R.I.C. EVOLUTION - EXIT AS A TEAM
REQUIRED R.I.C. REVIEW AND TRAINING
GET A REFRESHER ON CLASSES AND USES OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
EVIP CLASSROOM PART 1
EMERGENCY VEHICLE ACCIDENT PREVENTION - NEW RULES! EVAP DOESN’T COUNT!
All operators of emergency vehicles shall be trained in the operations of apparatus before they are designated as drivers of such apparatus.
• All drivers of apparatus over 26,000 lbs must obtain a current Emergency Vehicle Incident Prevention (EVIP) training certificate on their person to be exempt from CDL requirements.
• Our department shall utilize the Washington Fire Chiefs - Emergency Vehicle Incident Prevention (EVIP) program or other Washington State Patrol accredited program to train Emergency Vehicle Operators.
• After 2014, EVIP Trainers must have taken the new accredited EVIP Train the Trainer course at least every 5 years.
• Initial EVIP certification includes a classroom session, written test, and driving course for each apparatus the operator will drive.
EVIP - CLASSROOM PART 2
WFC EVIP UNITS 6-10
EVIP DRIVING COURSE
FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS AND TECHNIQUE REVIEW
CONSTRUCTION FALL PROTECTION REQUIRED IN FIRE TRAINING
If you were unable to participate in the free Safety Officer Workshops, or would like to brush up on the intent and uses of this online safety calendar and it's printed counterpart, you can participate in a recorded webinar here:
If you need an additional copy of the printed calendar, please give our office a call: 360-352-0161.
Funding and support for this project has been provided by the State of Washington, Department of Labor & Industries, Safety & Health Investment Projects
View our 2-Year Calendar Schedule to preview what the end product will look like!
Two Year Calendar Schedule
Please note not all resources provided on individual calendar day have been reviewed by the Department of Labor and Industries for accuracy and these curriculum have been provided as “sample” curriculum only.