Fire Officer: Principles and Practice

Fire Officer: Principles and Practice

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Your Complete Fire Officer I and Fire Fighter II Training Solution! The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are pleased to bring you the Third Edition of Fire Officer: Principles and Practice, the next step in the evolution of Fire Officer I and II training. Covering the entire spectrum of the 2014 Edition of NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications, the Third Edition includes the following updates: Separation of Fire Officer I and II Level content throughout the textbook and student, instructor, and technology resources. The latest developments in social media and media relations; NIST research on fire dynamics; fire fighter safety and health issues; and fireground accountability and rapid intervention practices. A reorganization of chapters to improve course delivery, including a new chapter on Rules of Engagement. New end-of-chapter tools, including Fire Captain (Fire Officer II) activities and comprehensive case studies that progress within each chapter throughout the textbook. All new Voices of Experience essays and Near-Miss Reports. Addresses the course objectives for FESHE's Principles of Fire and Emergency Service Administration model curriculum The following resources will accompany the textbook and help instructors provide their students with an interactive and engaging learning experience: Web Tools Learning Management System eBook Interactive Lectures TestPrep Build the next generation of great fire service leaders with the Third Edition of Fire Officer: Principles and Practice.qJack W. Gravely is a lawyer, subject-matter expert, and trainer on workplace diversity. ... benefit of four decades of equal employment opportunity (EEO)/ affirmative action (AA) court decisions to guide decision making. ... Gravely recommends that a fire officer focus on actionable items and the definition of a hostile workplace. ... An employeea#39;s use of derogatory or racist terms about people from other ethnicities, religions, or genders requires immediate corrective action by the supervisor.

Title:Fire Officer: Principles and Practice
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2013-12-06


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