Welcome to Clinton County OES website...
This site is intended to provide information on events, activities, training and safety to the Fire and EMS community in Clinton County. Please forward any site content ideas or information including any department events you would like to place on the calendar to Shanna Davis at the Office of Emergency Services email@example.com.
Check out the Journal tab to the right for ramblings from the Fire Coordinator.
|Firefighter I (Part A) - Basic Exterior FF'r Operations||Clinton County OES||A BEFO Class is ongoing (Fall 2017). Call OES to register for future deliveries in 2018||6:30pm-10:30pm||The student will be provided with the training to support fire activities that arise before, during & after fire attack with respect to their exterior only classification. The student will be exposed to the knowledge & skills pertaining to; Fire, Tool & Scene Safety, Fire Behavior & Development, PPE & SCBA Practices (excluding donning & doffing of SCBA), Communication & Incident Management System (IMS) Principles, Fire Prevention & Investigation Principles, Fire Extinguishers, Hose Practices (excluding fire advancement & attack), Water Supply, Nozzles & Fire Streams, Ground Ladder Operations, Ropes & Knots. The course is the initial class all FF'rs are recommended and is prerequisite for Fire Fighter 1.||None, however must have Fire Chief's Authorization Letter||518-565-4791|
|Firefighter I "Part B" Interior FF'ing Operations||Clinton County OES||TBD||6:30pm-10:30pm||Course is a follow on from Basic Exterior FF'r Operations for students wishing to obtain FF 1 Certification to be able to conduct Interior Firefighting Operations. Couse includes but it not limted to SCBA use & operations as well as Fire Attack including live fire hands on evolutions. This is a physically challenging course and is only geared for individuals are are deemed fit for interior Firefighting by their Department physician.||Basic Exterior FF'r Operations||518-565-4791|
|Firefighter II - (w/ Accident Victim Extrication)||Clinton County OES||October 30||6:00 pm-9pm||Course is considerd the last step in initial level training for interior structural firefighters and/or who will serve as team or group leaders under the general supervision of an officer. Introduces new more advanced areas that will be expanded in other training programs. With the exception of those NFPA Firefighter Level II objectives pertaining to Vehicle Extrication techniques, a firefighter receives the training components equivalent to those found within NFPA Firefighter II Standard. Firefighter II is based on objectives from NFPA Standard 1001, Firefighter Level II, and consists of performance criteria 15 REV 5/4/17 in: incident command implementation, build-ing materials and collapse, special rescue, hydrant flow and operability, hose tools, foam operations, flammable liquid/gases, detection, alarm systems, fire department communications, prefire planning, special situations, strategy and tactics.||Firefighter I or equivalent and students must also be physically capable of wearing SCBA and possess current medical clearance for SCBA use. Students not possessing this prerequisite will not be allowed to participate for their own safety. A completed “Training Authorization Letter” mailed with your registration will meet this requirement.||518-565-4791|
|Fire Officer I (NFPA 1021-2014)||District #3 Wallace Hill||January 9, 2018 - March 20, 2018 (2 nights per week)||6p-9p||This is the first course in the Fire Officer series, addressing the job performance requirements of NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. Topics include assuming the role of company officer, fire department organization, leadership, supervision, fire department communications, the company officer’s role in safety, size-up, strategy & tactics for engine and truck companies; single company operations, error management and human factors, implementing the life safety initiatives, group dynamics, pre-incident planning, fire inspection practices, information management, budgets, company level training, community relations and customer service, labor relations, and strategy & tactics for multiple company operations.||FF1 or BEFO formerly Scene Support or Basic EMT||518-565-4791|
|Firefighter Survival||Clinton County OES||2/5, 2/7, 2/12, 2/19||6p-9p||Based on Chief John Salka’s “Get Out Alive” program, this program is designed for self-rescue and rescue of trapped firefighters. Course content will enable firefighters to recognize the types of events encountered on the fire ground that contribute to firefighter disorientation and/or entrapment, to have knowledge of what is necessary to ensure their safety and that of their partners or crew members, and perform self-rescue techniques when disoriented, separated, or when needing to exit a structure in an emergency. This course requires students to perform a number of practical evolutions with selfcontained breathing apparatus (SCBA). This course includes the National Fire Academy Calling the Mayday.||Prerequisites: Firefighter I, SCBA medical clearance, and signed Training Authorization Letter. The nationally recognized Firefighter Level I certification may be substituted for the course prerequisites.||518-565-4791|
|EMT Training, Advanced, Basic and other, follow link under sign-up||Clinton Community College||Varies - Follow link for signup or contact CCC directly for more information||Follow link under sign-up|
This EMT course is designed for individuals who wish to actively ride and work in ambulances. The primary focus of the Emergency Medical Technician is to provide basic emergency medical care and transportation, providing care for the sick and injured. EMTs function as part of a comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. Emergency Medical Technicians perform interventions with the basic equipment typically found on an ambulance.
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|EMS - ACLS||Clinton County OES||Nov 2 and Nov 3||6p-9p on 11/2 & 8a-3p on 11/3||518-565-4791|
|EMS - BLS Preceptor||Clinton County OES||Nov 16||7p-9:30p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Check & Inject Program||Clinton County OES||Nov 28||6:30p-9:30p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - ALS Preceptor Class||Clinton County OES||Nov 29||7p-9:30p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - PALS Class||Clinton County OES||Nov 30 & Dec 1||6p-9p on 11/30, 8a-3p on 12/1||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Mega Code||Clinton County OES||Dec 1||7:30p-10p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - BLS Instructor's Course||Clinton County OES||Dec 2||8a-1p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Check & Inject Program||Clinton County OES||Dec 5||6:30p-9:30p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Check & Inject Program||Clinton County OES||Dec 8||12p-3p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Check & Inject Program||Clinton County OES||Dec 9||8a-11a||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Mega Code||Clinton County OES||Dec 10||7:30p-10p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Check & Inject Program||Clinton County OES||Dec 16||8a-11a||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Mega Code||Clinton County OES||Dec 27||7:30p-10p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Mega Code||Clinton County OES||Dec 28||7:30p-10p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Mega Code||Clinton County OES||Dec 29||7:30p-10p||518-565-4791|
|EMS - Mega Code||Clinton County OES||Dec 31||9a-12:30p||518-565-4791|
For details about Firefighter Training in Clinton County and specifics about the Firefighter I and Basic Exterior Firefighter Operations classes including the rolling admissions/sign-up process follow the Fire Training Program Information link below. Any questions can be directed to County Fire Coordinator Eric Day (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Clinton County OES ID's customized for your department are available for your members.
Departments wishing to make use of this service should have a Chief's authorized member contact Kelly Donoghue to arrange for training and access credentials for use of the updated on-line ID system.
Kelly can be reached at 518-565-4791 or by email at email@example.com
Training Tower Inforamtion
** The Tower is Open and available for use by all departments. **
Requests for tower use are accepted at any time. Click below and submit the Application form to Wendy.