GOWENSVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

"COURAGE, INTEGRITY, HONOR"

Personnel Name Total hours


Bagwell, Shane          122:00

Boykin, Ricky              334:00

Bullard, Matt               88:00

Coley, Patrick             43:00

Collins, Carl                9:00

Corbin, Aaron             112:00

Essey, Al                    39:00

Fore, John                  115:00

Gerard, Deacon         328:00

Godfrey, Luke            141:00

Grant, Zachary           21:00

Hilson, Michael           112:00

Hyder, Josh                58:00

Kontowsky, Don         51:00

Loveridge, Lance       152:00

Martin, Sheldon         15:00

Mason, Randy           15:00

Motes, Justin             256:00

Potter, Virgil              42:00

Ross, Connie            12:00

Ross, David             67:00

Tate, Austin             227:00

Turner, Alex             46:00

Williams, Dylan        157:00

Count of Personnel : 24 Total Agency Training Hours : 2562:00



Chapter 10

Ground Ladders

 

Lesson Goal

After completing this lesson, the student shall be able to safely and effectively select, carry, raise, and work from ladders following the policies and procedures set forth by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this lesson, the student shall be able to:

    1.     Describe parts of a ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    2.     Describe types of ground ladders used in the fire service. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    3.     Discuss materials used for ladder construction. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    4.     Discuss ladder maintenance and cleaning. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    5.     Summarize items to check for when inspecting and service testing ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    6.     Summarize factors that contribute to safe ladder operation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    7.     Discuss selecting the proper ladder for the job. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    8.     Summarize items to consider before removing and replacing ladders on apparatus. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

    9.     Describe proper procedures to follow when lifting and lowering ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   10.     Describe various types of ladder carries. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   11.     Explain proper procedures for positioning ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   12.     Explain precautions to take before raising a ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   13.     Describe various types of ladder raises. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   14.     Describe procedures for moving ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   15.     Describe heeling and tying in ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   16.     List guidelines for climbing ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   17.     Describe methods for lowering conscious or unconscious victims down ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)

   18.     Clean, inspect, and maintain a ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1; Skill Sheet 10-I-1)

   19.     Carry a ladder — One-firefighter low-shoulder method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-2)

   20.     Carry a ladder — Two-firefighter low-shoulder method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-3)

   21.     Carry a ladder — Three-firefighter flat-shoulder method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-4)

   22.     Tie the halyard. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-5)

   23.     Raise a ladder — One-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-6)

   24.     Raise a ladder — Two-firefighter flat raise. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-7)

   25.     Raise a ladder — Two-firefighter beam raise. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-8)

   26.     Raise a ladder — Three- or four-firefighter flat raise. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-9)

   27.     Deploy a roof ladder — One-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-10)

   28.     Pivot a ladder — Two-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-11)

   29.     Shift a ladder — One-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-12)

   30.     Shift a ladder — Two-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-13)

   31.     Leg lock on a ground ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-14)

   32.     Assist a conscious victim down a ground ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9; Skill Sheet 10-I-15)

   33.     Remove an unconscious victim down a ground ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9; Skill Sheet 10-I-16)

   34.     Select, carry, and raise a ladder properly for various types of activities. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-17)

 

2018 May          
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
30 01 02 03 04 05 06
    Power Equipment LCFD Multi Training   Power Equipment  
07 08 09 10 11 12 13
Ground Ladders Ground Ladders   Driver Operator Power Equipment Ground Ladders   Driver Operator   Power Equipment  
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ground Ladders Ground Ladders   Driver Operator Power Equipment Ground Ladders   Driver Operator   Power Equipment  
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Commissioner Meeting Ground Ladders   Driver Operator Power Equipment Landrum Multi Training   Power Equipment  
28 29 30 31 01 02 03
Ground Ladders Ground Ladders   Driver Operator Power Equipment Ground Ladders   Driver Operator   Power Equipment  
04 05 Notes:
Ground Ladders  
2018 June          
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
28 29 30 31 01 02 03
Ground Ladders Ground Ladders   Driver Operator Power Equipment Ground Ladders   Driver Operator   Power Equipment  
04 05 06 07 08 09 10
Ground Ladders Ground Ladders   Driver Operator Power Equipment LCFD Multi Training   Power Equipment Training Fire
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Ventillation Ventillation  Driver Operator Power Equipment Ventillation  Driver Operator   Power Equipment  
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Commissioner Meeting Ventillation  Driver Operator Power Equipment Landrum Multi Training   Power Equipment  
25 26 27 28 29 30 01
Ventillation Ventillation  Driver Operator Power Equipment Ventillation  Driver Operator   Power Equipment  
02 03 Notes:
Ventillation Ventillation  Driver Operator