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Florida Health and Safety Officer

Florida Health and Safety Officer

45-hour E-Learning (Online)
Florida Health and Safety Officer satisfies part of the Florida State pre-certification requirements for Safety Officer.
 
Required textbook (Not included):
Occupational Safety and Health in the Emergency Services (4th ed)
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning; ISBN-978-1-284-03591-9 

Reference: RN6741

$150.00

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RN6741 Florida Health And Safety Officer is a self-paced online fire course with ongoing enrollment and is one of 3 required courses for the Florida Health and Safety Officer certification. RN7529 - Legal Issues For Safety Officers and RN4807 Courage to be Safe is also required.  RN6741 Florida Health And Safety Officer complies with NFPA 1521 and provides 45 CEU’s towards Florida Instructor re-certification.

RN6741 Florida Health And Safety Officer will familiarize students with national and Florida-specific information as it relates to the role of the Health and Safety Officer.  The course covers:

  • Introduction to Emergency Services Occupational Safety and Health;
  • Review of Safety-Related Regulations and Standards;
  • Risk Management; Pre-Incident Safety;
  • Safety at Fire Emergencies;
  • Safety at Medical or Rescue Emergencies;
  • Safety at Specialized Incidents;
  • Post-Incident Safety Management;
  • Personnel Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Safety Program Evaluation;
  • Information Management;
  • Special Topics in Emergency Services Occupational Safety and Health.

Once you have successfully completed the course, you will:

  • Be familiar with the history of health and safety as it relates to occupational and emergency services
  • Know the standards and regulations relevant to health and safety
  • Know where to obtain information ie relevant national agencies
  • Know how to develop and manage safety programs
  • Be aware of how risk management ties in with health and safety
  • Be familiar with pre-incident safety as it relates to equipment, training, facilities and personnel
  • Be aware of safety issues in relation to health and safety at the scene of fire incidents
  • Be aware of health and safety issues in relation to medical and rescue emergencies
  • Be aware of health and safety issues in relation to specialized incidents
  • Be aware of health and safety issues during incident termination and in post-incident activities
  • Be familiar with the roles and responsibilities of all fire department personnel as they relate to health and safety
  • Know how to assess safety programs
  • Be capable of identifying what health and safety data needs to be collected and how to report it
  • Be familiar with the ethical, legal and financial factors involved in a health and safety program
  • Be aware of diversity and technology related to health and safety programs

Required textbook (Not included):

Occupational Safety and Health in the Emergency Services (4th ed)
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning; ISBN-978-1-284-03591-9 
  • CHAMILO_CODE RN6741