Illinois Fire Service Institute


Routine Emergencies : 4.00-16.00 Hours

Course Description

Each day firefighters respond to so called “Routine Emergencies”. As we all know, these are truly not routine emergencies. In fact, many firefighter injuries and fatalities occur at so called routine emergencies. We all know that a large percentage of firefighters are volunteer and paid-on call. Departments are experiencing member turnover at an ever increasing rate. That said, new firefighters are being asked to respond and in many cases act as officers making decisions what will affect the well-being of their company. This training program has been created to present short segments that identify considerations that firefighters encounter at Routine Emergencies. The intent of the program is to engage firefighters in dialog so they can identify the best practices for handling different emergencies.


  Syllabus - Routine Emergencies.pdf

This course is part of the following Programs

  • cornerstone
  • fire fighting


There are no prerequisites to taking this course

If you have specific questions about this course contact THOMAS SHUBERT

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Upcoming Classes

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carrollton Thu, Nov 11 2021 -
Thu, Nov 11 2021

Applicable Credits

Hours 2
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Champaign, IL 61820
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