Calcasieu Emergency Response Training driving a fire apparatus on the Driving Course. ......

download Calcasieu Emergency Response Training   driving a fire apparatus on the Driving Course. ... Calcasieu Emergency Response Training Center ... •Advanced Firefighter/Instructor.

of 16

  • date post

    17-Feb-2018
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    213
  • download

    1

Embed Size (px)

Transcript of Calcasieu Emergency Response Training driving a fire apparatus on the Driving Course. ......

  • Calcasieu Emergency

    Response Training

    Center

  • S.T.A.R.T. FEST2009

    Special Techniques And Response Training

    Presented by:

    Calcasieu Emergency Response Training Center

    1st Annual

  • Students will learn the basic rescue knots, patient packaging, lowering systems and how to

    use the rescue equipment efficiently to perform high angle rescue raises and lowers in an

    emergency incident.

    DATE: Friday, September 11, 2009 TIME: 6:00pm 10:00pm

    Saturday, September 12, 2009 TIME: 8:00am 4:00pm

    Sunday, September 13, 2009 TIME: 8:00am until finished with practical objectives

    STUDENTS MUST ATTEND ALL 3 CLASSES, STUDENTS NEED TO BRING PPE: gloves,

    safety glasses, head protection

    Prerequisite of Firefighter 1

    Class limit 25 students

    Location: Calcasieu Emergency Response Training Center

    1601 Holbrook Park Rd.

    Sulphur, La. 70663 CLASSROOM A

    Instructor: DAVID HOOKS, TRIANGLE RESCUE and SAFETY SPECIALTIES, BEAUMONT

    FIRE DEPT., CAPT. (RETIRED)

    David is the owner of Triangle Rescue and Safety Specialties and has been

    teaching high angle rescue techniques to Industrial Emergency Response

    Brigades for many years. David was also a Captain with the Beaumont, Texas Fire

    Dept. before retiring in early 2009.

    20 HOUR Basic Rope Rescue

  • 8 hour Fire Ground Leadership

    Students will participate in classroom lecture and table top exercises to demonstrate skills learned during the lecture.

    Saturday, September 12, 2009 8:00am to 4:00 pm

    Location: SOWELA TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE3820 SEN. J. BENNETT JOHNSTON AVE,

    LAKE CHARLES, LA 70601 CLASSROOM A-5

    Instructor: Robert L. Havens Garner Environmental Services and Port Arthur F.D.

    Mr. Havens is employed by the Port Arthur, Tx. Fire Dept as a Fire Captain/Paramedic, Haz-Mat Technician and Fire, EMS, Haz-Mat Instructor since 1992. He also serves as an instructor with the Lamar University since 1997 and has taught at the Regional Fire Academy, The Center for Industrial Fire & Haz-Mat Training and has also taught in the Fire Technology and EMS Degree programs.

    Captain Havens is the Haz-Mat Response Team Coordinator for P.A.F.D. and the Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator for Port Arthur, Tx. Capt. Havens is a member of the Golden Triangle Type III Incident Management Team.

    Captain Havens holds certifications with Texas Commission on Fire Protection as a Master Fire Instructor as well as many other Certifications.

  • 12 hr. Basic Trench Rescue

    Students will receive lecture on basic trench shoring materials and will

    participate in hands on trench shoring drills.

    Friday, September 12, 2009 6:00pm to 10:00pm

    Saturday, September 13, 2009 8:00am to 4:00pmLocation: CERTC

    1601 Holbrook Park Rd.

    Sulphur, La. 70663 CLASSROOM BStudents must attend both classes. Class limit 25 students

    Instructor: Logan Reininger Rescue Capt., Houston Fire Dept.

    Thirty-five years with the Houston Fire Department

    Currently serves as Rescue Captain/EMT for technical rescue team

    Received several commendations for his performance on the job

    Holds a certification as a Radiation Safety Officer

    Rescue Team Manager on the Texas Task Force 1 Urban Search and

    Rescue Team

    Worked in the industrial field for over fifteen years and demonstrated

    competency and performance

    of hazmat operations, rescue operations emergency response and

    safety consulting

  • 12 hour V.F.I.S. Emergency Vehicle Operations Course

    Students will receive lecture in the classroom and all will get to participate

    in driving a fire apparatus on the Driving Course.

    Friday, Sept. 12, 2009 6:00pm to 10:00pm

    Saturday, Sept. 13, 2009 8:00am until finished with practicals

    Student should bring an apparatus from their department on Saturday.

    Location: Sowela Technical Community College

    3820 Sen. J. Bennett Johnston Ave.

    Lake Charles, La. 70601 CLASSROOM A-6

    Instructor: Jonathan Duff, Westlake Fire Dept. Captain/Training

    Officer

    Jonathan has served as a volunteer and has been a full time Fire Fighter/

    EMT-b with the Westlake La. Fire dept for the past 8 years. Jonathan holds

    many certifications to include Haz-Mat Operations, LSU Fire Fighter 1 and

    2, Fire Officer 1, Fire Instructor 1, and has completed many National Fire

    Academy Leadership classes and Incident Scene Safety Officer course.

    Jonathan is certified by the Volunteer Fire Insurance Services as a

    Emergency Vehicle Driver Instructor.

  • 12 hrs CAMEO

    Students will receive lecture on CAMEO, MARPLOT, and ALOHA and participate in

    table top exercises.

    Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 6:00pm to 10:00pm

    Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009 8:00 am to 4:00pm

    Location: Calcasieu Emergency Operations Center911 Hodges St.

    Lake Charles, La 70602

    Instructor: Norman Bourdeau - Operations Manager/ Calcasieu Office Of

    Homeland Security/Emergency Preparedness

    Norman is employed by the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury as the Operations

    Manager of the Office of Homeland Security / Emergency Preparedness. Norman

    has been involved with all aspects of CAMEO since 1994. He is a certified

    instructor for the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security to instruct PER-229

    Introduction to CAMEO Suite, MGT 320 Utilizing CAMEO in WMD and other DHS

    classes. Norman was part of the team that developed PER-229 and MGT 320 in

    conjunction with LSU-National Center for Biological Research and Training.

    Norman has delivered CAMEO classes since 2003 to responders in many states

    and U.S. Territories.

  • 12 hour Fire Origin and CauseStudents will attend a lecture that teaches the basic fundamentals of

    determining Origin and Cause of fires. The student will learn the

    different burn patterns that can be found in fire scenes and they will

    also receive information on what the responder can do to assist the

    Investigator.

    Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

    Saturday, Sept 12, 2009 8:00 am to 4:00 pmStudent needs to attend both classes to receive all information that will be

    presented.

    Location : SOWELA TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

    3820 SEN. J. BENNETT JOHNSTON AVE.

    LAKE CHARLES, LA 70601 CLASSROOM A-3

    Instructor: Nick Heinen La. State Fire Marshals Office

  • 10 hour ATV Search and RescueWhen used properly, the ATV is a valuable resource for search and rescue operations. Their

    mobility and speed allows access to large search areas with minimum personnel. An additional

    advantage is their capability to rapidly access and transport accident victims from remote

    locations.

    This course teaches tactics and equipment use not normally included in fire department

    operations.

    Saturday, September 12, 2009 8:00 am until practical objectives are finished

    Sunday, September 13, 2009 8:00 am until practical objectives are finished

    Class limit 15 students, Student only needs to attend 1 of the classes. Saturday class

    will be filled first and the Sunday class will take place only if enough interest is shown.Students need to bring their own ATV. Students need to bring Helmet, eye protection, long

    pants, sleeved shirt and boots that provide protection for snake bites. Student should also

    bring a lunch because practical objectives require field work away from the training center.

    A GPS is optional equipment and would be an asset to the participant.

    Location: Calcasieu Emergency Response Training Center

    1601 Holbrook Park Rd.

    Sulphur, La. 70663 Classroom D

    Instructor: Mark Degenhardt Fire Chief, Ward 1 Fire Prot. Dist. #1, CERTC Supt.

    Mark is a member of the National Assoc. for Search and Rescue and is an

    approved instructor for SARTECH III courses. Mark is employed by the Calcasieu

    Parish Police Jury as the Superintendant of the Calcasieu Emergency Response

    Training Center ( CERTC ).

  • 3 hour Emergency Response to Clandestine Drug Labs

    Student will attend lecture on the dangers of clandestine drug labs and the appropriate

    emergency response techniques.

    Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009 8:00 am to 11:00 am

    LOCATION: SOWELA TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

    3820 SEN. J. BENNETT JOHNSTON AVE.

    LAKE CHARLES, LA. 70601 CLASSROOM A-7

    INSTRUCTOR: TPR. SEAN LEFLEUR LOUISIANA STATE POLICE

  • Fun.S.A.R.FUNDAMENTALS OF SEARCH AND RESCUE

    FunSAR is an Intensive, physically demanding that includes an overnight exercise

    in which participants will stay in emergency shelters they design. Students will

    pass a written test and several hands on practicals before receiving a certificate

    of completion. Students will be expected to bring a minimum amount of physical

    fitness for outdoor activities.

    FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 2009 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

    SATURDAY, SEPT 5, 2009 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

    SUNDAY, SEPT. 6, 2009 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (LAND NAVIGATION)

    FRIDAY , SEPT. 11, 2009 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

    SATURDAY, SEPT. 12 @ 12:00 PM for Overnight Exercise that will finish on

    SUNDAY, Sept. 13, 2009

    Students must attend all classes listed above to receive FUNSAR certification.

    Class limited to