Fire Seminar: View from the Street (May 16, 2014)

Fire Seminar: View from the Street (May 16, 2014)

Pre-requisites:

There are no pre-requisites to attend this seminar.

Tuition Includes:

Cost of the seminar is $100 which includes lunch. After May 2d, the cost is $130 per attendee.

Please note, this seminar must be paid for at time of enrollment.

Forcible Entry with Hands-on Practice, Saturday May 17, 2014

Forcible Entry with Hands-on PracticePresented by Steve Colson (FDNY), Lt. Craig Brearly (EPFD), & Eric Norberg (WWFD). $150 (includes lunch). $175 after May 2d. Seating in this course is limited to the FIRST 24 attendees who pay in full. To view more information about this seminar and to register, CLICK HERE.

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Course Information

View From The Street – The First Twenty Minutes

It’s the middle of the night. Your pager goes off -- reporting smoke from a dwelling in a remote area of town. What runs through your mind as you rush to get to the scene? What information have you gathered? If you arrive first, what actions will you take to establish safe and effective operational tactics? This interactive program is designed to permit the students to place themselves in the role of the incident commander discussing fire ground operations based on information gathered from the transmission of the alarm. What could/should you rely on if you are unable to obtain the information you need to make safe/sound operational decisions?  What are the critical actions you can take to avoid some of the pitfalls which occur during the first twenty minutes of an operation?

View From The Street – Residential and Multi Family Dwellings

Chiefs Richardson and Blatus lead an in depth discussion focusing on operational tactics and procedures at several types of residential and multiple dwelling fires.  Construction hazards, operational difficulties, and tactical decisions will be explored and reviewed with an emphasis on the types of information the Incident Commander needs from the firefighters on the "inside".  This class is a comprehensive review of decisions which face firefighters when operating in both old and new types of residential construction.

Each presentation is 2 1/2 +  hours followed by questions etc.

Faculty

Battalion Chief Richard J. Blatus, Rescue Battalion- Special Operations Command, Fire Department New York

Richard J. Blatus is a thirty-three year veteran of the fire service currently assigned to Rescue Operations Battalion 1. A strong proponent of training, Chief Blatus has served as both a regional and national instructor/lecturer for many of the fire service trade publications and has participated in numerous conferences.  He is also an adjunct instructor at the FDNY Bureau of Training for the Battalion Chiefs Command Course and the Captains Development Program. His formal education includes a Masters Degree in Homeland Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School in addition to degrees in both Business and Municipal Fire Administration.

Battalion Chief Thomas J. Richardson, Battalion 38, Fire Department New York

Tom Richardson is a Battalion Chief in the FDNY assigned to Battalion 38 in Brooklyn with 33 years of service. He is a past Chief of the Deer Park Volunteer Fire Department where he has been a member for over 31 years. Chief Richardson is also instructor at the Suffolk County Fire Academy for 17 years and an adjunct instructor at the FDNY Bureau of Training in the Battalion Chiefs Command Course and the Captains Development Program. His formal education includes a Masters Degree in Homeland Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School in addition to a bachelor’s degree in Community and Human Services.