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Rescue Systems 1
Fire Training Center, 17525 Aurora North,
Sept. 15-19 0800 - 1730
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2014 EVIP 2.1 Regional Training - Riverside Fire Authority
The Washington Fire Chiefs and WFC Fire Training, Safety & Officers Section are proud to announce that the new Emergency Vehicle Incident Prevention (EVIP) program is approved and in motion! After a laborious update process the new program has been approved by the State Department of Licensing and the Washington State Patrol, Fire Protection Bureau.
The new program now has a trainer re-certification policy that requires trainers to have a Train-the-Trainer (T-t-T) refresher course every 5 years. Those who have been trainers under previous EVIP standards will still need to receive this most current T-t-T course and use the current course materials to remain a certified EVIP trainer.
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2015 Washington State Training Conference - VENDOR SHOW
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We in the fire service know there is a problem so why don’t we fix it? Firefighters are not alone in not wearing their seatbelts. The National Highway Traffic Administration reports that at least 42% of police officers killed in vehicle crashes nationally over the past 30 years were not wearing their seatbelts. They NHTA also did a survey and found the highest use of seatbelts for the general public was in the west at 94%. The State of Washington has the highest seatbelt use in the nation at 98%...
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At the conclusion of another successful training conference in Yakima this year, the board would like to take a moment to thank the many individuals who made this event successful. There were some people that you saw frequently, but there were many others that operated behind the scenes perhaps for many months to make this event successful.
We would also like to specifically acknowledge the sacrifice of those board members who have recently retired from their respective departments or have moved on to other endeavors, Lloyd Hazzard, Bryan Pearson, Gregg Sieloff, Vic Pennington and David Dodge. The board recognizes that it has been your hard work that has moved this organization to the place we are now. We thank you for your years of dedicated service to your community and to the members throughout the state whom you represented. We will continue in the path you have set this organization on, and we will make it even better for the next generation.
It is the boards desire to continue to improve this conference each year. We want departments across the state to recognize the value of this conference and have them eagerly enroll their staff each year...
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