Fire and Emergency Services Company Officer, 5th Edition - IFSTA
IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Company Officer, 5th Edition covers a wide range of topics designed to give you the baseline knowledge for becoming a company officer, whether it is a fire lieutenant or captain. This is the first book in the Company Officer series with the new updated design and cover. Published by IFSTA in 2014, this book is more condensed and has a sleeker design than its predecessor. Don’t worry though because once you get into the meat of this book you will feel right at home as you do with your other IFSTA favorite fire books.
A key component of not only passing a promotional exam for a company officer, but for actually developing the ability to do the job is being able to articulate what the position does. IFSTA does a good job in this book showing you the Job Performance Requirements (JPRs) for a fire company officer so you can learn to articulate the job to your promotional exam proctors and eventually your bosses.
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Chapter 1: The Company Officer I
Chapter 2: Organizational Structure
Chapter 3: Leadership and Supervision
Chapter 4: Human Resources Management I
Chapter 5: Communications
Chapter 6: Administrative Functions
Chapter 7: Health and Safety Issues
Chapter 8: Company-Level Training
Chapter 9: Community Relations and Company-Level Fire Inspections
Chapter 10: Preincident Surveys
Chapter 11: Delivery of Emergency Services I
Chapter 12: The Company Officer II
Chapter 13: Human Resources Management II
Chapter 14: Administrative Responsibilities
Chapter 15: Origin and Cause Determination
Chapter 16: Delivery of Emergency Services II
Chapter 17: Safety Investigations and Analyses