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Alternative Fuel Vehicles OH March 27, 2017

Date: Mar 27, 2017
Location: Reynoldsburg, OH
Reynoldsburg, OH (United States)
Description: IAAI Ohio Chapter and Ohio Fire Marshal Office presents:

NFPA’s Alternative Fuel Vehicles Safety Training Course
Fire Investigation Edition - Curriculum Overview - Train the Trainer

Ohio Fire Marshal Office
8895 East Main St.
Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068

Attendance is FREE
Monday, March 27, 2017
Starts promptly at 8am and concludes at 5pm

Registration Deadline: March 20, 2017
Lunch and Breaks are each individual's responsibility.

NFPA’s Alternative Fuel Vehicles Safety Training informs fire investigators about the potential risks associated with investigating incidents involving all alternative fuel vehicles on our roadways, including electric, hybrid, hydrogen fuel cell, and gaseous fuels such as CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas), LPG (Liquid Propane Gas), and their recharging/refueling stations. This comprehensive instructor-led train-the-trainer course is comprised of videos, animations, slides, activities, and field evolution involving AFVs. The curriculum covers:

Module I – Introduction to AFVs
Program Overview
Types of AFVs

Module II – Fuel Types
High Voltage Electrical Power
Gaseous Fuel Properties
Biodiesel & Ethanol

Module III – Hybrid & Electric Vehicles
Vehicle Identification
Design Features
Vehicle Types
P/HEV and EV Components & Systems

Module IV – Gaseous Fuel Vehicles
Vehicle Identification
Gaseous vs. Conventional Vehicles
Vehicle Systems
CNG Vehicles
LNG Vehicles
LPG Vehicles

Module V – Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
Vehicle Identification
Fuel Cell Technology
Hydrogen Storage
Fuel Distribution
Safety Systems

Module VI – Vehicle Immobilization & Disabling
Disabling Procedures
Hybrid & Electric Vehicles
Gaseous Fuel Vehicles
Fuel Cell Vehicles

Module VII – AFV Fire Investigations
AFV Considerations
Fire Investigations
HEV/EV Considerations
Charging Station Considerations
Gaseous Fuel Considerations
Hydrogen Fuel Considerations
Bio-Diesel & Ethanol Considerations
Vehicle Removal

Module VIII – Program Review