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Eileen mentioned that training received from any source must be properly documented.
The annual OSHA refresher requirements document entitled “Fire Department Annual Refresher” was also discussed.
It was mentioned that the Department of Labor (DOL) and Office of Fire Prevention and Control (OFPC), realizes that training may come from various sources, such as those offered by OFPC; vendors; in-house department training and from the fire service associations.
Their focus is to ensure that competencies are achieved by firefighters and their leaders and are not focused on the specific source of the training.
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The AFDSNY also mailed these documents to District Officials.As you will see in the document there is no longer a requirement that you provide a specific number of hours of annual refresher training (8) but rather that you must provide and document annual safety training in 6 specific areas as well as additional training from the suggested areas that apply to your department.This training does not have to occur in one single class, but must occur each year.This document identifies the required topics that must be covered and the applicable standard, as well how to identify additional topics specific to your department and your firefighters.Director Franko noted that these new requirements changes are no longer hour dependent.