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Dunn Loring Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department. Volunteer In Station Introductory Training (VISIT) As of May 2013 V7.1. Agenda. I Introduction II Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department III Our Department IV Training V Station and Facility Orientation - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<ul><li><p>Dunn Loring Volunteer Fire &amp; Rescue DepartmentVolunteer In Station Introductory Training(VISIT)</p><p>As of May 2013V7.1</p></li><li><p>I IntroductionII Fairfax County Fire &amp; Rescue DepartmentIII Our DepartmentIV TrainingV Station and Facility OrientationVI Apparatus OrientationFireEMS</p></li><li><p>VII Personal Protective EquipmentVIII EquipmentIX Riding ApparatusX ReviewXI Test</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection IIntroduction</p></li><li><p>ObjectivesOverviewRequirements to RideLevel 1 Orientation Program</p></li><li><p>To orient you to our fire departmentTo understand your roles and responsibilitiesAs a memberAs a first responderTo familiarize you with apparatus and equipmentTo be able to perform basic supportive tasks</p></li><li><p>Includes overview of our organization, equipment, apparatus, facilities, policies and proceduresLecture and practical evolutionsCompletion requires written test and practical evaluationComplements Level 1A/B training provided at Fire &amp; Rescue Academy</p></li><li><p>VISITLevel 1APhysical scheduledHIPAA Privacy &amp; Security TrainingApproval of Volunteer Chief</p></li><li><p>VISITLevel 1Category A or B medical classificationHIPAA Privacy &amp; Security TrainingIncident Command System (ICS) Training(100, 200, 700, 800)Approval of Volunteer Chief</p></li><li><p>Level 1APersonal Safety / Incident Command System (ICS)CPRHazMat Awareness</p><p>Level 1BHistory, Organization and Terminology (HOT)Fire ExtinguishersCommunicationsCultural Diversity</p></li><li><p>Conducted at the Fairfax County Occupational Health Center (OHC) 4080 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA 22030Schedule appointment via VMS Requirement to Ride:Medical classification Category A or B is fully medically qualified for unrestricted participation in all fire department activities. Annual Update Required</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection IIFairfax County Fire and Rescue Department</p></li><li><p>OverviewOperationsRules and PoliciesKey County StaffVolunteer OrganizationsVolunteer RolesBenefits</p></li><li><p>Combination systemCareer and volunteerVolunteers supplement career staff37 fire stationsFire stations provide fire suppression and emergency medical services.12 volunteer fire departmentsOver 1,300 career staffFairfax City (2 fire stations)Northern Virginia Mutual Aid (400 series)</p></li><li><p>3 career shifts A, B, C24 hours at a time 0700 to 07007 battalionsBattalion Chief and EMS SupervisorStation and shift commandersA Shift Capt II Ronald Rodriguez (Station CMDR) B Shift Capt I Marcus WilliamsC Shift Capt I Bill BetzChain of commandGood working relationship</p></li><li><p>Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)Standing Orders (SOs) General Orders (GOs)Informational Bulletins (IBs)Volunteer Policies and Procedures Manual</p></li><li><p>Fire ChiefRichard Bowers, Jr.Volunteer Liaison &amp; StaffJeff KatzDana PowersVolunteer Training CoordinatorJames HedrickStation CaptainRonald Rodriguez (A-shift)</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County Volunteer Fire CommissionFairfax County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Associationhttp://www.fcvfra.org</p></li><li><p>SuppressionEMSUnit officersCommand officersTrainingFundraisingAdministrationPublic educationSpecial operations</p></li><li><p>Injury, disability and death insuranceComprehensive medical examinations (OHC)Additional benefits from VFDs, State and Federal GovernmentPersonal property tax exemption10 free visits to county Recreation Centers per month</p></li><li><p>Support program under sponsorship of Fire ChiefProvides connection between family of member and the Fire and Rescue DepartmentNetwork that enables members to obtain and utilize available resources and information in times of crisisTaking care of our own career, volunteer, civilianContacts:703-246-7401Hot line / office 571-238-5160Liaison cell phone</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection IIIOur Department</p></li><li><p>StationHistoryOrganizationFundraisingMeetingsAccountabilityPolicies Communication</p></li><li><p>2148 Gallows Road Dunn Loring, VA 22027(703) 560-1539www.dlvfrd.org2nd Battalion</p></li><li><p>Founded 1942Sponsored by the Vienna VFDChartered non-profit corporation</p></li><li><p>Board of Trustees11 elected membersOversees departmentPresidentOversees administrationChiefOversees operationsLadies AuxiliarySupports the fire department through fundraising</p></li><li><p>Key to success of our departmentBingoEvery Wednesday and Saturday eveningFund driveLetter mailed twice a yearHall rental</p></li><li><p>Board meetingFirst Monday of month at 7:30 pm (1930 hours)Membership meetingSecond Monday of month at 7:00 pm (1900 hours)Operations meeting and 30-minute drillFollows immediately after the membership meetingMonthly drillFourth Monday of month at 7:00 pm (1900 hours)</p></li><li><p>Websitehttp://www.dlvfrd.org Volunteer Management System (VMS)http://vms.fcvfra.org Email Distribution Listco13@fcvfra.org </p></li><li><p>Chain of commandHoursIf you didnt log it, it didnt happenUse VMS for reporting hoursInjury/accident reportingMust be immediateReport to the OIC and Volunteer ChiefMust be documented in Station Log Book</p></li><li><p>Uniform and personal appearanceUniform and Grooming policiesUse of station facilitiesMinimum participation requirementsAnswering station telephonesBusiness line (emergency/non-emergency)Fire phoneIf you see a problem, report it!</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection IVTraining</p></li><li><p>VISITLevel 1EMT-BEmergency Vehicle OperatorEMS DocumentationFirefighter I/II</p><p>HydraulicsQualifications to DriveInstructor I/II/IIIOfficer I/II/IIISpecialized TrainingContinuing Education</p></li><li><p>4600 West Ox Rd near Fair Oaks MallPre-registration required for all coursesSee the Volunteer Training OfficerBe on time! Take notes! Practice!Proper attireUniforms/Business attireImportance of attendance rostersSelf certificationProfessionalism: You represent this department!</p></li><li><p>EMSVISIT and Level 1EMT-BasicEMS DocumentationEmergency Vehicle OperationsDriver Qualification ProgramEMT-ParamedicInstructor I/II/IIIOfficer I/II/IIISuppressionVISIT and Level IEMT-BasicEMS DocumentationEmergency Vehicle OperationsFirefighter I/IIVolunteer Firefighter Driver/Operator CourseInstructor I/II/III Officer I/II/III</p></li><li><p>Required of all operational members154 hours of lecture and practical evolutionsTuesday &amp; Thursday evenings, 7 10 pm Sunday mornings, 8 am Noon with occasional all day sessions 5 hours in hospital/5 hours on ambulanceCertification test (written and practical)Recertification every four yearsReciprocity available with other states</p></li><li><p>Required to drive an emergency vehicle during a response16 hours of lecture and practical evolutionsEvenings and weekendsValid drivers license requiredFurther in station training required after passing course</p></li><li><p>Candidate Physical Abilities Test (CPAT) prerequisiteTraining practice sessions: Wed evenings and Sat morningsPhysical fitness councilors available to structure a personal training program300 hours of lecture and practical evolutionsEvenings and weekendsCounty certification test (written and practical)Physically demanding and time intensiveNFPA 1001 StandardsRequired to obtain minimum staffingEMT-B, FF I/II, and EVOC III, Station requirements</p></li><li><p>Required to be an engine driver/operator28 hours of lecture and practical evolutionsEvenings and weekendsCounty certification test (written)Must have 6 months of minimum staffing</p></li><li><p>EMS UnitEMT-BasicEVOC IIStation Behind the WheelNon-emergencyEmergencyRefer to Emergency Vehicle Operator QualsSuppression UnitEMT-BasicEmergency Vehicle Operations IIIFirefighter I/IIHydraulicsStation Behind the WheelNon-emergencyEmergencyRefer to Emergency Vehicle Operator Qualifications and Engine Operators Qualifications Manuals</p></li><li><p>Each level is approximately 16 hours of lecture and practical evolutionsEvenings and weekendsInstructor I is required to serve as classroom instructor and progress to higher levelsInstructor II required for academy or state certified training instructorsInstructor III required to be an academy lead instructor</p></li><li><p>Required for EMS, suppression, and command officers Full semester courseEveningsOffered by NVCC</p></li><li><p>EMT-Intermediate or Paramedic schoolHazardous Materials TechnicianTechnical RescueSwift Water RescueCPR InstructorWildland Firefighting</p></li><li><p>EMT Every 4 yearsHazMat, Bloodborne Pathogens Annually CPR Every 2 yearsDriver Refresher Every 5 yearsIn station training drills Monthly</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection VStation and Facility Organization</p></li><li><p>DownstairsControl RoomOfficesDay RoomKitchenDining RoomApparatus BayLaundry/Hose TowerStorage/Lockup/ShopSocial Hall and KitchenUpstairsBunkroomsLockers/BathroomsBattalion 2 OfficeWorkout Room</p></li><li><p>Cipher LocksStation is a home. Please respect it and those that live and work here.</p></li><li><p>County computeriCAD workstationStation Log BookManualsHandoutsClipboardsVolunteer mailboxesPass-on Book</p></li><li><p>Offices for both career and volunteer personnelVolunteer Leadership OfficeFor Chief and PresidentAccountable PropertyCaptains OfficesDesk for each shiftCounty computers</p></li><li><p>TV room with cableTeleconference capabilitiesDoubles as training roomShift refrigerators</p></li><li><p>Community refrigeratorFree coffee, tea, hot cocoa, bottled waterCleaning suppliesKeep clean</p></li><li><p>Table and chairsTVs with cable access and county I-NetPicnic tableGrill</p></li><li><p>Priority for meetings and formal trainingTraining materials and videosMagazinesTV &amp; DVD player</p></li><li><p>Leadership mailboxesDepartment computersInternet accessBulletin boardOffice suppliesQuartermaster storesFile storageManualsIt is everyones responsibility to keep this room clean</p></li><li><p>Parking facility for apparatusPlymovent diesel exhaust systemShorelinesGear lockersService 1 drop-offFuel tank monitoringTraffic signal switchesAir compressor</p></li><li><p>Laundry RoomLaundry machines for station uniformsCleaning suppliesShop towelsOxygen storageBroom and squeegee storageHose TowerFor hanging hose to dryMop and bucket storage</p></li><li><p>Tools and equipmentVehicle supplies (fluids, chains, etc)PaintExtra SCBA cylinders, extinguishersExtra gear storage</p></li><li><p>Secure storage for fire and EMS equipmentBattery chargers for radios and defibrillators</p></li><li><p>Bingo on Wednesday and SaturdaysMeetings throughout the weekFire DepartmentLocal OrganizationsHall rental</p></li><li><p>Kept clean at all timesUsed for bingo and hall rental clientsOne refrigerator for community storageAccess to soda storage</p></li><li><p>Separate male/female bunkroomsAssigned beds, check boardClean up after yourself</p></li><li><p>Separate male/female facilitiesAssigned lockersClean up after yourself</p></li><li><p>Office and bunk for battalion chief</p></li><li><p>For use by any membersFollow proper exercise protocolsNever workout alone0900 2000 hours</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection VIApparatus Organization</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection VIApparatus Orientation</p></li><li><p>Engine (E413, V-135)Reserve Engine (E413B, V-133)Medic (M413, V-134)Ambulance (A413/A413E, V-116)Rehabilitation Unit (REHAB413, 7039)Battalion Chiefs Buggy (BC402, 5861)Utility (UT413, V-111)</p></li><li><p>2009 Pierce Velocity PUC pumper750 gallon water tank1250 GPM pumpSeating for 6Cost $523,000 in 2009Staffed by Fairfax County Personnel:1 Driver / Operator1 Officer1 ALS Firefighter1 FirefighterPerforms fire suppression and medical tasksSupplemental staffing by volunteers</p></li><li><p>2005 Freightliner M2 American LaFrance Medic Master AmbulanceSeating for 3Cost $135,000 in 2005Staffed by Fairfax County personnel:1 Firefighter Driver1 FireMedicProvides medical services and hospital transportSupplemental staffing by volunteers</p></li><li><p>2003 American LaFrance Eagle pumper750 gallon water tank1500 GPM pumpSeating for 6Cost $368,000 in 2004Staffed by Dunn Loring Personnel:1 Driver / Operator1 Officer2 FirefightersPerforms fire suppression and medical tasks</p></li><li><p>2001 Freightliner FL60 American LaFrance Medic Master AmbulanceSeating for 3Cost $135,000 in 2001Staffed by Dunn Loring volunteers as needed:1 Firefighter or EMT Driver1 Firefighter or EMT OfficerProvide medical services and hospital transport</p></li><li><p>2009 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4Seating for 2Staff by Fairfax County personnel1 Battalion ChiefEquipped with:Command boards, manuals and equipmentBasic EMS equipmentProvides command functionsSupplemental staffing by volunteers</p></li><li><p>2009 Mack Pierce Rehabilitation UnitCounty Owned Cost $453,000 in 2009 Provides temperature controlled environment for fire department personnel to rehabilitate after operating at intense or long term incidents.Staffed on an as-needed basis by career or volunteer personnel on all greater alarm and as-called incidents.</p></li><li><p>2000 Ford ExpeditionStaffed by 2Equipped with:Basic EMS equipmentBackboard and strapsUsed to carry equipment, tools, personnelActs as a reserve command unit</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection VIIPersonal Protective Equipment (PPE)</p></li><li><p>FirefighterSuppression GearAccountability TagsSCBAEMS OnlyProtective GearAccountability TagsPersonal Infection Control (PIC) KitStation Uniform Station Polo or T-Shirt, Blue pants, Black Belt, Black Safety-Shoes</p></li><li><p>Helmet, hood, coat, pants, boots, gloves, eye protection, hearing protectionIndividually assignedIssued by Fairfax CountyCleaned twice annually</p></li><li><p>Self Contained Breathing ApparatusManufactured by ScottProtects against oxygen deficiency, toxic gases and extreme temperaturesIndividually issued fitted masksTested annuallyChecked before and after each use</p></li><li><p>Blue helmet, coat, pants, gloves, eye protection, hearing protectionNFPA 1991 compliant for bloodborne pathogensIndividually assignedIssued by Fairfax County</p></li><li><p>Issued to each EMTContents:Eye protectionGlovesHand sanitizerPocket face mask for artificial respirationsEMT shearsPen</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection VIIIEquipment</p></li><li><p>Common Hand ToolsHosesLaddersEMS Equipment</p></li><li><p>Halligan ToolPry, pound, pull and punctureUsed as part of forcible entry</p></li><li><p>AxesPickheadFlatheadCarry by head</p></li><li><p>Forcible Entry KitHalliganFlathead axeK toolSet of Irons</p></li><li><p>Pike PolePrimarily used to breach ceilings after a fire to check for extension</p></li><li><p>Bolt CuttersUsed primarily for cutting locks and wires</p></li><li><p>Sledge HammerUsed primarily for going through walls or doors</p></li><li><p>Different sizes and functionsRange from 1 to 6Typically 50 sections</p></li><li><p>Hose ToolsSpanner and hydrant wrenchesCouplingsMale and Female adaptersReducersHose clampsHose AppliancesGated wyes and SiameseFog and smooth bore nozzlesFoam nozzlesMaster stream, deck guns</p></li><li><p>1 Rubber jacketedBooster line1 Forestry hoseLightweight</p></li><li><p>1 7/8Attack lineFairly lightweight and maneuverableMost frequently used hose line</p></li><li><p>2 Attack lineNot very maneuverableHigher volumes than 1 7/8 lines </p></li><li><p>3Supply lineNot maneuverableRelays water from one fire engine to another</p></li><li><p>4Supply lineNot maneuverableRelays water from one fire engine to anotherLarge Diameter Hose (LDH)</p></li><li><p>6Supply lineNot maneuverableConnects engine to hydrant/water supplyTypically 15 feet longSoft sleeve vs. hard sleeveLarge Diameter Hose (LDH)</p></li><li><p>10Attic ladder14Roof ladder24Extension Ladder</p></li><li><p>BagsAide BagAirway BagImmobilization Bag</p></li><li><p>Portable DevicesSuctionAEDPhilips AEDPhilips MRxRadiation Meter</p></li><li><p>Specialized KitsIntubation KitOB KitBurn KitTriage Kit</p></li><li><p>Immobilization DevicesBoard SplintSam SplintsVacuum SplintSager SplintC-CollarsBackboardKED</p></li><li><p>Patient Lifting &amp; CarryingCot (Stretcher)Stair ChairReeves Stretcher</p></li><li><p>Other EquipmentMASTEmesis BasinsLinensGlovesSharps ContainersOxygen Cylinders</p></li><li><p>Fairfax County VISITSection IXRiding Apparatus</p></li><li><p>OverviewWhat apparatus to ride?Obtaining an assignmentOvernight shiftsSafetySkills for red hats</p></li><li><p>Safety is priority oneOnly perform skills you are trained in</p></li><li><p>Frontline EngineReserve EngineMedicAmbulanceBattalion ChiefUtility</p></li><li><p>Career unitsVMS in the Operations, Suppleme...</p></li></ul>