Sep 2019 Offering

This course has been completed.

MERC051 - MC 306 Rollover
Date & Times
Sep 20, 2019 from 8 AM - 5 PM

This eight hour course is designed to educate first responder on the common practices responders may be required to perform while responding to a MC 306/406 incident. Class participants will have to opportunity to develop skills while operating on an overturned MC 306.
The eight hour class starts with a three hour classroom session describing the different skill stations with overall discussion of safety procedures and common safe work practices that will be expected during all skill stations, i.e. PPE, eye, hand and foot protection. Skill stations will include:
Incident Command / Safety Officer
Hot Tapping
Off Loading / Grounding and Bonding
Foam Application (training foam application for dome clamping and plugging)
Dome Clamp / plugging and patching

All stations will be operated simultaneous, in a rotation: students will have a limited amount of down time. While students will have a different time of completion of skills, instructors will attempt to mirror a incident to give students real time incident timing.

Max Attendance
24 (12 Open Seats)
Springfield Training Annex
3131 S Clifton Ave
Springfield, MO 65807
POST Approved
Target Audiences
HAZMAT, Fire, and Law Enforcement
Open To The Public
None Set

Course Roster

Course registrants will be listed here along with their contributing role.

Name Organization
Bailey, Bradley Louisburg volunteer fire dept
Barclay, Mike Louisburg Rural Fire Dept.
Barr, Derek City of Republic
Bryant, Austin Willard Fire Protection District
Morrissey, Travis Springfield Fire Department
Owings, Lucas Willard Fire Protection District
Shine, Ashley Republic
STARK, BRIAN City of Springfield, MO Fire Department
Strickland, John Republic Fire Dept.
Terrell, Kenny City of Springfield MO Fire Department
Veverka, Raymond Urbana Rural Fire Dept.