shall describe safetyThe student shall describe safety procedures that must beprocedures that must be implemented during live structureimplemented during live structure fire control training programs.fire control training programs.
  3. 3. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR3 ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES Identify aspects of NFPA 1403 that areIdentify aspects of NFPA 1403 that are specifically related to safety.specifically related to safety. Identify and describe the duties &Identify and describe the duties & responsibilities of the Safety Officer.responsibilities of the Safety Officer. Describe safety procedures as they relateDescribe safety procedures as they relate to radio communications during live fireto radio communications during live fire training evolutions.training evolutions.
  4. 4. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR4 ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES Describe medical requirements that mustDescribe medical requirements that must be addressed during live fire trainingbe addressed during live fire training evolutions.evolutions. Describe the effects weather may haveDescribe the effects weather may have on live fire training evolutions.on live fire training evolutions. Describe the differences betweenDescribe the differences between conducting live fire training evolutionsconducting live fire training evolutions in burn buildings & acquired structures.in burn buildings & acquired structures.
  5. 5. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR5 CASE STUDYCASE STUDY Osceola County Fire RescueOsceola County Fire Rescue July 30, 2002July 30, 2002 Line Of Duty DeathsLine Of Duty Deaths Lieutenant John MickelLieutenant John Mickel Firefighter Dallas BeggFirefighter Dallas Begg
  6. 6. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR6 CASE STUDYCASE STUDY Flashover occurred in room of originFlashover occurred in room of origin Deaths result of smoke inhalation &Deaths result of smoke inhalation & thermal injuriesthermal injuries No concerns regarding fire/buildingNo concerns regarding fire/building conditionsconditions No evidence anyone could foreseeNo evidence anyone could foresee flashoverflashover Surprised by what they saw on videoSurprised by what they saw on video Mattress could have contributed toMattress could have contributed to flashoverflashover
  7. 7. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR7 THE STRUCTURETHE STRUCTURE 1600 ft.21600 ft.2 3 bedrooms3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms2 bathrooms Laundry roomLaundry room Living roomLiving room KitchenetteKitchenette
  8. 8. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR8 THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION Two fuel pilesTwo fuel piles – In open closetIn open closet Two palletsTwo pallets Scraps or woodScraps or wood & hay& hay
  9. 9. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR9 THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION  Four interior safety officers in two teamsFour interior safety officers in two teams  The two deceased firefighters assigned as SARThe two deceased firefighters assigned as SAR  SAR Team entered at the front (east) doorSAR Team entered at the front (east) door  Right-hand search patternRight-hand search pattern  AT-1 followed them & stayed in room betweenAT-1 followed them & stayed in room between dining room & bedroom where fire was locateddining room & bedroom where fire was located  1¾” hose line with solid bore nozzle1¾” hose line with solid bore nozzle  AT-2 waited at front doorwayAT-2 waited at front doorway  1¾” pre-connected hose line with variable fog1¾” pre-connected hose line with variable fog nozzlenozzle  One firefighter on exterior to ventilateOne firefighter on exterior to ventilate  Two firefighters on RITTwo firefighters on RIT
  10. 10. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR10 THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION  SAR Team encountered deterioratingSAR Team encountered deteriorating conditions as it entered a small room off theconditions as it entered a small room off the dining room that accessed the hallway to thedining room that accessed the hallway to the fire roomfire room  High heat, no visibility due to heavy smoke.High heat, no visibility due to heavy smoke.  Both of the Interior Safety Officers monitoringBoth of the Interior Safety Officers monitoring activities of the fire room area statedactivities of the fire room area stated  They heard Lieutenant SAR team ask partner if heThey heard Lieutenant SAR team ask partner if he had searched entire room andhad searched entire room and  They heard the answer yesThey heard the answer yes
  11. 11. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR11 THE TRAINING SESSIONTHE TRAINING SESSION  Safety Officer yelled into fire room area askingSafety Officer yelled into fire room area asking if SAR Team was outif SAR Team was out  Someone answered “yes”Someone answered “yes”  No one knows whoNo one knows who  An Interior Safety Officer was to follow SARAn Interior Safety Officer was to follow SAR Team out once they exited the fire roomTeam out once they exited the fire room  Assumed that he missed them going out of the fireAssumed that he missed them going out of the fire roomroom  Began searching through the rest of the structureBegan searching through the rest of the structure
  12. 12. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR12
  13. 13. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR13 Live FootageLive Footage
  14. 14. THE AFTERMATHTHE AFTERMATH Osceola News GazetteOsceola News Gazette November 21, 2002November 21, 2002 No charges in 2 fireNo charges in 2 fire deathsdeaths State to examine countyState to examine county training on issue intraining on issue in
  15. 15. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR15 THE AFTERMATHTHE AFTERMATH  No criminal charges filedNo criminal charges filed  Too much fuel for the size of the roomToo much fuel for the size of the room  Including a foam mattress that was added afterIncluding a foam mattress that was added after ignition.ignition.  No written planNo written plan  Accountability was not maintainedAccountability was not maintained  Not enough ventilationNot enough ventilation  Flashover was precipitated by the combinationFlashover was precipitated by the combination two factors:two factors:  High fuel loadHigh fuel load  Inadequate ventilationInadequate ventilation
  16. 16. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR16 SAFETYSAFETY PROCEDURESPROCEDURES
  17. 17. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR17 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN NFPA 1403NFPA 1403 -Safety is the most important aspect-Safety is the most important aspect of the trainingof the training -Develop a safety plan-Develop a safety plan Shall be reviewed in theShall be reviewed in the safety briefingsafety briefing Shall be reviewed with eachShall be reviewed with each student prior to starting thestudent prior to starting the evolutionevolution -Pre-plan for the worse case scenario-Pre-plan for the worse case scenario -Incident Safety Officer must be-Incident Safety Officer must be assignedassigned
  18. 18. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR18 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN NFPA 1403NFPA 1403  Instructor-in-charge ensures adequateInstructor-in-charge ensures adequate attack hose lines are in place prior toattack hose lines are in place prior to startingstarting Minimum 95 gpm for each hose lineMinimum 95 gpm for each hose line  One instructor shall be assigned to eachOne instructor shall be assigned to each functional groupfunctional group No more than 5 members per groupNo more than 5 members per group  At least one member assigned as theAt least one member assigned as the interior division supervisorinterior division supervisor
  19. 19. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR19 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN NFPA 1403NFPA 1403 Walk-ThroughWalk-Through This shall be conducted prior to starting anyThis shall be conducted prior to starting any fires inside of the structure.fires inside of the structure. You shall ensure that the building is safeYou shall ensure that the building is safe and that no one has entered the structure.and that no one has entered the structure. HomelessHomeless AnimalsAnimals
  20. 20. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR20 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN NFPA 1403NFPA 1403 Fire Sets:Fire Sets: -Only one fire set shall-Only one fire set shall be utilized at a timebe utilized at a time -Once a fire set has-Once a fire set has been used up, overhaulbeen used up, overhaul the areathe area -If possible place-If possible place someone on fire watchsomeone on fire watch to ensure that the fireto ensure that the fire has not extended tohas not extended to void spacesvoid spaces Is this correct?
  21. 21. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR21 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN NFPA 1403NFPA 1403  Students shall not be allowed to be theStudents shall not be allowed to be the ignition officer for the evolutionignition officer for the evolution  Ensure that all lines are in place andEnsure that all lines are in place and ready to be operatedready to be operated  No fire shall be started with out theNo fire shall be started with out the direct order of the ICdirect order of the IC  Do not become the Headline Story byDo not become the Headline Story by failing to ensure Operational Safety.failing to ensure Operational Safety.
  22. 22. SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER Someone who is experiencedSomeone who is experienced with live fire training andwith live fire training and has a good understanding ofhas a good understanding of dangerous buildingdangerous building conditions.conditions.
  23. 23. SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER Shall have the authority,Shall have the authority, regardless of rank, toregardless of rank, to intervene & control anyintervene & control any aspect of the operation whenaspect of the operation when in his/her judgment, ain his/her judgment, a potential or real danger ofpotential or real danger of accident or other unsafeaccident or other unsafe condition exists.condition exists.
  24. 24. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR24 DUTIES OF THEDUTIES OF THE SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER Works for the ICWorks for the IC Obtains briefing from ICObtains briefing from IC Represents safety through normal chainRepresents safety through normal chain of commandof command Stops operations or vetoes plan if safetyStops operations or vetoes plan if safety hazard is detectedhazard is detected Appointed for all live fire trainingAppointed for all live fire training evolutionsevolutions Not assigned other dutiesNot assigned other duties
  25. 25. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR25 SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIESOVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES Prevent unsafePrevent unsafe actsacts Eliminate unsafeEliminate unsafe conditionsconditions Intervene &Intervene & terminate unsafeterminate unsafe activitiesactivities
  26. 26. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR26 SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Supervises safety staffSupervises safety staff Reviews training safety planReviews training safety plan Provides for safety of all participantsProvides for safety of all participants Attends & participates in all instructorAttends & participates in all instructor briefingsbriefings Coordinates with other sectors to ensure safeCoordinates with other sectors to ensure safe placement & operationplacement & operation Investigates & report in writing all:Investigates & report in writing all: – AccidentsAccidents - Near Accidents- Near Accidents – Safety hazardsSafety hazards - Corrected safety hazards- Corrected safety hazards
  27. 27. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR27 SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Ensures accountability of participantsEnsures accountability of participants Ensures evacuation plan, signal, &Ensures evacuation plan, signal, & muster area are established &muster area are established & communicated to troopscommunicated to troops Determines & designates operations areaDetermines & designates operations area perimeterperimeter – Must have proper PPE to enterMust have proper PPE to enter Immediately stops safetyImmediately stops safety violations/hazardsviolations/hazards
  28. 28. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR28 SAFETY OFFICERSAFETY OFFICER SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Maintains awareness of all activitiesMaintains awareness of all activities Ensures proper fire load & accelerant typeEnsures proper fire load & accelerant type Monitors condition of participantsMonitors condition of participants Inspects all participants PPEInspects all participants PPE Monitors heat & smoke conditionsMonitors heat & smoke conditions Observes structural integrity & report changesObserves structural integrity & report changes to Commandto Command Maintains activity logMaintains activity log
  29. 29. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR29 COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION Ensure fully operational radiosEnsure fully operational radios Radios set to training frequencyRadios set to training frequency Use plain textUse plain text Give each person call signGive each person call sign – Ensure they can operate radioEnsure they can operate radio Reviews procedure for accident/maydayReviews procedure for accident/mayday notificationnotification Safety stays off radio unless there is aSafety stays off radio unless there is a problemproblem
  30. 30. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR30 EMERGENCY MEDICALEMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESSERVICES Must be on scene before live fire activityMust be on scene before live fire activity beginsbegins May not be detailed for other operationsMay not be detailed for other operations If transport occurs:If transport occurs: – Replacement unit must be on scene, orReplacement unit must be on scene, or – Operations must be suspendedOperations must be suspended
  31. 31. HYDRATIONHYDRATION Students should beStudents should be encouraged to drink water aencouraged to drink water a week before the training.week before the training. Additionally, team leadersAdditionally, team leaders should ensure that studentsshould ensure that students drink 3-5 cups of waterdrink 3-5 cups of water during each break.during each break.
  32. 32. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR32 Gear InspectionGear Inspection Student gear and instructor gear needs toStudent gear and instructor gear needs to be inspected prior to the start of trainingbe inspected prior to the start of training Look for holes, burns, low cylinders, andLook for holes, burns, low cylinders, and damaged equipmentdamaged equipment Ensure that equipment used is NFPAEnsure that equipment used is NFPA approvedapproved Must be documentedMust be documented
  33. 33. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR33 MEDICAL INFORMATIONMEDICAL INFORMATION -Students with known-Students with known medical problems shouldmedical problems should be cleared prior to trainingbe cleared prior to training -Any student with know-Any student with know drug allergies shoulddrug allergies should advise instructors prior toadvise instructors prior to trainingtraining -Vital signs should be-Vital signs should be monitored prior tomonitored prior to training and during rehabtraining and during rehab
  34. 34. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR34 WEATHERWEATHER  Evaluate the weatherEvaluate the weather conditions prior toconditions prior to going to the traininggoing to the training site.site.  Consider postponingConsider postponing or curtailing theor curtailing the training activitytraining activity during inclementduring inclement weather conditionsweather conditions
  35. 35. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR35 WEATHERWEATHER SummerSummer WinterWinter StormsStorms
  36. 36. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR36 BURN BUILDINGSBURN BUILDINGS VSVS ACQUIRED STRUCTURESACQUIRED STRUCTURES BURN BUILDINGBURN BUILDING No integrityNo integrity problemsproblems ACQUIREDACQUIRED STRUCTURESTRUCTURE Burns fasterBurns faster Decays quickerDecays quicker May collapse withoutMay collapse without warningwarning
  37. 37. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR37 Preparing for the EmergencyPreparing for the Emergency Interior Safety, Group Leaders and BackInterior Safety, Group Leaders and Back Up Line Group Leader should beUp Line Group Leader should be familiar with RIT proceduresfamiliar with RIT procedures A MAYDAY should be called in theA MAYDAY should be called in the event of a student/instructor emergencyevent of a student/instructor emergency The person in distress ( medical orThe person in distress ( medical or equipment failure ) needs to be removedequipment failure ) needs to be removed through the fastest and safest meansthrough the fastest and safest means possiblepossible
  38. 38. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR38 Preparing for the EmergencyPreparing for the Emergency Interior Safety Officer(s) and Back UpInterior Safety Officer(s) and Back Up Line Group Leader need to handle FFLine Group Leader need to handle FF with problemwith problem Group leader that has students, shallGroup leader that has students, shall maintain PAR on them and not commitmaintain PAR on them and not commit to rescue until his/her students are out ofto rescue until his/her students are out of IDLHIDLH
  39. 39. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR39 Packaging vs. Dirty GrabPackaging vs. Dirty Grab Use “Dirty Grab” ( removing FF with noUse “Dirty Grab” ( removing FF with no packaging ) when close to an exit and nopackaging ) when close to an exit and no stairs or ladders are involved with egressstairs or ladders are involved with egress Packaging must be done, when a greatPackaging must be done, when a great distance is to be traveled or ladders ordistance is to be traveled or ladders or stairs are presentstairs are present
  40. 40. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR40 PackagingPackaging To ensure the SCBA and other PPE areTo ensure the SCBA and other PPE are not pulled off during egressnot pulled off during egress SCBA waist strap is unbuckled andSCBA waist strap is unbuckled and reattached between FF’s legsreattached between FF’s legs Straps are then tightened to preventStraps are then tightened to prevent SCBA, coat, or pants from coming offSCBA, coat, or pants from coming off
  41. 41. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR41 SCBA and PPE RemovalSCBA and PPE Removal Once the FF is out of the structure, aOnce the FF is out of the structure, a systematic removal of gear is neededsystematic removal of gear is needed Each person involved in rescue shouldEach person involved in rescue should be assigned a specific task in the removalbe assigned a specific task in the removal Helmet and facepiece should be firstHelmet and facepiece should be first
  42. 42. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR42 SCBA and PPE RemovalSCBA and PPE Removal Next the shoulder straps of the SCBANext the shoulder straps of the SCBA should be unthreaded from each othershould be unthreaded from each other After this, remove the coat and glovesAfter this, remove the coat and gloves Finally, remove the pants and bootsFinally, remove the pants and boots
  43. 43. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR43 REVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVESREVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVES We have identified aspects of NFPA 1403We have identified aspects of NFPA 1403 that are specifically related to safety.that are specifically related to safety. We have identified and described theWe have identified and described the duties & responsibilities of the Safetyduties & responsibilities of the Safety Officer.Officer. We have described safety procedures asWe have described safety procedures as they relate to radio communicationsthey relate to radio communications during live fire training evolutions.during live fire training evolutions.
  44. 44. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR44 REVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVESREVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVES We have described medical requirementsWe have described medical requirements that must be addressed during live firethat must be addressed during live fire training evolutions.training evolutions. We have described the effects weatherWe have described the effects weather may have on live fire training evolutions.may have on live fire training evolutions. We have described the differencesWe have described the differences between conducting live fire trainingbetween conducting live fire training evolutions in burn buildings & acquiredevolutions in burn buildings & acquired structures.structures.
  45. 45. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR45 END OF SECTIONEND OF SECTION ONON LIVE FIRE TRAININGLIVE FIRE TRAINING SAFETYSAFETY

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