Maintenance of Firefighting Skills
The aim of this training is to combine and apply different techniques of hose handling and of the application of water on fire without creating water vapor in order to rescue a firefighter in a real firefighting environment.
Maximum number of participants:
Type of training:
Equipment required per participant:
Full turnout gear and breathing apparatus plus 1 spare bottle
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:
Participation Certificate issued by FORMARISK's commission or 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.
- Port fire hose party: the safety of his team
- The hydrant man: the responsibility to act swiftly to assist a firefighter in distress and to carry out the transformation of the harness.
- This session allows firefighters to review the thermal phenomena, fire development, harness transformation rescue techniques, and how to report on the situation to the Command Post by radio, in a controlled way, and in a realistic firefighting environment.