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Incident Command for Highrise Operations F0321

Curriculum: Incident Management
Training Specialist

Richard Sexton
301-447-7687

Delivery type
2-day off-campus
Continuing education units
1.4
ACE recommendation
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, one semester hour in fire suppression or fire science.

This two-day course is designed to assist emergency response officers who have responsibility for managing highrise incidents. Course content includes organizing resources, developing strategies, and managing tactical operations to protect life and to minimize damage during an incident.

Students attending should have:

  • Working knowledge of basic Incident Command System organization.
  • Working knowledge of strategy and tactics for structural firefighting.
  • Knowledge of building construction.
  • Understanding of the type of building systems existing in highrise buildings.

Student pre-course materials and course syllabus:

Selection criteria

Anyone who would serve as a company officer/chief officer in communities that have highrise buildings.

Prerequisites

None

Post-course requirements

None

Upcoming offerings

Submit FEMA Form 119-25-2 to the contact(s) listed below for the course offering you are interested in attending.
Dates Availability Location Contact(s) CCP Train-the-Trainer?
August 23 - 24, 2021 Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Patrick Springer
Battalion Chief
Haihai Fire Station
808-961-8772
Patrick.springer@hawaiicounty.gov

Keone Roback
Captain
Haihai Fire Station
808-961-8772
Keone.roback@hawaiicounty.gov

Tyler Nagamine
Fire Captain
Hawaii Fire Department
808-961-8772
Tyler.Nagamine@hawaiicounty.gov

Course coordination plan
August 28 - 29, 2021 Norfolk, Nebraska

Alan Joos
Chief
Nebraska State Fire Marshal - Training Division
308-385-6893
alan.joos@nebraska.gov

Bill Pfeifer
Training Specialist
Nebraska State Fire Marshal - Training Division
308-385-6892
bill.pfeifer@nebraska.gov

Course coordination plan

Student comments

It is a critical aspect of our community and necessary for life safety and survival.