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BWFR Station 4

Engine Company Operations: Fire Attack

This class covers the use of attack lines & nozzles during fire suppression efforts And explains in depth how to conduct fire suppression operations aggressively and effectively.

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Engine Company Operations: Fire Attack
Engine Company Operations: Fire Attack

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Sep 17, 2022, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

BWFR Station 4, 1300 Sunset Rd, Brentwood, TN 37027, USA

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Engine Company Operations: Fire Attack

 Introduction This class covers the use of attack lines & nozzles during fire suppression efforts. And explains  in depth how to conduct fire suppression operations aggressively and effectively.  

Objectives At the completion of this program, participants will be able to: 1. Explain the importance of the first due Engine. 2. Explain the impact of the fire attack path. 3. Explain the components of a fire attack system. 4. Explain NFPA 1710 Standard for the Organization and Deployment of Fire Suppression  Operations. 5. Explain NFPA 1410 Standard on Training for Emergency Scene Operations Scope 6. Explain contributing factors to an unsuccessful fire attack. 7. Define what a fire stream is and necessary pressures for successful fire attack. 8. Define the difference in pressure and volume.  9. Define the difference in delivery and duration. 10. Define what nozzle reaction is and how to reduce it. 11. Define the characteristics and purpose of 1 ¾ attack lines. 12. Define the characteristics and purpose of 2 ½ attack lines. 13. Define the characteristics and purpose of Deck Guns. 14. Define hose and nozzle packages carried at CHFD. 15. Define the roles and positions of a fire attack crew. 16. Define what it takes to be a good nozzleman.  17. Describe the procedures to follow when advancing an attack hose. 18. Define how air effects your fire flow system. 19. Describe how to extend an attack line. 20. View UL water mapping prop 21. Review Recap of UL Study 22. Describe proper nozzle handling positions 23. Define the difference in bleeding the line vs confirming flow and pressure. 24. Describe how to Overcome Nozzle Whip 25. Describe how to Overcome Clogs & Flush Nozzles

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