CIMS ongoing is for those who have completed CIMS training and is the next step for people to advance their knowledge and skills working with the New Zealand Coordinated Incident Management System (CIMS). ...
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Source: Beehive Media Release
The implementation of a new nationwide channel for sending alerts about emergencies to mobile phones is on track to be up and running by the end of the year.
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|2||2 Credits||26992||Use access ladders in emergency situations|
|2||2 Credits||26994||Use general purpose knots and lines in emergency situations|
|2||3 Credits||3270||Establish and deliver water supplies for fire fighting|
|2||2 Credits||3278||Demonstrate knowledge of command and control structure of an emergency service provider|
|3||4 Credits||14553||Explain the role of the fire and rescue service provider in community emergency incident preparedness|
|3||3 Credits||14555||Carry out defensive control of structure and vehicle fires|
|3||2 Credits||14557||Demonstrate knowledge of personnel emergencies on the incident ground|
|3||4 Credits||20385||Demonstrate hydraulic knowledge for fire fighting|
|3||3 Credits||20386||Operate portable pumps for fire fighting|
|3||2 Credits||20388||Work safely with aircraft at emergency incidents|
|3||4 Credits||20392||Protect and preserve a fire scene|
|3||2 Credits||26993||Use rescue ladders in fire and rescue situations|
|3||3 Credits||26995||Use rescue knots and lines in fire and rescue situations|
|3||3 Credits||3272||Wear and operate breathing apparatus in general emergencies|
|3||2 Credits||3274||Carry out station duties|
|3||6 Credits||3275||Carry out tests on fire and rescue equipment|
|Rescue casualties using rescue techniques|
|Identify and utilise installed fire systems|
|4||5 Credits||20387||Operate self-propelled pumps for fire fighting|
|4||3 Credits||24614||Fill fire service breathing apparatus cylinders|
|4||8 Credits||3267||Drive fire and rescue vehicles in emergency situations|
|5||6 Credits||10613||Manage a volunteer fire and rescue group|
|5||3 Credits||14554||Direct external defensive fire control operations|
|5||6 Credits||3279||Manage station level duties|
|5||8 Credits||3281||Assess and address risk with respect to fire|
|5||8 Credits||3321||Lead a petrochemical emergency response team|
|6||12 Credits||3280||Manage fire officer duties|
|6||8 Credits||3322||Coordinate petrochemical emergency operations|
|6||8 Credits||3323||Select methods of fighting petrochemical tank fires|
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