Upon successful completion of this course the participant will know how to avoid fire entrapment and in the worst case scenario, will be taught how to survive fire entrapment.
This course is targeted toward any person who may be involved professionally in fighting wildland fire. (They will work for a company who has a "Standing Offer" to fight fire, with the government of B.C. (Ministry of Forests, Wildland Fire Management Branch.)
(Note:) This course is an annual requirement for any wildland firefighter employed by a contract fire crew whose owner (contractor) has a standing offer with the Ministry of Forests, Wildland Fire Management Branch.
The following material format will be used for this course.
YOU MUST BE ABLE TO CONNECT TO A PRINTER FROM YOUR COMPUTER
Wildland fire suppression is one of the most dangerous industrial activities known to humans. This is primarily due to the fact that wildland fires can be extremely unpredictable. (See Points one to four in “Basic Fire Behaviour”)
Fire Shelters - For a period of ten years to 2005, B.C. Forest Service fireline personnel were required to carry and be trained in the proper deployment method of fire shelters.
WELCOME TO THE ONLINE S-185 FIRE ENTRAPMENT AVOIDANCE AND SAFETY COURSE
Prior to registering and paying for this comprehensive web based safety course we STRONGLY RECOMMEND you contact your boss and ensure this course will be accepted by the Regional Fire Centre you normally work in. (your boss can contact their “Standing Offer” contract manager)
This course covers ALL the material in the S-185 Course AND MORE. AND
THE EXAM PROCEDURE IS THE SAME AS THAT NOW USED BY MANY COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD IN REGARDS TO THEIR WEB BASED COURSES.
CHEATING IS VERY DIFFICULT TO DO BECAUSE OF SEVERAL SAFEGUARDS BUILD IN. AS AN EXAMPLE,
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