If a large incident happened in your response area, would you and your officers know what to do?
Train on incident management systems and discuss the recommendations from the Elliot Lake mall collapse with Brad Bigrigg, Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs program manager – absolutely free! Obtain your IMS-100 certification through this four-hour program with a qualified instructor, plus spend an extra two hours on lessons learned from Elliot Lake.
IMS 100 – Introduction to Incident Management Systems, is one of two courses still open for registration at our annual Firefighter Training Day at Toronto’s Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute – FESTI – on Sept. 26.
Spots are also running out for our second open course – patient packaging and triage – so don’t wait to register!
It’s free training, no strings attached!
FREE training on IMS-100
Join us at Firefighter Training Day
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