Seminar/Meeting organized by
BSR
Sat, Jan 23 - Sun, Jan 24, 2021

Emergency Vehicle Operations Course

BSR Training Center

About this event

Valid driver's license and affiliation with a fire or EMS agency required.

A large number of emergency service personnel and civilians are injured and killed each year as a result of inappropriately driven emergency vehicles. Participants in this course will have the opportunity to gain and/or verify a broad range of competencies associated with the emergency vehicle driving. These competencies include basic understanding of emergency vehicle operations as well as the skills necessary for practical and safe application of driving on a competency course.

Learners will take away an essential understanding of the complexities of driving under emergency conditions, the hazards of intersections and finally the risks of backing apparatus and vehicles.

Selecting the Proper Personnel for Driving an Emergency Vehicle: This course will explain that proper personnel selection procedures are the first steps in developing an effective, safe emergency vehicle driver program. It will also define the legal aspects of emergency vehicle operations and why it is necessary to have standard operating guidelines.

Emergency Vehicle Characteristics: This will focus on vehicle features that the Emergency Vehicle Driver should know. The course will define the various types of Emergency Vehicle Inspections and maintenance programs a department must have set-up. The course will also focus on the different weight distribution factors and center of gravity when driving these emergency vehicles.

Emergency Vehicle Driving Dynamics: This course will focus on the dynamics of how to drive an emergency vehicle and stay safe in the process. It will focus on how to prevent Emergency Vehicle Roll Over and Vehicle Dynamics and Physical Forces affect the operation of these types of vehicles.

Emergency Vehicle Driving Techniques: This module will cover all the techniques needed to maintain the highest level of safety possible. It also includes how to prepare for unexpected situations and conditions which can adversely affect emergency vehicle operation. As well as defensive driving techniques that include space management, following distance and rate of closure, hazard identification and correct braking techniques to name a few tactical skills.

Course Hours: 16

Event requirements

Valid Driver's License Required. Class must be paid in full by January 16, 2021. In the event of inclement weather, the class will be rescheduled.

BSR Training Center

Summit Point, WV

Organizer

Seminar/Meeting organized by

BSR

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