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.
Locations Currently Scheduled:
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, April 8 (100 south 114th, Tacoma, WA 98444)
South King Fire & Rescue, April 9 (1405 SW 312th, Federal Way, WA 98023)
Moses Lake FD, April 10 (701 East 3rd Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837)
Chelan F&R, April 19 (232 East Wapato Ave, Chelan, WA 98816)
Cowlitz 6, April 26 (146 A St SW, Castle Rock, WA 98611)
Clark Fire Training Association, May 8 (17718 NE 159 St, Brush Prairie, 98606)
Northshore Fire Dept., May 15 **9AM START** (7220 NE 181st St, Kenmore, WA 98028)
Spokane County Fire D9, May 17 (3801 East Farwell, Mead WA, 99021)
South Bend Fire Dept, May 31 (211 Willapa Ave, South Bend, WA 98586)
Mason County Fire District #16, June 7 (4650 W Dayton Airport Rd Shelton WA, 98584)
Mukilteo Fire Department, June 12 (10400 47th PL W, Mukilteo, WA 98275)
All classes will run 8am-5pm (except for Northshore Fire Department!) and lunch will not be provided.
As part of the T-t-T course students will receive the newest EVIP program disc and all needed materials to bring the EVIP program back to their departments for immediate implementation.
REGISTER ONLINE: https://connect.computility.com/f/fid.php?id=ff2efeef071ad7f5fbe2a03bdf455fb7