A training during which a one hour-long theoretical part is taught followed by a three-hour long practical part. Two fire experiments will be conducted: one as an observer and another as a port fire hose party.
Duration : 4 hours
Maximum number of participants :
Type of training :
Equipment required per participant :
Full turnout gear and breathing apparatus plus 1 bottle of reserve.
Equipment provided with the training:
NFPA 1403 certified instructors, a mobile simulator that complies with the 1402 NFPA norm, burning wood, a thermal camera, a mini-simulator, a student guide
Teaching materials used:
PowerPoint presentation, mini-laboratory as experience
Participation Certificate issued by au Coeur-Des-Vallées school board or school by Notre Dame de Foy (CNDF) Fire Academy.
Space required by the client:
A training room or vehicle bay at the fire station, a practical training area detached from all buildings, a steel container for fire debris and chemical toilets, if need be.
- Reviewing the basic principals of the chemistry of fire
- Recognizing the warning signs of flashovers
- Knowing the five dangers of C.O.M.I.X smoke
- Introduction to the principles of simple decontamination
- Understanding the water effect on fire
- Adopting a proper application of water and having a good holding position of the water hose
- Knowing how to safely enter a room or building
- Passing on knowledge needed to safely intervene