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Trainers Del Westfall and Dave Plenert led the firefighters through the PowerPoint, test and practical portions of the EVO course at the fire hall.

The training is based on the British Columbia Fire Department Standards, which identifies the performance requirements for drivers of fire department vehicles.

The course was based on driver safety, responsibility and skills training.

All of the participating firefighters passed the test.

The practical portion of the course was conducted on the fire hall parking lot and on a nearby property.

Firefighters got to drive one of two pumpers, a tender and the water supply truck through the courses that tested five skills.

They included going through a serpentine course both forward and backward, parking in a gap with a decreasing width, doing a three-point turn, backing into a gap on the passenger and backing into a gap on the driver’s side.

Firefighter callouts

SGLVFD firefighters responded to two vehicular incidents on the Labour Day long weekend.

The first incident involved an Off-Road Vehicle accident that resulted in minor injuries.

The second incident involved a motorcycle accident that sent the injured rider to the hospital.

Read more: Green Lake VFD members complete Emergency Vehicle Operations
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Trainers Del Westfall and Dave Plenert led the firefighters through the PowerPoint, test and practical portions of the EVO course at the fire hall.

The training is based on the British Columbia Fire Department Standards, which identifies the performance requirements for drivers of fire department vehicles.

The course was based on driver safety, responsibility and skills training.

All of the participating firefighters passed the test.

The practical portion of the course was conducted on the fire hall parking lot and on a nearby property.

Firefighters got to drive one of two pumpers, a tender and the water supply truck through the courses that tested five skills.

They included going through a serpentine course both forward and backward, parking in a gap with a decreasing width, doing a three-point turn, backing into a gap on the passenger and backing into a gap on the driver’s side.

Firefighter callouts

SGLVFD firefighters responded to two vehicular incidents on the Labour Day long weekend.

The first incident involved an Off-Road Vehicle accident that resulted in minor injuries.

The second incident involved a motorcycle accident that sent the injured rider to the hospital.

Read more: Green Lake VFD members complete Emergency Vehicle Operations
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Trainers Del Westfall and Dave Plenert led the firefighters through the PowerPoint, test and practical portions of the EVO course at the fire hall.

The training is based on the British Columbia Fire Department Standards, which identifies the performance requirements for drivers of fire department vehicles.

The course was based on driver safety, responsibility and skills training.

All of the participating firefighters passed the test.

The practical portion of the course was conducted on the fire hall parking lot and on a nearby property.

Firefighters got to drive one of two pumpers, a tender and the water supply truck through the courses that tested five skills.

They included going through a serpentine course both forward and backward, parking in a gap with a decreasing width, doing a three-point turn, backing into a gap on the passenger and backing into a gap on the driver’s side.

Firefighter callouts

SGLVFD firefighters responded to two vehicular incidents on the Labour Day long weekend.

The first incident involved an Off-Road Vehicle accident that resulted in minor injuries.

The second incident involved a motorcycle accident that sent the injured rider to the hospital.

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Green Lake VFD members complete Emergency Vehicle Operations

Members of the South Green Lake Volunteer Fire Department (SGLVFD) recently completed the Emergency Vehicle Operations (EVO) component of the Structure Firefighter Competency & Training Playbook.

Trainers Del Westfall and Dave Plenert led the firefighters through the PowerPoint, test and practical portions of the EVO course at the fire hall.

The training is based on the British Columbia Fire Department Standards, which identifies the performance requirements for drivers of fire department vehicles.

The course was based on driver safety, responsibility and skills training.

All of the participating firefighters passed the test.

The practical portion of the course was conducted on the fire hall parking lot and on a nearby property.

Firefighters got to drive one of two pumpers, a tender and the water supply truck through the courses that tested five skills.

They included going through a serpentine course both forward and backward, parking in a gap with a decreasing width, doing a three-point turn, backing into a gap on the passenger and backing into a gap on the driver’s side.

Firefighter callouts

SGLVFD firefighters responded to two vehicular incidents on the Labour Day long weekend.

The first incident involved an Off-Road Vehicle accident that resulted in minor injuries.

The second incident involved a motorcycle accident that sent the injured rider to the hospital.

Read more: Green Lake VFD members complete Emergency Vehicle Operations

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