Warden’s Training’s 2018

WARDEN & DEPUTY WARDEN 2018 SPRING TRAINING

TOPICS TO INCLUDE:
Agency Updates ~ Budget, Legislation, Staffing, Name Change, Tower Capital Improvement, Fire Weather, Online Fire Permits (success stories), FFP/FEPP
Fire Permit Laws and Regulation
Technology: Drone Use—Awareness on Wildfires
Lesson learned—2017 Dilly Fire, North Woodstock

Dates:
March 22 ~ Concord — Fire Standards & Training 9:00am – 12:00pm
Evening Sessions: 6:30pm — 9:30 pm
¨March 20~ Rumney, Russell Elementary School
¨ March 22~ Woodsville, Clifford Mem. Building — 65 S. Court St. (Rt. 135)
¨ March 26 ~ Milford Fire Department
¨ March 27 ~ Wilmot Fire Department
¨ March 28~ Keene, Southwest Fire MA training room
¨ March 28~ Barnstead Fire Department
¨ March 28~ Tuftonboro Fire Department
¨ March 29~ Lancaster, North Country Resource Center
¨ March 29 ~ Plainfield Fire Department
¨ April 2 ~ Bow, New FD/PD, across the street from the old Station
¨ April 3~ Colebrook Fire Department
¨ April 4~ North Conway Fire Department
¨ April 4~ Brentwood Fire Department
¨ April 5~ Lempster Fire Department
¨April 17 ~ Farmington Fire Department

Registration
Phone: 603-271-2214
E-mail: fire.training@dred.nh.gov

For More information please visit our website at:
www.nhdfl.org/fire-control-and-law-enforcement/training.aspx

CCFFWA mission statement

The mission of the Carroll County Forest Fire Wardens Association is to support the protection of New Hampshire’s natural forest resources from the threat of wildfire primarily in Carroll County. To encourage and provide training for Wardens, Deputy Wardens and firefighters in safe and efficient wildfire suppression techniques. Promote public education in regard to wildfire prevention and advocate for protective policies and adequate funding for and from local, state and federal agencies for the protection of New Hampshire’s natural forest resources from the threat of wildfire.