FIRE 1916 - Emergency Rescue Operations (3)
This course explores the underlying basic science, recognizable conditions and symptoms, and emergency management of the sick and injured. It includes control of hemorrhage, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, fractures, burns, poisoning by drugs, chemicals, gases, snake and insect bites, childbirth, and transportation of the sick and injured.
FIRE 1961 - Safety and Loss Control (3)
This course introduces students to fire service injury and loss prevention. Topics include a survey of fire deaths and injuries, physical fitness, training, station activities, emergency scene activities, post-incident activities, accident loss and analysis, safety officers, employee assistant programs, protective clothing and equipment, insurance, and a review of applicable laws and standards including NFPA 1500.
FIRE 2907 - Incident Command (3)
This course is designed to include efficient and effective utilization of command concepts. Course discussion includes blending task functions with command functions. Emphasis is placed on effective management systems for emergency incidents at all levels of command.