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FLAME-SIM is the only training tool that allows you to perform unscripted, high pressure, full scale training scenarios. You tailor tactics specific to your department. FLAME-SIM drives every firefighter to face decision making on the fireground. This allows firefighters to transfer their individual experience and the battalions experience from training to the real world. FLAME-SIM’s unique technology combined with real firefighter experience has proven to train firefighters more effectively than videos or verbal instruction. Fire Chiefs and Training Chiefs consider FLAME-SIM a critical component to the practical lessons every fire house needs.
How do I create new scenarios?
Customization with FLAME-SIM is point and click. There is always pressure on training time, FLAME-SIM has point and click editors that allow you to customize to your apparatus and scenarios in just a few minutes. Light a fire in any room, place occupants in the structure, bystanders outside, change the structure type from platform to balloon, all to ensure your firefighters are faced with the same challenges they see in your response area. This allows you to maximize the training time without a lot of set up time.
How do departments use FLAME-SIM?
Departments have great success using FLAME-SIM. Besides the vigorous experience, departments are excited about the use of FLAME-SIM to train Incident Command and Fireground Communication. Departments separate the IC, interior companies, and exterior companies to drive the reality of the training. Each firefighter has their own view of the structure, is able to interact with the structure, and is forced to communicate using fireground radios as they currently do on the fireground. Departments discover that they exercise critical thinking and assessment and communication under stress. It feels very realistic.
How realistic is the training?
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Incident Command and firefighters must quickly take in an overwhelming amount of information. Each situation requires the right decisions, rapidly, on deployment and execution. FLAME-SIM trains for enhanced Teamwork and adherence of SOP’s. Our technology allows the fireground to unfold unscripted so the decision making reflects the actions of each firefighter. This allows EVERY participant in the training event to learn, as opposed to involving only the Incident Commander.
FLAME-SIM does not limit the actions of the firefighter, allowing them to make the same mistakes that are made on the fireground each day. This gives Command the ability to correct those mistakes as they occur. Firefighters can open any ventilation point, vent-enter-search, set fans and employ many more tactics in the FLAME-SIM environment, eliminating the need to script every correct and incorrect action of a firefighter.
Can I get after action reports?
Feedback is a critical to fire fighter evaluation. FLAME-SIM’s after action report tracks 59 actions, orders, and reports based upon NFPA standards. Actions such as 360 completions, hose size selection, point of attack, rooms searched, vents opened, and more are saved to the PC and printed. This provides the vital who, what, and, when information needed to critique the actions of each firefighter. FLAME-SIM also provides insight into the developing behaviors of rising leaders.
What does FLAME-SIM cost?
FLAME-SIM is sold in “seats” of software. Each seat allows one person to operate in the environment at a time. The maximum number of seats that FLAME-SIM currently supports in the same environment is 16. The common first purchase of FLAME-SIM is a number of seats equal to the number of companies in the department’s first alarm fire response for a confirmed fire. We can work with departments to increase or decrease the number of seats and/or package hardware and FLAME-SIM to work within your budget.
How can I see it in action?
For more information on FLAME-SIM or to see when we will be traveling to your area, please contact us.
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The principle objectives of the HIAL Airport Fire Service are to save lives in the event of an aircraft accident or incident and to reduce damage to property and the environment. The diverse nature of these operations require unique solutions to the many challenges presented and this is achieved through partnership working with internal departments and external stakeholders.
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A host of other critical tasks are also undertaken by the Airport Fire Service across the different locations: from wildlife and habitat management to snow clearing and de-icing, from providing ground handling services to conducting environmental inspections and a range of other duties.
Working to achieve the objectives of HIAL’s Strategic Plan, the Airport Fire Service are engaged in a range of initiatives aimed at minimising the environmental impact of its operations. Amongst these are the introduction of new de-icing products which offer significant improvements in environmental performance, a drive to minimise use of water, foam and fuel in AFS activities and the procurement of hybrid and electric vehicles.
The Airport Fire Service remains committed to exploring initiatives through which services can be offered to businesses and communities, including a range of Fire Safety courses, Fire Extinguisher servicing, fire risk assessment and first aid training.
HIAL continues to invest in its Airport Fire Service, with a recently-completed programme seeing all HIAL locations receiving new fire appliances and with further significant investment planned to enhance the environmental credentials of the AFS fleet of operational vehicles. Each of the coastal airports provides a water rescue capability, with two of HIAL’s locations – Sumburgh and Barra – providing fast rescue craft and Dundee providing a mud rescue capability.
The Chief Fire Officer is based at Head Office at Inverness Airport and is responsible for developing and reviewing Policy and Procedures in partnership with the Airport Fire Managers and their teams from each of the group’s 11 airports.
The provision of rescue and firefighting services requires competent staff and HIA has fully embraced the concept of competence-based training. On recruitment, all Fire-fighters receive a comprehensive initial training package before embark on a development programme designed to develop their knowledge and skills and offer avenues for career progression.
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Each airport has a range of training facilities, with training rigs enabling live fire-fighting practice. These are supported by the training syllabus, which enables a range of scenarios to be exercised in both live and table-top exercises on a rolling 24 month programme.
HIAL has close links with all of the external emergency services and agencies encompassed by the airports’ emergency plans. All HIAL airports have detailed plans for both internal responses to emergencies and plans that outline how joint working with partner agencies is managed. These plans are exercised on a continual basis and act to support the airports in their provision of coherent and well managed emergency arrangements.