Memphis: 2018 TN First Responder AFV Training
October 25 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm| $40
If you were responding to an accident and came across a vehicle powered with Liquefied Natural Gas, would you feel able to intervene? Alternative fuel vehicles are more common than ever on TN’s roads and highways, and it can be difficult to keep up with quickly-changing technologies and safety procedures.
Tennessee Clean Fuels wants to ensure that all of our talented First Responders in Tennessee have the training they need to respond to incidents involving Alternative Fuel Vehicles effectively.
In partnership with the National Fire Protection Association, TNCleanFuels is pleased to announce four First Responder Training Sessions for Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety across TN in October, 2018. Thanks to our generous event sponsors, we have been able to secure enough funding for these sessions to ensure that the costs remain affordable for First Responders in all situations.
Attendee details and location specifics
Event details will appear here once specifics are confirmed. Stay tuned!
About the session
The NFPA’s AFV Safety Training Program has reached more than 220,000 emergency responders to date. Their subject matter experts & instructors collectively offer more than 100 years of fire service experience, and have extensive instructional experience in the area of fire service tactics for AFVs.
The program includes instructor-led classroom training as well as self-paced online training utilizing highly-interactive learning modules. The curriculum addresses electric, hybrid, and gaseous fuels such as CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas), and propane autogas.
Each session also features a live demonstration with on-site AFVs. Lunch will be provided for each session. Attendees will be able to include in-session time towards continuing education credits (specifics TBD), and will leave with the ability to train others at their organization about AFV safety.
The sessions will be held in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville and will provide a full day of training addressing First Responder safety for working in and around alternative fuel vehicles.
Upon completion of the train-the-trainer course, students will electronically receive the following:
- Instructors Guide
- PowerPoint Presentation (including videos)
- Student Manual
- Certificate of Completion
- Pre & Post Tests
- NHTSA Interim Guidance for Battery Fires
- Fire Service – Quick Reference Sheet
- Additional Resource Document
- 2015 NFPA Alternative Fuel Vehicles Emergency Field Guide