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  • Nfpa 1403

    I am looking for a NFPA 1403 "check sheet" or something similar to be sure I have covered all aspects possible. I have the web cast that was on here a while back but cannot track the speaker down. If any of you have anything like this and are willing to share it please send it to [email protected] . Thank you

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    You can preview the whole document here:

    http://www.nfpa.org/aboutthecodes/Ab...ookie%5Ftest=1

    Just scroll down to the bottom and click "preview this document".
    This is the table of contents:

    NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training Evolutions 2002 Edition
    Chapter 1 Administration

    Chapter 2 Referenced Publications

    Chapter 3 Definitions

    Chapter 4 Acquired Structures

    Chapter 5 Gas-Fired Training Center Buildings

    Chapter 6 NonGas-Fired Training Center Buildings

    Chapter 7 Exterior Props

    Chapter 8 Exterior Class B Fires

    Chapter 9 Reports and Records

    Annex A Explanatory Material

    Annex B Live Fire Evolution Sample Checklist

    Annex C Responsibilities of Personnel

    Annex D Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke in Training

    Annex E Informational References

    Formal Interpretations

    Index
    Just someone trying to help! (And by the way....Thanks for YOUR help!)

    Aggressive does not have to equal stupid.

    ** "The comments made here are this person's views and possibly that of the organizations to which I am affiliated" **

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      1403

      Maybe someone can help me out here. I work for a department on the coast of North Carolina. The Fire Chief of the Department has a policy in place that allows volunteer members that have taken the classes to meet the 1403 training standard to operate on emergency calls on the interior of structure fires as any other firefighter that has completed their FFI. Mybe I'm reading 1403 wrong. Its for TRAINING. Right? Can someone from NC explain this to me? I see it as a REAL liability for me as the career shift Captain and the Department as a whole if someone gets hurt or worse.
      KNOW YOUR JOB.
      DO YOUR JOB.

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