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Operational Checklists

Download standard and customizable checklists for key fire department operations including building collapse, confined space rescue, engine company operations, hazardous materials, high angle rescue, incident command, safety, swift water rescue, trench rescue and truck company operations.

Health & Safety at Wildland Fires

This module discusses the unique characteristics of wildland fire responses, the known hazard categories and safety practices that mitigate these hazards, and how to practice effective risk management.

When an LODD Occurs: Incident Commanders Speak

This program raises awareness about what incident
commanders may face if a line-of-duty death occurs
at a scene where they are in command and prepares
them to face that challenge should it happen to them.

Responding to Violent Incidents 2.0

Apply firefighter health and safety principles to violent incident response policies, standard operating procedures and training. Updated in 2021 to include responding to active shooter and civil unrest events

Automatic Fire Sprinkler and Alarm Systems

Review the benefits of automatic fire sprinkler and alarm systems to firefighter health and safety and evaluate a set of core principles to guide a firefighter’s interaction with these systems.

Creating Change in the Fire Service

View an unscripted roundtable discussion between five fire service leaders about creating change in the fire service and leading a culture of safety. Topics discussed include: making safety a priority, handling resistance, fostering an environment of trust and risk mitigation.

Company Officer’s Health & Safety Responsibilities

Understand the fundamentals of firefighter health and safety including personal commitment to health and safety, peer to leader transition, protocols enforcement, crew resource management and related-NFFF

Communication & Mentoring for Company Officers

Gain a better understanding of the interpersonal skills needed as a company officer. Learn tips on how to effectively communicate priorities, understanding and responding to problems and handling difficult and awkward situations.

Peer Support Programs for the Fire Service

This module covers the foundational principles of a peer support program and direct users to resources that can help them design and establish a peer support program in their department.

Curbside Manner

Assist civilians when they are in crisis with proven principles including ensuring their safety, understanding their individual needs, meeting those needs, and promoting the connectedness and self-efficiency needed for recovery.