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Fire Safety

This Firehouse Training online course listing will provide online training certifications in the areas of Fire Safety, Fire Extinguisher Training, Basic Firefighting Tactics, Fire Inspections, Hazard Assessments and Emergency Procedures.These are great online certifications for any individual looking for a career in any aspect of the Fire Service, Police Department or working as a Paramedic.

Fire Prevention

These Firehouse Training online courses will enhance your knowledge in the areas of Fire Prevention, Fire Safety Practices, Fire Extinguishment methods and the Introduction to Fire & Life Safety Education. Courses include Fire Prevention training in Hazmat, Industrial and Office Environments. These certificates are ideal for those looking for a career in the Fire Prevention, Fire Inspections or Fire & Life Safety fields.

Hazardous Materials Response

Are you interested in more hazmat training in addition to your NFPA Operations certification? Check out our various Firehouse Training online courses in Handling Hazardous Materials, Hazardous Materials Labeling, Hazmat Safety Training, HAZWOPER Courses, Chemical Safety, Pressure Vessel Safety, Ammonia Response and Chlorine Awareness.

Spill Response Training

The following Firehouse Training online courses highlight enhanced training in the areas of Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure. This includes Hazardous Spills, Hazard Communication, Chemical Safety and Stormwater Management that are very important components when dealing with the proper response and clean-up of chemical spills.

Confined Space Training

These Firehouse Training online courses will provide an overview of confined spaces and explains how to safely manage confined space entries. The courses will focus on general safety principles and provide information that will increase your recognition of potential confined spaces, and improve your knowledge of safe operations on a job-site or an emergency scene.

Emergency Planning

These Firehouse Training courses deal in the areas of Emergency Planning and Preparedness, Emergency Response Plans, Egress and Emergency Action Plans, First Aid Basics, Construction Safety, Dealing with Active Shooter Response, and Emergency Response for Multi-Story Buildings and High-Rises.

Leadership Skills Training

The Fire Service hiring panels are actively looking for candidates with training in leadership skills and development, and the following Firehouse Training online courses will provide just that. We have courses in the areas of Leadership Fundamentals, Leadership for Safety, Effective Communication, Accident Investigations and Organizational Roles & Supervisory Training.

Incident Command Training

These Firehouse Training Incident Command System courses provide the foundation for higher level incident response training including emergency management, emergency response, and internal and external communications during an emergency event. These course listings include ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS 402 for Management, Hazmat Emergency Response Planning (HAZWOPER) and Industrial Emergency Response Planning.

Mental Health Training

Mental health training and awareness is a must have for any First Responder currently working, or entering a career in the Emergency Services. This section covers Firehouse Training certifications in Mental Health Prevention and Psychological Safety Training, First Responder Wellness and Dealing with Cannabis and Workplace Safety.

WHMIS GHS 2015 Training

This Firehouse Training online GHS and WHMIS course is designed to fulfil the training for both the Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) and the new Globally Harmonized System (GHS) training requirements. The course explains the old Workplace Hazardous Material Information System information, as well as how GHS will change WHMIS and what the new requirements are.

Emergency Service Terrorism Response

Employees working in the Emergency Services must be aware of the possibility of dommestic and international threats, and these courses are designed to prepare the candidate for this. The purpose of these Firehouse Training online courses, is to provide training for Domestic Preparedness at the Awareness Level. The presentations are designed to increase knowledge about nuclear, biological, and chemical agents and dealing with the threat of domestic terrorism. Other courses include training in general hazmat awareness, as well as emergency response planning.

Complete Course Catalogue

Want to see everything we have to offer!!? Visit our complete Firehouse Training online course catalogue here and choose from a wide variety of areas including emergency response, hazmat, fire safety, construction safety, fire prevention, health and safety, driver training, general safety training and more!!

Other Firehouse Training recommended course listings include:

Visit our online course catalogue to find the following:

  • Benzene Safety
  • Chlorine Safety
  • Chemical Safety
  • Chainsaw Safety
  • Driver Training Safety
  • Electrical Safety
  • Flammable Liquid Fires Safety
  • Joint Health & Safety Committee Training
  • Ladder Safety
  • Mental Health Training
  • Rope Rigging Safety
  • General Safety Training Courses
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Ionizing Radiation
  • Defensive Driving
  • Fall Protection Basics
  • First Aid Basics – Online
  • AED/CPR Awareness Course- Online
  • Heat Stress
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness
  • Lockout Tagout in the Workplace
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Propane Handling
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods
  • First Responder Wellness
  • Workplace Violence
  • Conflict Resolution

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