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- Effective Term:
- Fall 2021 through Summer 2022
- Course Number:
- FP 214
- Course Title:
- Occupational Safety & Health for the Fire Science
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- Lab Hours:
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon completion of the course students should be able to:
- Explain the significance of occupational health and safety.
- Describe and analyze the components of risk identification, risk evaluation, and incident management.
- Identify and apply a personal fitness and nutrition program to improve personal physical condition.
- Identify the major contributors of stress and mental wellness as they apply to the emergency services industry and environment.
Course Activities and Design
The content of the course will be presented in lecture, classroom discussions, role playing, demonstrations, practical skills demonstration as appropriate. Additional instruction methodology may include guest speaker, research papers, professional publication reviews, written and oral reports, and class presentations.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Methods of assessment may include one or more of the following:
- Various individual and/or group skill building activities such as role-playing scenario based problem solving activities, case studies, or other exercises geared toward critical analysis of course concepts.
- Written assignments or oral reports designed to integrate course material into personal experience or experiences of other.
- Quizzes and exams composed of objective questions and concepts.
- Individual and /or team projects/s which require integration, application, and critical examination of course concepts, issues, and themes.
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
1. Describe the history of occupational health and safety.
2. Identify occupational health and safety programs for industry and emergency services
3. Compare the difference between standards and regulations.
4. List and describe the components of risk identification, risk evaluation, and incident
5. Describe the relevance for safety in the work place including the importance of PPE.
6. Apply the knowledge of an effective safety plan to pre-incident planning, response, and
7. Explain the components of an accountability system in emergency service operations.
8. Discuss the need for and the process used for post-incident analysis.
9. Describe the components and value of critical incident management programs.
10. Describe the responsibilities of individual responders, supervisors, safety officers, and
incident commanders, safety program managers, safety committees and fire department
managers as they relate to health and safety programs.
11. Describe the components of a wellness/fitness plan.
12. Identify and analyze the major causes involved in line-of-duty firefighter deaths related to
health, wellness, fitness and vehicle operations.