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Fire Apparatus Operator Pumper (3RD 11 Edition)by Thomas Sturtevant
Synopses & Reviews
Firefighters aspiring to meet the professional qualifications for Vehicle Driver/Pump Operator will benefit from the second edition of Introduction to Fire Pump Operations. Thoroughly updated to the 2003 Edition of NFPA Standard 1002 Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications, it teaches readers to efficiently, effectively, and safely operate and maintain fire pumps. Topics are logically organized, beginning with an overview of the roles and responsibilities of the driver and operator, then stepping through the construction of pumps and operational procedures and progressing to the theory and principles behind water flow. Important water flow calculations are illustrated, followed by expanded information on automatic nozzles, standpipe operations, hydrant flows, and other topics that promote the safe and efficient operation of pumps.
Practical and straight-forward, including all new step-by-step skills, FIRE APPARATUS OPERATOR: PUMPER, 3rd EDITION meets the intent of Chapter 5 of the NFPA 1002, 2009 Edition. Boasting a full-color design with enhanced photos and graphics, the third edition steps the reader through the basics of driving, pump operations and maintenance before moving on to the specifics of hydraulics and the calculations required for on scene operations. With expanded coverage on safe driving practices and driver requirements as well as a special section on rural pump operations, this book is a necessary training manual for aspiring driver/operators as well as a handy resource for practicing pump operators.
Based on the 2009 Edition of Chapter 5 of the NFPA Standard 1002 FIRE APPARATUS OPERATOR: PUMPER, 3rd EDITION boasts a full-color design, all new step by step skills, and emphasizes safe practices for emergency vehicle operation.
About the Author
Dr. Thomas B. Sturtevant is a Program Manger for the Emergency Services Training Institute (ESTI) at Texas A&M University System. He is currently responsible for ESTI's ProBoard accreditation/certification and curriculum development program, the Department of Defense Emergency Services Training and Education program, as well as the Emergency Management Administration online Bachelor degree program with West Texas A&M University. He is a Certified Fire Protection Specialist and has an Education Doctorate in Leadership for Teaching and Learning, as well as a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Tennessee.
Table of Contents
Preface XI. NFPA 1002, Chapter 5 Correlation Guide XVII. FESHE Correlation Guide XXI. SECTION I: PUMP OPERATOR AND EMERGENCY VEHICLES. 1. Pump Operator Duties and Responsibilities. 2. Emergency Vehicle Preventive Maintenance. 3. Driving Emergency Vehicles. SECTION II: PUMP CONSTRUCTION AND PERIPHERALS. 4. Pump Operating Principles and Construction. 5. Pump Peripherals. 6. Hose, Appliances, and Nozzles. SECTION III: PUMP PROCEDURES. 7. Water Supplies. 8. Pump Operations. 9. Discharge Maintenance and Troubleshooting. SECTION IV: WATER FLOW CALCULATIONS. 10. Introduction to Hydraulic Theory and Principles. 11. Fireground Flow and Friction Loss Considerations. 12. Pump Discharge Pressure Calculations. APPENDIXES APPENDIX A: NFPA Standards Related to Pump Operations. APPENDIX B: Sample Generic Standard Operating Procedures. APPENDIX C: Samples of State Laws for Emergency Vehicle Drivers. APPENDIX D: Sample Pump Manufacturers' Troubleshooting Guides Appendix E Sample Vehicle Inspection Forms. APPENDIX F: Charts for Friction Loss, Nozzle Reaction, and Nozzle Discharge. APPENDIX G: Hydraulics Calculation Information Sheet. APPENDIX H: Conversion Charts. Acronyms. Glossary. Index.
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