TERRYVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

Chiefs Policies & Best Practices

Attendance Forms

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Members with an email on file with the district should have received an email from VFIS University notifying them of their account activation. They will also receive an email from TargetSolutions asking them to click a link and to validate their email address. Each member MUST complete this action. If someone does not receive the email, please check your SPAM filter and then notify the Chief's Office so they can arrange for it to be resent by VFISU.

Once you are registered and activated, you can amend your password.

The current listing of free courses is available in the Bulletin Board within your TargetSolutions Dashboard.

TargetSolutions offers their own courses, at a reduced fee to their clients. 

As per the BOFC, the only course paid for by the district is:

Fleet Program Emergency Vehicle Operations Course.

Members should only take this course if you have not attended the classroom course or another approved online EVOC class AND you have received prior approval from the Chiefs Office.

Training Information

Department Bylaws

Department Calendar

Chiefs Directives

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Section 1 - SAFETY

BP# 1-01: Health & Safety Program

BP# 1-02: DSO Duties & Responsibilities

BP# 1-03: ISO Duties & Responsibilities

BP# 1-04: Safety Vehicle

BP# 1-05: Use of PPE

BP# 1-06: Respiratory Protection

​BP# 1-07: Use of SCBA

BP# 1-08: Personal Escape Systems

BP# 1-09: Risk Management Plan

BP# 1-10: Accident & Injury Investigation

BP# 1-11: Vehicle Backing

BP# 1-12: Rehabilitation


​Section 2 - CHIEFS POLICIES

CP# 2-01: Mission Statement

CP# 2-02: Chain of Command

​CP# 2-03: Conduct Expectations

​CP# 2-03(A): Sexual Harassment

​​CP# 2-03(B): Workplace Violence

CP# 2-04: New Membership

​CP# 2-05: Station Rules

CP# 2-06: Wearing of the Uniform

​CP# 2-07: Traffic & Parking

CP# 2-08: Attendance Credit & Tracking

​​CP# 2-09: Alarm Response Requirement

CP# 2-10: Drill & Training Requirement

​CP# 2-11: Apparatus Driver Qualification

     Driver Training Progress Form

     Apparatus Operation Training Progress Form

CP# 2-12: Work Order Requests

​​CP# 2-13: Social Media

​​CP# 2-14: Fire Police

​​CP# 2-15: Use of Cots & Blankets

CP# 2-16: EMS Squad

CP# 2-17:  Awards & Citations

CP# 2-18: 17 Year-Old Members (Pilot)


​Section 3 -  FIRE OPERATIONS

​BP# 3-01: Incident Command System

BP# 3-02: Accountability

BP# 3-03: Private Dwelling Fires

BP# 3-04: Commercial Structure Fires

​​​BP# 3-05: Rapid Intervention Team

​​BP# 3-06: Carbon Monoxide Incidents

BP# 3-07: Vehicle Fires

BP# 3-08: Dumpster/Trash Fires

​BP# 3-09: Brush Fires

BP# 3-10: Natural & LP Gas Incidents

BP# 3-11: Flammable Liquid Incidents

BP# 3-12: Motor Vehicle Crashes

​BP# 3-13:  Automatic Fire Alarms

​​BP# 3-14: Hazardous Materials Incidents

​​​​BP# 3-15: For Future Use

BP# 3-16: Emergency Vehicle Operation

BP# 3-17: Alarm Response

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Section 4 -  EMS OPERATIONS
BP# 4-01: EMS Alarm Response
​​​​BP# 4-02: EMS In-House Stand-by​
BP# 4-03: Emergency Vehicle Operation

BP# 4-04: EMS Squad - First Responder

BP# 4-05: EMT Clearance Procedures

​     EMT Field Evaluation Forms

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(Follow the directions for enrollment)

- If you miss the Hazardous Materials Refresher class, you may complete their online course

Upon receipt of your certificate AND a sign-in sheet, the Chiefs Office will credit you accordingly.

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