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6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer
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6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer

6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer

6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer

45 hour E-Learning (Online)
Florida Incident Safety Officer satisfies part of the Florida State Fire College pre-certification requirements for Safety Officer.
Required textbook (Not included):
Fire Department Incident Safety Officer, 3rd Ed., Jones & Bartlett (2015)

This course has been approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training at the Florida State Fire College.


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6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer is one of 2 courses required for the Florida Incident Safety Officer certification and one of 4 courses needed to obtain your Florida Safety Officer Certificate of Competency. It is a 45-hour, open enrollment, self-paced eLearning course and provides 45 CEU’s towards your Florida Fire Inspector and Instructor re-certification. 

6742 Florida Incident Safety Officer complies with NFPA 1521 and familiarizes students with National and Florida-specific information on the role of an Incident Safety Officer. Subjects covered by the course include:
• The role of Safety Officer 
• Safety Concepts
• Codes, Regulations, Laws, Standards and Procedures
• Designing an ISO System
• Professional Development
• Reading Buildings, Smoke, Risk, Hazardous Energy, and Firefighters
• Triggers, Traps and Working within ICS
• Basic Approach to ISO Duties
• ISO at Structure Fires, Wildland Fires, HazMat Incidents, and Technical Rescues
• Post Incident Responsibilities
When you have completed the topics covered by RN 9641 Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection you will:
• Know the history and roles of the incident safety officer. 
• Know about safety concepts and apply theories of risk management in a life situation. 
• Know and be able to recognize regulations, codes, laws, and standards applicable to ISO. 
• Be able to devise an ISO system. 
• Be aware of the knowledge, skills, and attitude that go into making a good ISO. 
• Know how to read buildings for signs of collapse and hazards. 
• Know how to identify and signal hostile fire events through smoke patterns
• Be aware of best practices around approaching risks as it relates to firefighters
• Understand the significance of situational awareness. 
• Know what hazardous energy is and how it impacts emergency scenes. 
• Know how to read a firefighter and be aware of how important rehab is within the service.
• Know how to ensure safe behaviors and be aware of the communication tools to achieve this
Required textbook (Not included):
Jones & Bartlett (2015)

When completing an online or blended class through Ricky Rescue Training Academy, you will be held completely responsible for your own achievements. You must ensure that you work consistently and diligently to complete the coursework and related requirements in order to move forward. These open enrollment courses allow you to pace yourself, but will require sufficient self-discipline to keep up to date with the workload. Therefore, it is your responsibility to set aside the time required to complete the various units of these courses.