Firefighter (Casual) – Canadian Nuclear Laboratories – 2022
Under the general supervision of the Fire Platoon Chief, Firefighters will respond to Structural Fires, Forest Fires, Hazardous Materials Incidents, High Angle and Confined Space Emergencies, Medical Responses, Auto Extrication Incidents and other such emergencies. Firefighters will inspect buildings for fire hazards and compliance with Fire Prevention. Firefighters will participate in the training program that meets departmental regulations.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide emergency response.
- Participate in Fire Prevention activities, in respect to the protection of personnel and property.
- Perform routine inspections and maintenance of fire department equipment and apparatus.
- Assist with the inspection, testing and maintenance of fire protection systems, as per applicable codes and standards.
- Assist with updating and reviewing pre-incident plans.
- Review all departmental policies, procedures and pre-incident plans regularly, as directed by Management.
- Participate in fire drills and demonstrations of firefighting techniques.
- Drive and operate fire fighting vehicles and equipment.
- Participate in the training program to meet departmental regulations.
- Perform other related duties as required.
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (Grade 12).
- Post secondary diploma in Firefighting Education or NFPA 1001 equivalent.
- Must meet the NFPA 472 standard for Hazardous Materials Responder Technician Level.
- Must meet the NFPA 1006 standard for Rescue.
- Must meet the requirements of S-103 standard for Wildland Firefighters.
- Maintain certification in first aid/CPR/defibrillation /O2 therapy.
- Maintain a valid “DZ” Ontario driver’s licence or equivalent.
- Must meet the minimum departmental medical and physical requirements.
- Must maintain the knowledge, skills to complete the normal daily duties of an industrial firefighter including but not limited to assisting with the inspection, testing and maintenance of fire protection systems.
- Successfully complete the firefighter training program
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