Emergency Response Maintainers (Firefighters) – OPG -2018
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Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform emergency response to actual site incidents in accordance with policies, procedures and regulations. This would include but is not limited to incidents such as fire emergencies, first aid/medical situations, hazardous material, rescues and health and safety situations. Operate and maintain response equipment.
- Perform inspection, testing, operation and maintenance of emergency response equipment including but not limited to firefighting and Hazmat equipment, fire extinguishers, and fire-related station equipment and systems.
- Demonstrate the use of Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), as required.
- Process “hot work” activities, as recognized by the National Fire Code, transient combustible materials permits and fire related documentation.
- Act as a technical resource to other work groups on emergency response issues.
- Perform functions related to the work group, such as work group communications, procedure writing and assessing.
- Accountable for the health, safety and well being of self and others, in accordance with technical/operating procedures and standards.
- Provide training and makes formal presentation for station non ERT and ERT staff in the use of emergency procedures and equipment such as, fire, hazardous materials and rescue.
- Continue and maintains training qualifications for the position.
- Shall maintain a level of physical fitness that is relevant to the type of work being performed, which involves successfully completing the initial York University Firefighter Fitness Assessment and maintain annual physical and medical incumbent testing as required by CSA-N293.
- Have minimum Grade 12 education or equivalent.
- Fire Fighter I & II Certified.
- Completed or enrolled in a accredited community college certification program for “Pre-Service Fire Fighter” is an asset.
- Completion of the Fire Protection technologist program as asset.
- Successfully completed the York University Physical Fitness Fire Fighter test within the last 6 months.
- Valid Ontario Drivers License certification for “D” with “Z” endorsement.
- Valid certification for Standard First Aid and CPR.
- Enrollment in an accredited Ontario Fire College Fire Fighter certification program.
- Strong communication skills.
- Concern for safety.
- Self control.
- Relationship building.
- Self confidence.
- Exceptional range of opportunities province-wide
- Long-term career growth and development opportunities
- Electricity is vital to the province
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