Classroom 16 Hour First Responder Operations (FRO)

Certified by CSTI (California Specialized Training Institute) - CalEMA

Only: $300.00

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Multiple Student Enrollment Available
Next class: Dec 19th-Dec 20th, 2017, Simi Valley, CA.

About This Training

This Classroom 16 Hour First Responder Operations (FRO) course is intended for firefighters, police officers, ambulance personnel, government employees, military personnel, and private industry emergency responders.

First Responders at the Operations level are trained to respond to hazardous materials emergencies in a defensive fashion. Their primary role is to contain the release from a safe distance, to keep it from spreading, and to prevent exposures to nearby persons, property or the environment.

OSHA requires FROs to be trained in accordance with section (q) of the HAZWOPER regulation. This class has also been referred to as Hazmat FRO, Level II Responder, First Responder Operations, or any combination of these terms.

This training does require annual refresher training, per OSHA, of sufficient content and duration to maintain responder competencies.

What is CSTI-CalEMA Training?

The California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) and the California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA) serve as a critical component in providing emergency training programs to professionals who strive to protect and rescue citizens in harm. Training certification will be granted under California Government Code Section 8574.19-23 and California Code of Regulations Title 19, Sections 2510-2560.

This course will be taught by a CSTI certified outreach instructor who has successfully completed the CSTI course AND a CSTI Instructor Certification Course.

Scheduled Classes

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What Topics Does This Training Cover?

The CSTI 16-Hour First Responder Operations (FRO) classroom course will cover the following topics:

  • Hazardous Materials Recognition and Safety
  • Safety, Isolation, and Notifications
  • Introduction to Incident Command
  • Identification, Hazard Assessment, and Action Planning
  • Protective Equipment and First Responder Limitations
  • Hazmat Release Countermeasures
  • Protective Actions
  • Decontamination, Disposal, and Documentation
  • First Responder Tabletop Exercise
  • Final Exam/Course Evaluation