Law Enforcement Safety Training for Alternative Fuel Vehicles
No Cost-Targeted-First Responder Training for Instructors*
Alternative fuel vehicles are becoming more common on Oklahoma’s roadways. With increased vehicle use, the chance of these new technologies being involved in a collision also increases. Firefighters, EMS, and law enforcement need to be trained on the differences in these vehicles and the proper procedures for safely addressing incidents involving natural gas, propane autogas, hydrogen, electric drive and biofuel powered vehicles.
This classroom-style course is designed to educate law enforcement personnel on how to safely interact with an alternative fuel vehicle involved in a traffic incident. This includes education on the fuels, how these vehicle differ from conventionally fueled vehicles, and proper, audience-specific procedures to implement when dealing with a collision involving an alternative fuel vehicle.
The course you are registering for is designed to train Law Enforcement trainers. EMS and firefighter trainers should register for one of our other targeted training classes.
- Classroom Work
- Instructor Manual
- Hands-On Activities
Leave session with everything needed to conduct end-user classes in your local area.
Receive no-cost support after the training session from the NAFTC and NAFTC First Responder instructors to assist in implementation of this important training in your area.
If you have any questions about this class, please contact us at 304-293-7882 and ask for Micheal Smyth, Assistant Director for Curriculum Development and Training.