Low Angle Rescue Operational
This 24 hour Low Angle Rescue Operational (LARO) course is designed to provide training for responders in low angle rescue operations. This course will also provide training in the subject element required for the California (US&R) Basic and Light Operational Levels by serving as the prerequisite training for students who attend Rescue Systems 1.
Confined Space Rescue Technician
This certified 40-hour course provides information to identify confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces, evaluate hazardous atmospheres and determine adequate levels of personal protection equipment. This course also identifies techniques for hazard control and basic operational positions with an understanding of responsibilities established by CAL-OSHA as one prepares for confined space rescue operations.
Confined Space Rescue Awareness
This certified 8-hour course provides information to identify confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces, evaluate hazardous atmospheres and determine adequate levels of personal protection equipment. This course meets the Awareness level of NFPA 1670.
Confined Space Entrant, Attendant and Supervisor
This course will focus on Cal-OSHA standards identified in Title 8 §5156-5158. Each Entrant, Attendant and Supervisor course is proficiency driven to confirm knowledge and abilities.
Rescue Systems One
This 40-hour California State certified course will focus on Urban Search and Rescue theory and hands-on application in ropes and knots, low angle rescue, moving heavy objects, breaking and breaching, ladder systems and emergency shoring. The course will use the tools and equipment identified in the FIRESCOPE Type III US&R level.
High Angle Rescue
This advanced rope rescue course is designed for the professional rescuer and the industry emergency response team member with a high angle rescue and fall protection issue. The high angle rescue course is tailored to the specific needs of the customer using skills identified in the FIRESCOPE Type II and I levels. This course will present material and clarification to the professional rescuer by way of complying with OSHA fall protection standards.
Disaster Emergency Response Team Training
This 16-32 hour course will focus on the knowledge, skills and abilities to respond and assist in the stabilization of a regional disaster. This course will present material and include hands on drills in urban search and rescue, first-aid, CPR, triage, natural gas and electric utility management, fire extinguishers and structure triage.
California Fire Officer Level One and Two Courses
RW Jones and Associates is a provider of all California State certified level one Fire Officer and level two Chief Officer courses. These courses can be delivered in-house or on an open enrollment format. Please contact RW Jones and Associates if your organization would like to host a course.
Hazardous Materials First Responder
This 16-hour course will focus on defensive actions by the First Responder who will define the term “hazardous materials”; identify how hazardous materials can harm people, the environment and property; and state the role of the First Responder at the Operations level as defined by 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(6)(ii) and Title 8 California Code of Regulations §5192(q)(6)(B).
Hazardous Materials Industry Technician
This course will provide the student the minimum skills and knowledge to respond to a private industry hazardous materials event. This course meets the Title 8 5192 (q) (6) (C) requirement with a focus on:
- Know how to implement the employer’s emergency response plan. Know the classification, identification, and verification of known and unknown materials by field survey instruments and equipments. Be able to function within an assigned role in the ICS and understand hazard and risk assessment techniques. Know how to select and use proper specialized chemical PPE provided to the hazardous materials technician.
- Be able to perform advance control, containment, and/or confinement operations and rescue injured or contaminated persons within the capabilities of the resources and PPE available with the unit. Understand and implement equipment, victim and rescue personnel decontamination procedures. Understand termination procedures and basic chemical and toxicological terminology and behavior.
First Responder Decontamination
This 8-hour course will identify the need for the appropriate decontamination of victims, emergency response personnel and equipment, in order to avoid additional contamination; and, describe proper disposal and documentation procedures during a Haz Mat response.
Hospital Mass Decontamination
Haz-mat Incident Commander
WMD Incident Commander
Incident Command Training
OSHA Related Safety Programs