Single Engine Residential Fires (SERF) Engineer/Pump Operations - 3 Day Class
October 5 - 7, 2019
8:00 am–5:00 pm
This new class will run in conjunction with the SERF fire attack class. Students will get multiple hands-on reps of being the first due Engineer/Pump operator. It will focus on the responsibilities of the Engineer/Pump operator during the Critical first 10 minutes. This is not a stand at the pump and watch kind of class.
Students must attend all 3 days (Saturday, Sunday & Monday). Please plan on bringing your lunch to class each day (you will not be permitted to leave the site for lunch). Staff will provide rehab with water, Gatorade, and snacks/fruit.
You must provide a signed letter from your fire chief stating that you are physically fit for duty with no restrictions and you must be in good physical condition. You must provide proof of a valid Ohio Firefighter 2 certification (or equivalent) prior to participation in the class. Beards are not permitted. Cotton pants and long sleeve shirts are required. You are responsible for transportation to and from class sites.
Coat and pants with liner and moisture barrier (NFPA 1972-1986 edition), gloves (NFPA 1973-1983 edition), helmet (NFPA 1972-1986 edition). Instructors reserve the right to approve or reject all PPE equipment. No SCBA needed for the Pump Class.