Ethanol Emergencies Training

IAFC Academy - Iowa ethanol plant - public domain photo
Self paced | Online

Upon completion of this 2-hour, online course, students will have knowledge related to ethanol and ethanol-blended fuels including the use, chemical and physical characteristics, transportation modes, transfer operations, basics of foam, suggested responder tactics and strategies, and environmental issues.

Modules:
  1. Ethanol Emergency Response Overview
  2. Ethanol and Ethanol-Blended Fuels
  3. Chemical and Physical Characteristics
  4. Transportation and Transfer
  5. Storage and Dispensing Locations
  6. Firefighting Foam Principles
  7. General Health and Safety Considerations
  8. Storage and Pre-Planning Considerations

This course was jointly developed by the IAFC and RFA for delivery via the IAFC Academy.

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