This course is a part of the 2022 Region Fire Conference. You do not have to be a firefighter to register, but please select either a 1 Day pass (allows for 1 class selection) or a Weekend Pass (allows for 2 class selections), then select the day you wish to complete this course.
Instructor: Todd Konradi
Designed with EMS providers in mind, this class covers legal and practical aspects of providing care to Working Dogs. We will cover how to use the equipment in our ambulances when providing care to canines. Anatomy and landmarks for interventions will be discussed as well. Learn how to adapt all of your EMS skills to canines!
- Massive Hemorrhage
- Respiration/sucking chest wounds
- Heat emergencies
Class is limited to 8 students.
Upcoming K9, Region Fire Conference Classes
Saving Our Own
During Fire Conference: October 1st & 2nd 8a-4p @MAAC Instructor: Commander Chris Crail Description: Instructor Chris Crail A Practical Approach to RIT, will focus on the working member on the fireground. Each fireground is different and unique with the constant, being the working firefighter that has the responsibility of being called upon to mitigate the problems that we are presented with while working a fire scene. Class is limited to 24 students.
The Working Engine
During Fire Conference: October 1st & 2nd 8a-4p @MAAC Instructor – Nicholas Kieta Fire Department – South Bend Fire Department The Working Engine is a true 8 hours of Hands on Training focused on maximizing an engine company’s efficiency on the fireground regardless of staffing. By utilizing a mix of classic and modern engine techniques instructors will provide a systematic approach to aggressively accomplish the three most critical tasks on the fire ground, extinguishment, search and ventilation. Topics covered include,…