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503 - Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations

District:
County: Lake
Location: Saint John Vfd

Start Time:
04-23-2015 6:00 pm
End Time:
04-23-2015 10:00 pm
Cut Off:
04-23-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
46    [View List]
Location:
Saint John Vfd

Hazardous Material Awareness and Operations

St. John FD

4/23/15  6p-10p

4/28/15  6p-10p

4/30/15  6p-10p

5/5/15  6p-10p

5/7/15  6p-10p

5/9/15  8a-4p

5/16/15  8a-4p  State Skills Test

6/3/15  6p-9p  State Written Test

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Traffic Incident Management

District:
County: Johnson
Location:
Instructors: Loren Tewes(lorentewes)  

Start Time:
04-25-2015 8:00 am
End Time:
04-25-2015 12:00 pm
Cut Off:
04-25-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
0
Attachment:
traffic management

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SAR 200 Ground Search III (Awareness)

District:
County: Johnson
Location: Camp Atterbury
Instructors: Chip Sunier(csunier)  

Start Time:
04-25-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
04-25-2015 5:00 am
Cut Off:
04-25-2015
Capacity:
20
Registered:
16    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury

The original class date of 4/18 & 19/2015 was canceled due to a scheduling conflict.

Students from the original class should register for this new date.

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201- D/O Pumper

District:
County: Lake
Location: Gary Fd

Start Time:
04-27-2015 8:00 am
End Time:
04-27-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
04-27-2015
Capacity:
40
Registered:
39    [View List]
Location:
Gary Fd

D/O Pumper and Mobile Water Supply

Location:  Ivy Tech-Gary Campus

Dates:

April 27

April 28

April 29

April 30

May 1

Students must make one of the following for mandatory skills practice

May 2*

May 4*

Students must make one of the following for skills testing

May 11

May 13

Written Test:  May 15th

 

Students must successfully complete 56 hours of training and pass the written test for state certification

 

 

All class times are from 0800-1700hrs

 

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106 - Mobile Live Fire Training Trailer Unit

District:
County: Fulton
Location: Rochester Fire Department
Instructors: John Grolich(jgrolich)  

Start Time:
04-29-2015 6:00 pm
End Time:
04-29-2015 12:00 am
Cut Off:
04-29-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
0

THE MOBILE LIVE FIRE TRAINER IS IN THE DISTRICT THROUGH THE END OF JUNE.  IT WILL BE AT ROCHESTER FIRE TILL THE END OF APRIL ANY DEPARTMENT WANTING TO US E THE TRAINER SHOULD CONTACT KRAIG SMITH 574-835-0301 TO SCHEDULE A TIME.

ALSO THE TRAINER WILL BE AT PENN FIRE FOR MAY AND BRISTOL FIRE FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, PLEASE WATCH THE WEBSITE FOR FURTHER DETAILS FOR TRAINING.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT JOHN GROLICH, DISTRICT COORDINATOR 574-933-3352

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Bakken Crude Oil Transportation Emergencies

District:
County: LaPorte
Location:

Start Time:
04-30-2015 8:30 am
End Time:
04-30-2015 11:30 am
Cut Off:
04-30-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
4    [View List]

Bakken Crude Oil Transportation Emergencies (Railroad)

April 30th  8:30-11:30a

Location:

Laporte County Government Center

 

Pre-incident planning of crude oil movement will provide a mechanism for making effective and informed decisions in advance of an emergency. It allows responders to gather valuable information prior to an emergency. Periodic review will provide timely and accurate information that can be useful during a hazardous materials emergency. Pre-planning provides a tool for response agencies to begin the collaborative process of emergency planning.

Responders should develop comprehensive hazardous materials pre-plans for transportation emergencies involving both rail and over the road as well as the potential impact on towns, communities, and facilities where those products are moved or handled. Important preparedness elements include:

  • Emergency contacts and notifications
  • Location/exposures
  • Emergency response resources
  • Type of construction
  • Type of business/process
  • Water supply
  • Facility access
  • Communications and security
  • Electrical/gas shutoffs
  • Water shutoffs and sprinklers
  • Location/type/quantity of chemicals and their hazards
  • Emergency medical support  availability
  • Work schedules/number of employees on site
  • Emergency resources on site
  • Contingency plans for fixed facilities
  • Protective clothing available on site
  • Vulnerability of surrounding area/ability to evacuate
  • Adjacent facilities and other exposures that cannot be evacuated or shut down
  • Compatibility of resources
  • Waterways and storm sewers, particularly those that empty into a waterway
  • Public information and notification plans

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Bakken Crude Oil Transportation Emergencies

District:
County: Porter
Location: Valparaiso Fire Department

Start Time:
04-30-2015 1:30 pm
End Time:
04-30-2015 4:30 pm
Cut Off:
04-30-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
2    [View List]

Bakken Crude Oil Transportation Emergencies (Railroad)

April 30th  1:30p-4:30p

Location:

Valparaiso Fire Department Training and Conference Center

355 Indiana Ave

Valparaiso IN

Pre-incident planning of crude oil movement will provide a mechanism for making effective and informed decisions in advance of an emergency. It allows responders to gather valuable information prior to an emergency. Periodic review will provide timely and accurate information that can be useful during a hazardous materials emergency. Pre-planning provides a tool for response agencies to begin the collaborative process of emergency planning.

Responders should develop comprehensive hazardous materials pre-plans for transportation emergencies involving both rail and over the road as well as the potential impact on towns, communities, and facilities where those products are moved or handled. Important preparedness elements include:

  • Emergency contacts and notifications
  • Location/exposures
  • Emergency response resources
  • Type of construction
  • Type of business/process
  • Water supply
  • Facility access
  • Communications and security
  • Electrical/gas shutoffs
  • Water shutoffs and sprinklers
  • Location/type/quantity of chemicals and their hazards
  • Emergency medical support  availability
  • Work schedules/number of employees on site
  • Emergency resources on site
  • Contingency plans for fixed facilities
  • Protective clothing available on site
  • Vulnerability of surrounding area/ability to evacuate
  • Adjacent facilities and other exposures that cannot be evacuated or shut down
  • Compatibility of resources
  • Waterways and storm sewers, particularly those that empty into a waterway
  • Public information and notification plans

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District Meeting

District:
County: Porter
Location: Ogden Dunes Fire Department

Start Time:
04-30-2015 4:30 pm
End Time:
04-30-2015 6:30 pm
Cut Off:
04-30-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
11    [View List]

Fire Training Council- District 1 Meeting

Date:  4/30/15

Time:  4:30pm

Location:  Ogden Dunes Fire Department

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FF Module A

District:
County: Fulton
Location: Rochester Fire Department
Instructors: John Grolich(jgrolich)  

Start Time:
04-30-2015 6:00 pm
End Time:
04-30-2015 10:00 pm
Cut Off:
04-30-2015
Capacity:
30
Registered:
30    [View List]

This is a Modular Class, the Lead Instructor will Kraig Smith, Rochester Fire

Classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 pm -10:00 pm

This is a District 2 sponsored class and there will be NO CHARGE to attend.

Bakken Crude Oil Transportation Emergencies

District:
County: Porter
Location: Ogden Dunes Fire Department

Start Time:
04-30-2015 6:30 pm
End Time:
04-30-2015 9:30 pm
Cut Off:
04-30-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
8    [View List]

Bakken Crude Oil Transportation Emergencies (Railroad)

April 30th  6:30-9:30p

Location:

Ogden Dune FD

Pre-incident planning of crude oil movement will provide a mechanism for making effective and informed decisions in advance of an emergency. It allows responders to gather valuable information prior to an emergency. Periodic review will provide timely and accurate information that can be useful during a hazardous materials emergency. Pre-planning provides a tool for response agencies to begin the collaborative process of emergency planning.

Responders should develop comprehensive hazardous materials pre-plans for transportation emergencies involving both rail and over the road as well as the potential impact on towns, communities, and facilities where those products are moved or handled. Important preparedness elements include:

  • Emergency contacts and notifications
  • Location/exposures
  • Emergency response resources
  • Type of construction
  • Type of business/process
  • Water supply
  • Facility access
  • Communications and security
  • Electrical/gas shutoffs
  • Water shutoffs and sprinklers
  • Location/type/quantity of chemicals and their hazards
  • Emergency medical support  availability
  • Work schedules/number of employees on site
  • Emergency resources on site
  • Contingency plans for fixed facilities
  • Protective clothing available on site
  • Vulnerability of surrounding area/ability to evacuate
  • Adjacent facilities and other exposures that cannot be evacuated or shut down
  • Compatibility of resources
  • Waterways and storm sewers, particularly those that empty into a waterway
  • Public information and notification plans

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