Fire Safety Academy

Translating fire science into strategy
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The FSRI Fire Safety Academy is an online learning management system equipped with numerous training courses designed for real-world application. As the fire environment continues to evolve and increase challenges for the fire service, training is more important than ever. Firefighting is a science, and the more the fire service can learn about fire dynamics and how their tactics impact the fire, the more effective their tactical decisions will become. 

The Fire Safety Academy will keep you up to date on topics including fire dynamics, firefighting tactics, firefighter health, and more. 

Stay on top of training, no matter your role. 

For the firefighter: 

The Fire Safety Academy provides firefighters free access to science-based training at their convenience. Users can log in to their personal profiles anywhere with an internet connection. With the tracking feature, logging training hours will be easier than ever. Users can pick up where they left off if they need to exit a course to leave for a call. Once a course is complete, completion certificates and transcripts can be downloaded and printed.

For the training officer: 

Training officers can create a Power User profile that will allow them to assign courses, track their members’ progress, and access training statistics. These online courses provide information that can also build a solid foundation for practical in-service drills. Tactical considerations from the research studies serve as great starting points to discuss the “why” behind certain actions taken on the fireground. 

Create a profile today to access:

  • Free, on-demand training, designed for real-world application
  • Science-based courses correlated to NFPA Professional Qualifications Standards
  • Built-in assessment to reinforce and validate learning
  • Certificates and transcripts to document course completion for individuals and departments
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Published: June 28, 2021