GOWENSVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

"COURAGE, INTEGRITY, HONOR"

Personnel Name Total hours


Bagwell, Shane          201:00

Boykin, Ricky              536:00

Bullard, Matt               95:00

Coley, Patrick             44:00

Collins, Carl                9:00

Corbin, Aaron             147:00

Essey, Al                    40:00

Fore, John                  208:00

Gerard, Deacon         411:00

Godfrey, Luke            157:00

Grant, Zachary           21:00

Hilson, Michael           171:00

Hyder, Josh                83:00

Kontowsky, Don         88:00

Loveridge, Lance       281:00

Martin, Sheldon         22:00

Mason, Randy           22:00

Motes, Justin             370:00

Potter, Virgil              52:00

Ross, Connie            67:00

Ross, David             125:00

Tate, Austin             368:00

Turner, Alex             68:00

Williams, Dylan        251:00

Count of Personnel : 24 Total Agency Training Hours : 3940:00



Chapter 11
Ventilation
Lesson Goal
After completing this lesson, the student shall be able to identify reasons and needs for various types of ventilation within a structure, distinguish which types of ventilation are most effective to varying situations, and perform duties related to ventilating a structure following the policies and procedures set forth by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this unit, the student shall be able to:
 1. Describe reasons for fireground ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12)
 2. List considerations that affect the decision to ventilate. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12)
 3. Discuss factors that are taken into account when deciding the need for ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12)
 4. Discuss vertical ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 5. List safety precautions to observe when undertaking vertical ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 6. List warning signs of an unsafe roof condition. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 7. Discuss roof coverings and using existing roof openings for vertical ventilation purposes. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 8. Discuss ventilation considerations for various types of roofs. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 9. Describe trench or strip ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 10. Explain procedures for ventilation of a conventional basement. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 11. List factors that can reduce the effectiveness of vertical ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
 12. Discuss horizontal ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 13. Discuss considerations for horizontal ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 14. Distinguish between advantages and disadvantages of forced ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 15. Discuss negative-pressure ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 16. Discuss positive-pressure ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 17. Compare and contrast positive-pressure and negative-pressure ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 18. Describe hydraulic ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 19. List disadvantages to the use of hydraulic ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
 20. Explain the effects of building systems on fires or ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12)
 21. Ventilate a flat roof. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12, Skill Sheet 11-I-1)
 22. Ventilate a pitched roof. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12, Skill Sheet 11-I-2)
 23. Ventilate a structure using mechanical positive-pressure ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, Skill Sheet 11-I-3)
 24. Ventilate a structure using horizontal hydraulic ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, Skill Sheet 11-I-4)