May 11, 2016, 9:00am – 1:00pm
Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute – 281 Campgaw Rd, Mahwah, NJ
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A course of the Everyone Goes Home® Program of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation designed to assist in the reduction of LODDs utilizing a series of case studies. Each study will include what happened, why it happened, what could have avoided it, were safety measures available and used, and how can we prevent this in the future. The benefit of this program is the review of cultural change or adaptive challenge, rather than just enacting a technical fix, which
in most cases does not work. A great program for senior fire officers and administrative officers. This is learning from actual incidents!
Leadership So Everyone Goes Home is a four-hour program designed to assist the chief level officer to define the tools to identify:
- Issues that could lead to a line of duty death or serious injury,
- How the death/injury occurred,
- How it could have been prevented,
- What steps, should a fire department take to reduce the possibility of experiencing this action and outcome.
Reviewing the adaptive challenges facing emergency services today to create a safer environment. All learning utilizes real-world incidents to learn and adapt our actions so
everyone does go home!
This program is specifically designed for the more senior level fire officers who have had opportunities to be command officers at a wide variety of emergency incidents, including fires and hazardous materials responses. Utilizing case studies the learning objectives become more real to life and the possibility of changing the organizational culture to reduce the possibility of deaths and injuries in the future.
For more information, contact John Dixon at [email protected].