I am currently a volly in California, But I am moving to Montana to go to Paramedic school here in a month. Eventually I would like to work in Haz Mat area of the fire dept. How do I go about doing this? Where is the best school? Does the NFA offer this training?
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12-01-2000, 04:38 PM #1FFPFirehouse.com Guest
12-02-2000, 01:07 AM #2kbevanFirehouse.com Guest
The NFA offers some great training. Our department requires 3 of these classes before considering employees for promotion to the Haz Mat Team. The following are all NFA Classes:
Chemistry of Hazardous Materials (80 hours)
Hazardous Materials On-Site Practices (80)
Hazardous Materials Incident Management (40)
They also have a good Advance Life Support for Haz Mat.
These classes are offered around the country check the NFA web site for info on Location and acceptance.
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12-02-2000, 03:08 AM #3dfwscottyFirehouse.com Guest
Transportation Test Center in Pueblo, Co. has an excellent Hazmat School. It is a little pricey(I think like a little over $2000 for an 80 hour tech course) but it you do all hands on and on your final day there is a wrecked train that the whole class will conduct an incident on. Check out the website www.hazmattraining.com
12-04-2000, 09:41 PM #4FFPFirehouse.com Guest
Do you know if the certification is accepted around the country?
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