Aug 2019 Offering

This course has been completed.

Course
MERC034 - Handling Propane Gas Emergencies
Date & Times
Aug 17, 2019 from 1 pM - 9 PM
Description

This comprehensive training curriculum was developed by a group of highly qualified propane product and container specialist from the National Propane Gas Association. This course is about how to safely respond to, mitigate and control an emergency incident involving propane or LP-Gas. Students will learn the physical properties and characteristics of propane and how to properly manage an incident scene. Students will become proficient in their tactical responses by participating as teams in live fire approaches of simulated LP-Gas releases. Students will learn relevant safety features of propane storage devices and other considerations of tank designs.

Must be 18 to participate in live burn portions of the class. May still attend lecture portion.

Hours
8
Max Attendance
30 (17 Open Seats)
Region
D
Location
O'Bannon Community Center
315 E Ramsey
Buffalo, MO 65622
POST Approved
Yes
POST Control #
328111010
Technical Studies
8
Skill Development
8
Target Audiences
Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Fire, HAZMAT, and Law Enforcement
Availability
Open To The Public
Prerequisites
None Set

Course Roster

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

Name Organization
Bush, Cynthia Buffalo Rural Fire Department
Duskin, Shane Buffalo Rural Fire Dept
Frost, Christine Half Way Fire and Rescue
Inyart, Dave Tunas Volunteer Fire Department
KINSER, TONY City of Buffalo Police Department
Mayes, Brent Halfway Fire and Rescue
Schmidt, Eric Halfway Fire and Rescue
SENYARD, LARRY URBANA RURAL FIRE DEPARTMENT INC.
Trippe, Dalton City Of Buffalo
VanZant, Jessica Halfway Fire and Rescue
Veverka, Raymond Urbana Rural Fire Dept.
West, Chris Southern dallas county
Woolbright, Jesse Bass Pro