Haywood County Fire College Book 2012 by 6H7lTy5n

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									  HAYWOOD COUNTY
FIRE & RESCUE COLLEGE
  August 24 – 26, 2012
                                             Registration Information
Please complete all of the information required on the registration form. No registrations will be taken by telephone or
fax. Registration forms must be accompanied with all fees. Return your registration forms and check (payable to
Haywood County Fire & Rescue College) to:
                                                    Mr. Mike Messer
                                        Haywood County Firefighter’s Association
                                                   67 Academy Street
                                                 Waynesville, NC 28786

                                          Minimum Age Requirements

The minimum age for participants in the Fire & Rescue College is 16 years of age. All participants between the ages of
16 and 18 must have written permission from their high school principal. High School Release form or letter must be
returned with the registration form.

                                            Fire & Rescue College Fees
                                                 (Fee includes duffel bag)

North Carolina Fire, Rescue, Law Enforcement              $30.00 per person (includes Saturday and Sunday lunches)
Out of State and those not fee exempt:                    $65.00 tuition + $30.00 = $95.00

                                       For additional information call or email:
                                                Dee Massey 828-565-4247
                                                 dmassey@haywood.edu


Certain courses require the signature of the department chief for participation. EXPERIENCE AS A JUNIOR FIREFIGHTER
WILL NOT QUALIFY THE STUDENT FOR THESE CLASSES.
Some classes require additional fees which must be included with Registration Form. Additional fees may be found in
course description.
Students may enroll for multiple classes as long as the class schedules do not conflict or overlap. All classes must be
listed on the registration form (located in the back of the brochure). Only one $30.00per person Fire & Rescue College
fee is required for the weekend.


                                             Certification Information

Participants (except students attending certification classes) attending 80% of class hours will be awarded a certificate
on Sunday or the last day of class. Attendance will be taken twice each day of class. In order to be eligible to receive a
certificate of completion, students must be present each day of the class. Certificates for certification classes will be
mailed to students.
Location of Haywood Community College
    185 Freedlander Drive, Clyde, NC 28721


                          F r o m S y lv a , N C , Take Highway 23-74 East. Take exit
                          105 (Jones Cove Road), Turn left. Turn right at stop
                          sign. HCC on left.

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                          J o n e s Co v e Ro a d . Fo ll o w s i g n s to H C C .
Haywood County Fire & Rescue College      Haywood County Chiefs
Committee                                 Mitch Sellers         Clyde VFD
Tommy Warwick      President
                                          Tim Henson            Cruso VFD
Tony Pope          Vice President
                                          Ricky Early           North Canton VFD
Amanda Pope        Secretary
                                          Benny Arrington       Saunook VFD
Mike Messer        Treasurer
                                          Joey Webb Sr.         Waynesville FVD
Cameron Pressley   Logistics
                                          Junior Messer         Crabtree VFD
Marion Russell     Logistics
                                          Chris Carver          Maggie Valley VFD
Bob Messer         Logistics
                                          Charles Wood          Junaluska VFD
Andrew Messer      Logistics
                                          Johnny Pless          Center Pigeon FVD

Haywood County Fire Department            Jimmy Campbell        Canton VFD
Training Officers
                                          Bob Messer            Jonathan Creek VFD
Gary Moore         Clyde VFD
                                          Larry Rathbone        Fines Creek VFD
Larry Edwards      Cruso VFD
                                          Chad Plemmons         Lake Logan VFD
Shane Pope         North Canton VFD
                                          Rodney Rogers     Haywood County Rescue Squad
Cody Stiles        Saunook VFD

Alan Stewart       Waynesville VFD
                                          Haywood County Emergency Services
Justin Hoglen      Crabtree VFD
                                          Greg Shuping          Emergency Manager
Chris Carver       Maggie Valley VFD
                                          Bill Miller           Assistant E.M.
Charles Wood       Junaluska VFD
                                          Johnny Glance         Fire Marshal
Johnny Pless       Center Pigeon VFD
                                          Benny Coleman         Deputy Fire Marshal
Danny Earley       Canton VFD
                                          Andrew Messer         Deputy Fire Marshal
Tom Warwick        Jonathan Creek VFD
                                          Jim Pressley          EMS Director
Krystal Ledford    Fines Creek VFD
                                          Kirk Bizub          EMS Training Coordinator
Chad Plemmons      Lake Logan VFD

*Special thanks to Adam Ross for design
         of the course catalog.*
                                     Local Lodging
(Waynesville)
Days Inn: 828-452-9009
Best Western: 828-456-4402

(Canton)
Days Inn: 828-648-0300
Comfort Inn: 828-648-4881

(Maggie Valley)
Travel Lowes: 828-926-1732
Comfort Inn: 828-926-9106
Ramada: 828-926-7800
Microtel Inn: 828-926-8554
Maggie Valley Inn: 828-926-0201

(Lake Junaluska)
Super 8: 828-454-9667



                                         Sponsors
Bogart’s Restaurant     303 S. Main St. Waynesville, NC 28786     (828) 452-1313

Clyde’s Restaurant      2107 S. Main St. Waynesville, NC 28786    (828) 456-9135

J Arthur’s Restaurant   2843 Soco Rd. Maggie Valley, NC 28751     (828) 926-1817

Ammon’s Drive-In        1251 Dellwood Rd. Waynesville, NC 28786   (828) 926-0734

Nancy Grant             Personal Donation
     2012 Haywood County Fire & Rescue College
                             August 24 – 26, 2012
                                    Agenda

                           Friday, August 24th
5:00PM-6:00PM   Onsite registration for students not pre-registered.
6:00 PM         Emergency Vehicle Driver (EVD)
                Fire Behavior
                Fire Department Orientation & Safety FF I&II
                Fire Hose, Appliances & Streams FF I&II
                Fire Prevention, Education, & Cause FF I&II
                Heavy Equipment Extrication
                TR General Ropes
                Sprinklers FF I&II
                Water Supplies FF I&II
                Wildland Search and Rescue
                Clandestine Lab/Hazardous Material Identification (Friday night only)
                Firefighter Confidence and Survival Training
                CPR Recertification

7:00 PM         Basic Truck Company Operations
                Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
                Ventilation
                TR General Rescue Operations
                TR General Rescue Rigging
                Fire Alarms & Communications FFI & II



                         Saturday, August 25th
8:00 AM         Instructor meeting
                On-site registration for students not pre-registered.
9:00 AM         Individual Classes Begin
12:00 noon      Lunch
1:00 PM         Classes Reconvene
5:00 PM         Classes End for the Day



                          Sunday, August 26th
8:00 AM         Classes Reconvene
11:30 AM        Lunch
12:30 AM        Classes Reconvene
3:30 PM         Classes End
                      1 - EXPLOSIVES, BOMBS AND BOOBY TRAPS
                                            12 Hours
                         Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday morning
        This class takes Emergency First Responders (EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement, and Rescue) through the
different types of explosive environments and paraphernalia that make the elements work for mankind, for
good, or bad, through IED’s (improvised explosive device), bomb threats, searches, and booby traps that
the first responder may have to deal with in today’s world. The course will be presented through classroom
instruction, as well as, practical exercises including bomb search, booby trap trail, and other demonstrations.

               Captain Doug Cotton, Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office, Special Operations and
                      Hazardous Devices Unit Commander, Graduate of FBI Academy, Graduate of
                      Redstone Arsenal E.O.D. School, and Certified Bomb Technician

      2 – CLANDESTINE LAB/HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IDENTIFICATION
                                              4 Hours
                                 Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

       This course is design for all first responders (EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement, and Rescue) to be aware of
the dangers that are present when responding to incidents. Emphasis will be on the potential for a
methamphetamine lab and the hazardous that first responders face.
Instructor:
      3 – BASIC TRUCK COMPANY OPERATIONS FOR THE FIREFIGHTER
                                              15 Hours
                                  Class begins at 7:00 PM on Friday

        This course will cover the broad range of truck company operations, various duties, procedure,
personnel assignments and operations at structural fires and rescues. Introduction for methods of personnel
accountability, assignments, tactical priorities, first due and subsequent arriving truck companies will be
conducted using various student and group activities. Size-up for the attack team, equipment for each
firefighter, tactical assignments, forcible entry, rescue, water supply options, hose, nozzle, ventilation
considerations, and stream selection are some of the topics covered in class and through actual hands-on
instruction. Firefighter safety is stressed as well as primary search, tool assignments and tactical properties.
        This class is a must for the new structural firefighter or officer that has limited experience in the field
and would like to have a more effective role on the fire ground. Class size will be limited to first 30 students.
This class will involve a live structural burn. Students must meet the minimum age requirements (18 years
of age or older). NFPA 1403 guidelines will be followed, including facial hair guidelines. Requires Chief’s
signature on registration and Chief’s Affirmation Form.

Equipment:             Full turnout gear, SCBA and extra bottle. SCBA bottles must have current hydro-test
                       date.
Instructor:


                               4 – EMERGENCY VEHICLE DRIVER
                                    Driver/Operator Certification
                                              20 Hours
                                  Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

        This course deals with the safe operation of emergency vehicles, driving skills, legal implications of
emergency driving and departmental standard operating procedures. This course is a standalone certification
and is also a prerequisite to Driver Operator certification by the North Carolina Fire Rescue Commission.
Students must meet minimum age requirements (18 years or older).

Instructor:
                                   5 – FLASHOVER SIMULATOR
                                            12 Hours
                       Class starts Friday 6pm and ends Saturday at 5pm

        The Swede Survival Flashover system offers firefighters the opportunity to observe fire behavior and
signs that lead to a flashover. Firefighters must have NFPA 1403 Completed with Chiefs Signature, full Personal
protective equipment and air pack with spare bottle.


                               6 – FIRST DUE ENGINE COMPANY
                                              12 Hours
                                Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

        This course deal with considerations and challenges that an officer or first due company might face
when responding to and arriving at the fire scene. This informative class will involve class discussion on
strategies and tabletop exercises. Class is open to all firefighters, but is geared towards the officer or senior
firefighter who potentially rides in the CO seat.

Instructor:

                            7 – HEAVY EQUIPMENT EXTRICATION
                                              15 Hours
                                  Class Begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

       This technical extrication course will cover all aspects of heavy equipment extrication. Through
classroom and extensive practical teaching scenarios, the student will learn heavy equipment fundamentals,
hydraulic tools, heavy lifting and shoring, cutting, mitigating hazardous situations, patient care specific to
heavy equipment accidents, and the incident command system.

PPE:                   Full turn-out gear or rescue gear

Instructor(s):
             8 – FIREFIGHTER CONFIDENCE AND SURVIVAL TRAINING
                                              16 Hours
                                  Class Begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

This class is designed to teach firefighters confidence and survival in the most extreme and stressful conditions
in the firefighting environment. Students will learn how to overcome these stressful environments by better
understanding the limitations of themselves, of their SCBA and while working as a team with other
firefighters. Topics will include techniques for self rescue, RIT, use of the “Last Chance Rescue Filter”, and
other self rescue options. Firefighter survival training is designed for firefighters with intermediate or
advanced experience levels. Students should have a good working knowledge of SCBA and their limitations.
This training is highly intensive both physically and mentally. Participants 16 and 17 years of age will need to
have the Junior Member Policy/Concurrent Enrollment form completed for this class.

PPE:             Full turnout gear, SCBA and extra bottle (Saturday and Sunday). SCBA bottles must have current
                 hydro test date.

Instructor(s): Tim Eldridge and Ben Lunsford




            9 – ARSON DETECTION FOR THE FIRST RESPONDER (NFA)
                                              12 Hours
                                Class Begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

The first responder is often in the best position to make critical observations regarding a fire. Observations of
the first responder during the various stages of an incident are extremely critical. This course will cover fire
behavior, first responder observations, fire causes, scene security, and preservation of evidence, legal
considerations, and reporting of findings. NATIONAL FIRE ACADEMY CLASS


Instructor(s):
                                             10 – CHIEF 101
                                             12 Hours
                               Class Begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

This class consists of several programs that together will satisfy the 9s inspection criteria as specified by the
North Carolina Administrative code. The primary objective of the course is to inform current and future chief
officers of:

 • the various aspects and complexities surrounding the operations and organization of North Carolina fire
   departments.
 • understanding the basis of the procedures that govern a rating and response inspection.
 • the various aspects of the response rating system as adopted in North Carolina.
 • recognizing various sources of information that will assist departments in preparing for an inspection.

   Emphasis will be placed on ratings and inspections, NFIRS reporting, prevention and grant programs, basic
line-of-duty death information, financial considerations, and an overview of the various expectations of being
a chief officer.

Instructor(s):


                   11 – BASIC CHAINSAW FOR FIRE DEPARTMENTS
                                             16 Hours
                               Class Begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

This course is designed to demonstrate the safe operation, maintenance, troubleshooting in and out of the fire
environment. This course is designed for the Novice and Experienced chainsaw operator. Upon completion of
the course students will have a basic understanding of saw safety, operation, tree felling and bucking
techniques. Students are expected to come with the following PPE- Leather gloves, long sleeved shirt, safety
glasses, hardhat, and hearing protection.

Instructor(s): Dwayne Vigil
                    12 – WILDLAND SEARCH AND RESCUE
                                         21 + Hours (overnight)
                                      Class begins 6:00 PM Friday

       This class is presented as “hands on” with practical experience to prepare the student to perform as a
member of a SAR team with an introductory level of knowledge. Emphasis will be on navigation and
wilderness survival, an overnight practical exercise will be done requiring the student to navigate to and
prepare the victim for extrication from a wilderness environment. Students should be qualified as medical
responder or greater. This is not a NC certification class.
Students will be expected to bring:                        Clothing and hiking boots suitable for forecasted
Base-plate compass                                         weather “rain or shine”
2 flash lights                                             Non-perishable food for the overnight exercise
Small pack                                                 Backpack capable of carrying all your equipment
Shelter (large trash bag or tarp)
                                             Optional equipment:
                                                      GPS
                                                      Knife
                                                    Camera
                                                 Walking stick
                                          Other desired personal items
Instructors:           David Walker, Center Pigeon FD
                       Greg Shuping, Haywood County Emergency Managament
                       Chris Mehaffey, Waynesville FD
                             13 – CPR RECERTIFICATION
                                              4 Hours
                                    Class Begins 6:00 PM Friday
This class will meet the requirements of the American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. Adult,
Child, and Infant CPR/Choking will be covered along with AED and basic airway management. Students need to
provide proof of current CPR certification. This class will reflect the 2010 protocols.

Instructors:




               14 – GERIATRIC EDUCATION FOR EMS (GEMS)
                                             8 Hours
                                  Class Begins 8:00 AM Saturday

The proportion of the aged in society today is greater than ever before, and growing faster than any other
segment of our population. Current indications are that approximately 34% of calls for emergency medical
services, or 3.4 million emergency responses involve patients over the age of 60. GEMS represents the most
credible and complete source of prehospital medical information for older adults.

The GEMS course is innovative, comprehensive, and highly visual with:

                  Case-Based Lectures
                  Live Action Video
                  Hands-on Skill Stations
                  Small Group Scenarios
                  AND LOADS OF FUN AND LAUGHTER!

Instructors:
                    FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION CLASSES
   **Students taking Firefighter Certification classes are urged to bring an IFSTA Essentials manual to class.


                           15 – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION – FFII
                                             15 Hours
                               Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

        This course will provide practical information about the various types of building construction and their
influence on firefighting tactics and safety. The firefighter will be able to identify the general fire behavior
expected with each type of building construction, including the spread of fire, and the safety of the building,
occupants, and firefighters. Issues involving construction principles, wood frame and ordinary construction
will be discussed.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Instructor:




                          16 – EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE – FFI
                                             15 Hours
                               Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

         This course presents a wide range of emergency medical procedures that firefighters might encounter
and will help them to rapidly assess and intervene in the following types of emergencies: cardiac arrest, airway
obstruction, burn treatment, drug overdose, or poisonings. Practices for infection control and self-protection
will also be covered.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Instructor: Bradley Jowers
              17 – FIRE DEPARTMENT ORIENTATION & SAFETY FFI & II
                                             21 Hours
                                 Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

         This course will enable the firefighter candidate to become aware of the mission of the fire service,
their fire department, his/her position within the organization, the standard operating guidelines, regulations,
and the basic components of an incident command system. Must meet minimum age requirements (18 years
of age or older), and not a current high school student.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear, SCBA and spare bottle. SCBA bottles must have current hyrdo-test
                      date.
Instructor:           Chief Joey Webb



                18 – FIRE HOSE, APPLIANCES AND STREAMS FFI & II
                                             21 Hours
                                 Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

        The firefighter candidate will be presented the types and applications of hose, nozzles, adaptors and
tools carried on a pumper. In addition, the correct application of fire streams will be included. This course will
enable the firefighter candidate to demonstrate the use of hoses and nozzles, adaptors and appliances and the
information needed to conduct an annual service test of fire hose.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           Darrell Calhoun



               19 – FIRE BEHAVIOR & PORTABLE EXTINGUISHERS
                           16 – FIRE BEHAVIOR – FFI & II
                                             12 Hours
                                 Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

      This course will present the firefighter with the stages of fire, the products of combustion, and
methods of heat transfer.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           Dean Costello
                           20 – PORTABLE EXTINGUISHERS – FFI
                                              7 Hours
                                Class begins at 8:00 AM on Sunday
      This course will present the firefighter candidate with the proper use of portable extinguishers and the
demonstration of the actual extinguishment of a Class A and B fire. This class will allow the student to
complete the objectives related to portable extinguishers for Level I.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           Dean Costello



                                  21 – SALVAGE & OVERHAUL
                                       19 – SALVAGE –FFI
                                              7 Hours
                                 Class begins 9:00 AM on Saturday

       This class is designed to meet certification requirements for salvage. The course will develop a basic
understanding of salvage techniques, use of water chutes, and safety precautions.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           James Rhinehart



                                     22 – OVERHAUL –FFI & II
                                              7 Hours
                                  Class begins 8:00 AM on Sunday

         The material presented in this course will deal with the purpose of overhaul, how to recognize the
location of hidden fires, and how to expose them. The class will cover all objectives related to overhaul for
FFI & II.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           James Rhinehart
                  23 – FIRE ALARMS & COMMUNICATIONS FFI & II
                                            15 Hours
                                Class begins at 7:00 PM on Friday

       This course will present the firefighter candidate with the proper use of communication equipment
and the procedures for receiving any type of alarm. This course will also provide an understanding of policies
and procedures concerning the ordering and transmitting of multiple alarms and the action to be taken upon
the receipt of these signals.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Instructor:



              24 – FIRE PREVENTION, EDUCATION AND CAUSE FFI & II
                                            21 Hours
                                Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

       This course will cover the causes of fire and how to prevent them, the importance of inspections, and
educational programs, and how to conduct a public fire education program. Students will learn how to
prepare a pre-fire plan, conduct building fire safety surveys, and will be presented with school exit drill
procedures. Also, the course will cover the most common fire hazards and the cause and point of origin of
fires.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Instructor:



                                    25 – FORCIBLE ENTRY FFI
                                            14 Hours
                              Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

       This course is designed to meet standard criteria on forcible entry. The course will develop an
understanding of materials of construction and techniques of forcible entry through doors, windows, ceilings,
etc. Must meet minimum age requirements (18 years of age or older).

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           Bryan Buchanan
                                            26 – LADDERS FFI




                                              15 Hours
                                Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

        This class will help the student develop skills in ladder carries and raises while working alone or as part
of a team. Participants will also learn proper climbing skills while using an assortment of ground ladders up to
35 feet. Removing victims from upper elevations by ladder will also be taught. Must meet minimum age
requirements (18 years of age or older).

Book:                  IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:             Full turnout gear
Instructor:



                      27 – PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FFI
                                              15 Hours
                                  Class begins at 7:00 PM on Friday

       This class will present the firefighter with the functions of each article of protective equipment, the
leading cause of death of firefighters, and the hazardous environment requiring the use of protective
equipment. Information will cover use, maintenance, donning, care and handling of SCBA. Must meet
minimum age requirements (18 years of age or older).

Book:                  IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:             Full turnout gear, SCBA & spare bottle. SCBA bottles must have current hydro-test date.
Instructor:
                                              28 – ROPES FFI
                                              14 Hours
                                Class begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday

        This course will allow firefighter candidates to demonstrate their ability to tie varied knots and hitches,
hoist an array of equipment, and identify the proper use of rope for lifelines.

Book:                  IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:             PPE Equipment – Helmet, Gloves, Eye Protection
Instructor:


                                      29 – SPRINKLERS FFI & II
                                              17 Hours
                                  Class begins at 6:00 AM on Friday

        This class will review the principles and basic design of sprinkler and standpipe systems. Participants
will learn the value of automatic sprinklers in providing safety to the occupants of a structure. Identification
and proper use of system components that provide fire department support to a sprinkler system will be
covered. Must meet minimum age requirements (18 years of age or older).

Book:                  IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:             Full turnout gear
Instructor:

                                     30 – VENTILATION FFI & II
                                              21 Hours
                                  Class begins at 7:00 PM on Friday

       This course presents the firefighter candidate with the principles of ventilation, the types of ventilation
and tools needed to perform ventilation to various types of roofs. The student will learn the use of and need
for automatic venting devices, the methods for ventilating basements, the use of forced ventilation and the
considerations that must be made when ventilating a structure. Must meet minimum age requirements (18
years of age or older).

Book:                  IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:             Full turnout gear, SCBA & spare bottle. SCBA bottles must have current hydro-test date.
Instructor:            Bill Souther
                                31 – WATER SUPPLIES FFI & II
                                            18 Hours
                                Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday

       The firefighter candidate will be presented material during this course that will enable him/her to
demonstrate both forward and reverse hose lay from the use of pressurized hydrant and the use of mobile
water supplies. This course will cover relay pumping and the basic components of a local water distribution
system.

Book:                 IFSTA Essentials, 5th Edition (recommended, not required)
Equipment:            Full turnout gear
Instructor:           Chief Johnny Pless


                           TECHNICAL RESCUER CLASSES

32 – TR: GENERAL RESCUE OPERATIONS & HELICOPTER TRANSPORT
                                             9 Hours
                                Class begins at 7:00 PM on Friday

       This class will present the Technical Rescuer with the requirements for proper site operations, victim
management, and maintenance for all of the rescue disciplines which include rope rescue, confined space
rescue, trench rescue, structural collapse, vehicle and machinery rescue, surface water and swift water rescue,
and wilderness rescue.

Instructor:
                      33 – TR: GENERAL HELICOPTER TRANSPORT
                                             6 Hours
                               Class begins at 8:00 AM on Sunday
       This course will present the Technical Rescuer with general operating and safety guidelines when
working with helicopters at emergency scenes for the protection of on scene emergency providers, flight
crews, and the civilian population.

Instructor:

                            34 – TR: GENERAL RESCUE RIGGING
                                            15 Hours
                                Class begins at 7:00 PM on Friday
        This course will present the Technical Rescuer with the proper use of ropes and other related rescue
rigging equipment used during rescue operations and will involve the setup of various ladder and timber
configuration for.

Equipment:            Appropriate gloves, work boots, helmet, safety glasses, suitable work clothes
Instructor:

                                    35 – TR: GENERAL ROPES
                                            21 Hours
                                Class begins at 6:00 PM on Friday
       This class will present the Technical Rescuer with safe and effective methods of rescue in elevated and
below grade environments using ropes, knots, and rope related equipment. Mechanical advantage, anchors,
and anchoring techniques, and stress loads will be covered.

Equipment:            Appropriate gloves, work boots, helmet, safety glasses, suitable work clothes
Instructor:
                 2012 Haywood County Fire & Rescue College Registration Form
                                      (Include all information. Duplicate as needed.)

      Name________________________________________________________ DOB ____/____/______
      Mailing Address________________________________________________
      City ________________________________ State ______ ZIP ___________
      County ______________________________ Shirt Size ________________
      Social Security Number ______-____-______ Sex _____ Race ___________
      Employment (circle one):        Full-Time       Part-Time        Unemployed          Retired
      Phone:      Home (____)____-______                 Cell (____)____-______
      Email Address ____________________________________________
      Education (circle highest level completed) 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 GED
       Are you currently attending high school? ____yes ____no. If yes, High School Release Form required,
                                       must be returned with registration form.

      Agency Name _____________________________________________________
      Agency Address____________________________________________________
      Agency City, State, ZIP ______________________________________________
      Agency Phone _____________________________________________________



      List Four Class Choices (name and class number)
               Class #                  Class Name

      1. ____________                   ____________________________________________
      2. ____________                   ____________________________________________
      3. ____________                   ____________________________________________
      4. ____________                   ____________________________________________

Student Signature _____________________________________________ Date ____/____/______


Chief Signature _______________________________________________ Date ____/____/______


      No registration forms will be accepted by telephone or fax. Registration fees must accompany registration forms.
                              Make check payable to: Haywood County Fire & Rescue College.
                                           Return registration form and all fees to:
                                                      Mr. Mike Messer
                                          Haywood County Firefighter’s Association
                                                     67 Academy Street
                                                    Waynesville, NC 28786
                            2012 Haywood County Fire & Rescue College

                             Chief’s Affirmation Form – Live Burn Classes
          The registration accompanying this form will not be considered valid and will not be accepted without an
official, original signature by the chief of the applicant’s fire department. Documentation may be required for training
not received through Haywood Community College. These records must be made available immediately upon request
of the Secretary/Fire-Rescue Coordinator at HCC or a HCC training representative.



I do hereby affirm that the firefighter listed on this registration form has received training to meet the performance
objectives for Firefighter I, of the following section of NFPA 1001, Standard for Firefighter Professional Qualifications,
1997 Edition:



                Safety                            Personal Protective Equipment             LP Gas Burn
                Fire Behavior                     Fire Hose, Streams & Appliances
                Rescue                            Ladders
                Water Supply                      Overhaul
                Portable Extinguishers            Ventilation




Agency ________________________________________________ County ___________________________

Fire Chief’s Name (Printed) ___________________________________________________

Fire Chief’s Signature_________________________________________________ Date__________________

Student Name (Printed) ______________________________________________________

								
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