Conduct 12 platoon drills to maintain operation proficiency in disciplines of Multi-Casualty Rescue, Fire Suppression, Hazardous Materials and USAR.
Provide required training to maintain certifications in Hazardous Materials FRO, Emergency Medical Technician, AED and CPR.
Perform three night drills on fire suppression incidents.
Complete Federal, State, County and Area G-mandated training within available time and resources.
Continue to develop a comprehensive policy and procedure manual.
Provide CPR instruction to City employees.
Provide instruction, in conjunction with Fire Prevention and administrative staff, to citizens and City employees in CPR, CERT and other applicable training to prepare the public and City workers for actions during emergencies.
Participate in and contribute to program review and continuous quality improvement.
Conduct Hazardous Materials FRO training, with an emphasis on Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Conduct a minimum of two multi-agency training exercises.
Continue to improve and organize the Department’s surplus and storage systems.