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saying about NFPA on-site Seminars

A first class seminar. Your staff addressed


Michigans unique requirements and provided us with a program that addressed our
special needs and gave us a better under-

Appleton Fire Department


700 N. Drew St.
Appleton, WI 54911

What your fellow Professionals are

SPACE IS LIMITED.
PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!!!

standing of the Code. The instructors came


prepared and delivered exactly what we
needed. One of the things that made the
seminar so valuable was the willingness and
ability of the instructors to answer questions. Their
insight and
perspective
brought the
code to life.
Those of us
in the fire
service are
convinced

2-day
NFPA 1500: FIRE DEPARTMENT
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH PROGRAM

that when
we do our jobs well, lives are saved. Take a
bow, NFPA. You have been an integral part
of each success story, and will continue to
be so for years to come.

September 18 & 19, 2003


Appleton, Wisconsin

F/LT Jack B. Messer


Michigan State Police/Fire
Marshals Office

Presented by:
National Fire Protection Association
Sponsored by:
Appleton Fire Department

NFPA 1500: FIRE DEPARTMENT OCCUPATIONAL


SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM

Get critical information you need to plan


for the safety and lives in a high risk field!
Learn how to apply requirements in the 2002 NFPA
1500:Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health
Program to set up effective safety procedures for res-

Thursday, September 18th

Seminar information
LOCATION
APPLETON FIRE STATION SIX
4930 LIGHTNING DRIVE
APPLETON, WISCONSIN

cue, fire suppression, training and other vital func-

Administration
The origin and organization of NFPA 1500
Scope and Purpose of NFPA 1500
Key Definitions contained in NFPA 1500

tions. Through a combination of lectures, facilitated

Organization
Fire Department Organizational Statement
Fire Department Risk Management Plan
Fire Department Policies
Fire Department Roles and Responsibilities
Roles and Responsibilities of the Incident
Safety Officer
Fire Department Record Keeping
Relationship with NFPA 1201, 1250, 1710
and 1720
Training and Education
Minimum requirements for training
Minimum frequency for training
Training requirements for special operations
Incident management training requirements
Vehicles, Equipment and Drivers
Occupational safety and health requirements
for fire department vehicles
Requirements for driver/operators of fire department vehicles
Occupational safety and health requirements
for fire department equipment
Apparatus and equipment maintenance, testing, and record keeping
Relationships with NFPA automotive and
equipment standards

ply NFPA 1500 to establish and operate a program

Seminar Cost:
$550.00 per person
Costs include:
Student manual
2002 edition NFPA 1500
Certificate of Attendance
Canvas Brief case
Break refreshments
(Lunch is on your own)

discussions and activity-based learning, this interactive course provides expert instruction on how to ap-

that works for you. Throughout the seminar, you will


have the opportunity to address questions and concerns specific to your department.

Friday, September 19th


Protective Clothing and Equipment
Structural firefighting
Proximity fire fighting operations
Total respiratory protection program
Emergency medical operations
Chemical protective clothing
Personal Alert Safety Systems (PASS)
Relationship with NFPA protective clothing
and equipment standards
Emergency Operations
Incident management contribution to a
healthy and safe work environment
Risk management maintaining safety during
emergencies
Accountability
Assigning and deploying Rapid Intervention
Crews (RICS)
Providing for proper rehabilitation of
emergency personnel
Conducting post-incident analysis
Supporting Principles
Facility safety and inspection standards
Medical and physical requirements
Members assistance and wellness programs
Critical incident stress programs
Relationship with NFPA 1581, 1582 and
1583 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.130

REGISTRATION FORM
(Please use one form for each person)
Name:
Organization:
Address:
City/State/ZIP:
Phone Number:
Email:
Registration due by August 22, 2003
Make checks payable to the City of Appleton
Mail Registration and Payment to
Appleton Fire Department
Attn: Deputy Fire Chief Eugene R. Reece Jr.
700 N. Drew St.
Appleton, WI 54911
For additional information or questions please contact
Deputy Fire Chief Eugene R. Reece Jr.
At 920-832-1704 or
email at gene.reece@appleton.org

For hotel Information, please contact the


Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau at
920-734-3358 or www.foxcities.org