Available courses

Pipeline Emergencies: Awareness Level

Pipeline Emergencies: Awareness Level. 1-2 Hours.

This course is intended for individuals who want to know more about responding to pipeline emergencies. This is the basic awareness level version of Pipeline Emergencies 3rd edition curriculum.

Pipeline Emergencies: Operations Level

Pipeline Emergencies: Operations Version. 4-6 Hours.

This course is intended for individuals who may be called to respond to the scene of a pipeline emergencies. This is the intermediate version of Pipeline Emergencies 3rd edition curriculum.

Pipeline Emergencies: Technician Level

Pipeline Emergencies: Technician Level. 10-12 Hours.

This course is intended for hazardous materials technicians and similar individuals involved with a pipeline emergency. This is the comprehensive version of Pipeline Emergencies 3rd edition curriculum.

Be Prepared: Creating Your County Pipeline Plan

Be Prepared: Creating Your County Pipeline Plan. 1 Hour.

The course guides users through the creation of a county-specific plan for responding to a pipeline emergency. Ideally, one person would create this plan and distribute to all first responders who could be involved in the response, and the plan would be updated annually.

Implementing a Residential Sprinkler Requirement

Residential Fire Sprinklers.  2 Hours.

This course is intended for professionals who want to know more about Implementing a Residential Fire Sprinklers program in their jurisdiction.

Evaluating Fire Risk in Existing Buildings

Safety Layering: Evaluating Fire Risk in Existing Buildings

This course is for fire fighters, chief officers and every level in between who want to understand the role that fire incident data has in fire fighting and fire safety.

Understanding Your Role in Fire Incident Data

Data: Understanding Your Role in Fire Incident Data.

This course is for fire fighters, chief officers and every level in between who want to understand the role that fire incident data has in fire fighting and fire safety.