HAZWOPER training promotes protection and alertness of employees who may be uncovered to chemical hazards in the workplace. Foster Safety LLC. Offers HAZWOPER 40 Hour training course
1715 West Commerce Parkway, Beaumont
P.O. Box:5061
Beaumont
Texas
77726
USA

TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION

"Foster Safety LLC is a State Certified Training Facility"


Fire Officer 2

Location:

On-Line Curriculum In Addition To On-Site Skills Testing At Foster Safety LLC

Date :

See Training Calendar or Request

Phase 1

Last day to sign up is November 04, 2018
Class starts November 26, 2018

Run From November 26-January 21st

Final class exam

Jan 21st

State Skills

Jan 22nd

State Written

Jan 23rd

Phase 2

Last day to sign up is Feb 04, 2019
Class starts March 04, 2019

Run From March 4th – May 6th

Final class exam

May 6th

State Skills

May 7th

State Written

May 8th

Phase 3

Last day to sign up is May 12, 2019
Class starts June 10, 2019

Run From June 10th – August 4th

Final class exam

August 4th

State Skills

August 5th

State Written

August 6th

Phase 4

Last day to sign up is August 04, 2019
Class starts September 02, 2018

Run From August 4th – November 4th

Final class exam

November 4th

State Skills

November 5th

State Written

November 6th


Price :

$350



Prerequisites:

Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) requires TCFP Basic Firefighter or IFSAC Fire Officer I Certification prior to scheduling the TCFP Fire Officer II Certification examination.
Upon successful completion of this course you will be eligible to take the Texas Commission on Fire Protection Fire Officer II test. This course is approved by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

Objective:

This Fire Officer training program is the second in the fire officer series designed to prepare fire officers or aspiring fire officers to become leaders in the fire service. A Fire Officer II is a midlevel supervisor who performs both supervisory and first-line managerial functions who has met the certification requirements for Fire Officer II, in addition to previously meeting all the job performance and certification requirements of Fire Officer I as defined in NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. Curriculum will cover knowledge, duties, and responsibilities of a Fire Officer II in order to perform the following:

  • Evaluates member job performance
  • Prepares a project or divisional budget, news releases, and/or new policy or changes in existing policies
  • Conducts inspections to identify hazards and addresses violations and conducts fire investigations to determine origin and preliminary causes
  • Supervises multi-unit emergency operations, deploys assigned resources, and develops and conducts post-incident analysis
  • Reviews injury, accident, and health exposure reports, identifies unsafe work environments or behaviors, and takes approved action to prevent their reoccurrence.




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