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Name Risk-Based Response to Battery Emergencies : ( _)
Description Generic event added to the course catalog to be used when scheduling Conferences, Divisional Trainings, Event, Exercise, Meeting, Seminar, or Workshop to effectively show this event on the calendar.
Target Audience Course Topics: * Battery construction and chemistry * Recognition and identification * Understand direct current (DC) * Battery hazard and risk assessment * Recognizing and responding to thermal runaway * Response considerations * Air monitoring * Battery fire strategy and tactics
Additional Information **Class begins at 0830am** This 8-hour course includes classroom and hands-on training to prepare responders to conduct risk-based response to battery emergencies for multiple types of batteries including Lithium-Ion. The course covers batteries found in transportation including passenger vehicles, ground transportation, air and sea shipping, as well as residential, commercial, and industrial settings.
Location Seminole County Fire Training Center
Address 201 Valentine Way
Longwood 32750
Region 5

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Date Sunday, Sep 25, 2022 - Sunday, Sep 25, 2022
Point of Contact Lt. Fulton
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Benjamin FultonSeminole Seminole County Fire Dept.
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