Best Complex offers Industrial Fire Training in a Company Sponsored format. This option is designed to maximize team building and development for Fire Brigade’s and Emergency Response Teams within the company structure. This format is available to assist the company in meeting NFPA requirements for quarterly and annual training.
The length, subject matter, and field evolutions are selected by the sponsoring company to best fit into the overall plan for the company. The course may be instructed by the company’s experienced safety personnel with assistance from BEST Complex Safety personnel and fuelers, or by the Complex’s Staff Instruction personnel. Either option is available and should be indicated to BEST Complex at the earliest convenience.
The company should discuss their proposed training schedule and requested dates with the BEST Complex Training Coordinator. The company sponsoring the Industrial fire training will then receive a custom price quote. Upon acceptance of the price quote the dates are confirmed on the calendar.
BEST Complex also offers the Incident Safety Officer (NFPA 1521) Training.
Incident Safety Officer (NFPA 1521) Training
The course provides you with a solid foundation and knowledge to identify and analyze safety concerns and to communicate recommended solutions to the command authority. The class focuses on industrial emergency scene operations using the Incident Command System (ICS). You will gain confidence in your ability to handle a variety of emergency situations through classroom exercises, including building an incident safety plan.
To expose the participant to the requirements of the Incident Safety Officer position and the development of a Safety Action Plan, according to nationally accepted criteria.
This is not a certification course. Certificates of completion are awarded. This course is not eligible for TCFP Certification.
Instructor-led; lecture, presentations, activities, guided discussion, exercises, and research.
- Introduction and Overview of the Incident Safety Officer
- Role of the Incident Safety Officer
- Regulations, Standards and Policies
- Creating an Incident Safety Plan
- Record Keeping and Documentation
- Risk Management
- Incident Considerations: Communications and Monitoring
- Communicating Within the ICS
This course is appropriate for all industrial emergency response personnel, including fire prevention, suppression, control, and safety personnel with previous plant operations and emergency scene operations experience.
- Potential attendees could include:
- Plant operators
- Plant maintenance
- Laboratory personnel
- Electricians/instrumentation techs
- Security personnel
Call for current pricing. Price includes lunch
Minimum number of Participants:
There are no prerequisites for the course.
All courses are conducted at the Beaumont Emergency Services Training Complex (BEST Complex) located in Beaumont, Texas. The facility is designed to offer training for emergency services.
For the safety of our students and instructors, and for an uninterrupted course structure, guidelines have been set for course participation. Inability to meet prerequisites set by BEST Complex and Pro Board may result in incomplete training and therefore render participant ineligible to receive course Certificate of Completion.
Physical Condition of Student:
Financial Responsibility for Medical Treatment:
Payment for all medical care, first aid and related charges, if needed, will be the sole responsibility for the sponsoring corporation, business, organization or individual.
Fees paid for courses do not include lodging. Tuition must be paid prior to or on the first day of class unless your company has made other arrangements for payment. Prices for individual courses are subject to change without notice.
If an enrolled student is unable to attend, a substitute may be sent if that person is eligible under the conditions previously stated.
There may be cases where the desired course does not have the minimum number of attendees in order to hold the course. In such cases the course will be cancelled.
This is the lowest level of protection for admittance to the field. Level 1 is for courses where participants are not directly involved with hands-on training. Examples include classroom training, meetings, vendor servicing, observing training, demonstrations, photographing. This level is comprised of:
- Full-length pants are required for all participants; shorts are strictly prohibited.
- Short sleeves are allowed, but sleeveless shirts are prohibited
- Sturdy closed-toed shoes are required. Open-toed shoes are prohibited.
For more information please contact our Training Coordinator, Jim Philp at 409-291-4447