Emergency Services Risk Reduction Program Certificate

The Fire Hero Learning Network now offers an Emergency Services Risk Reduction Program Certificate for registered users who complete four specific FHLN online self-paced programs. Three self-paced programs are required. The fourth program is the user’s choice between two programs.

To earn credit for each program, you must view the program in its entirety and pass the Skills Challenge test. Once you earn credit for all four programs, you will be able to download a special Emergency Services Risk Reduction Program Certificate representing four hours of tested training.

When you have completed all the programs, you can download the certificate from your Completed Programs page. If you have any technical problems, please file a support ticket.

The programs required for the Emergency Services Risk Reduction Program Certificate are listed below. Everyone must take After Action Review, Courage to Be Safe®, and Leadership, Accountability, Culture, and Knowledge (LACK). Then, you must take either Creating Change in the Fire Service or Stress First Aid for Fire and EMS Personnel.

Requirements

Courage To Be Safe®

Courage To Be Safe®

This firefighter training module provides an introduction to all sixteen Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and assists the user in taking the first steps toward addressing these safety initiatives in their job and department.

Leadership, Accountability,  Culture and Knowledge (LACK)

Leadership, Accountability, Culture and Knowledge (LACK)

This module educates fire officers how to make changes in their departments that will help prevent line of duty deaths.

After Action Review

After Action Review

After Action Review (AAR) offers the fire service the opportunity to formalize the tradition of informal post-incident conversations.

Creating Change in the Fire Service

Creating Change in the Fire Service

This module is a roundtable discussion between five fire service leaders about how to create change in the fire service and lead a culture of safety.

Stress First Aid for Fire and EMS Personnel

Stress First Aid for Fire and EMS Personnel

Firefighter Life Safety Initiative #13 states: "Firefighters and their families should have access to counseling and psychological support."