Fire Marshal's typically enforce fire codes, handle fire inspections and investigate the origins and causes of fires. Aside from this the duty of defining safety programs for the department normally falls to the Fire Marshal.
FETN's Fire Marshal training is a comprehensive look at the duties of a Fire Marshal from assessing risk to line safety programs. Ensuring public safety defines the core mission of every emergency response organization that continually exposes first-responders to life threatening situations. An unprepared workforce needlessly exposes the agency to events resulting in injury, property loss and litigation. Constantly maintaining a required knowledge level for your teams reduces error and minimizes the risk.
Fire Marshal Training Benefits
- Understand the five-step process for protecting critical infrastructures (CIs).
- Understand the eight critical infrastructures identified in PDD 63.
- Understand instances for which no effective means to protect a critical infrastructure may be available.
- Understand how firefighters can support prevention with little time and effort.
- Evaluate comprehensive prevention in relation to emergency response.
- Provide recommendations regarding fire station design, location, and construction.
Fire Marshal Training Learning Plan
Emergency Operations Courses
- Wildland Fire Investigation
- Vehicle Fires: Investigation
- Protection of the Firehouse
- Fire Origin and Cause Determination, Part 1: Introduction to Fire Investigation
- Fire Origin and Cause Determination, Part 2: Fire Investigation
- Fire Origin and Cause Determination, Part 3: The Fire Scene
- Fire Origin and Cause Determination, Part 4: Ignition Sources
- Fire Origin and Cause Determination, Part 5: A Systematic Approach
- Fire Origin and Cause Determination, Part 6: Basic Vehicle and Wildland Fire Investigation Procedures
- The Firefighter's Role in Cause and Origin
- Fire Investigation From a Codes Standpoint
- Fire on Trial
- Back to Basics: Preplanning, Part 1
- Fire Marshal's Office: Fire Prevention and Life Safety Programs
- Back to Basics: Preplanning, Part 2
- Back to Basics: Preplanning, Part 3
- Sprinklers and Standpipes
Homeland Security Courses
- Educational Occupancies
- Fires in Sprinklered Buildings
- Self-Protection Measures for WMD Incidents, Part 1
- Self-Protection Measures for WMD Incidents, Part 2
- Critical Infrastructure Protection - Determining the Need for Protection
- Critical Infrastructure Protection - Identifying Critical Infrastructures
- Homeland One Awareness Level Training Course IX: CIP: Analyzing the Vulnerabilities
- Critical Infrastructure Protection: Assessing Risk
- Critical Infrastructure Protection: Applying Countermeasures, Part 1
- Protection of Potential and Actual Crime Scenes, Part 1
- Protection of Potential and Actual Crime Scenes, Part 2