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OSFM Training Opportunities

Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Specialist 1 Training
This two day course provides an overview of Oregon's juvenile with fire intervention program, and includes policies, procedures and laws, child development and communication techniques, practice using the Oregon Juvenile with Fire Screening Tool, intervention options including educational strategies and referral processes, networking steps and data collection. 
​ Time:  Location:
​ May 14-15, 2015 ​ 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue
 Training Center
 12400 SW Tonquin Road
 Sherwood, OR

Submit registration form electronically of fax to 503-373-1825 or mail to 4760 Portland Road NE, Salem, OR 97305. For registration questions, contact 503-934-8240 or email krista.fischer@state.or.us.

Information Flier Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue

Registration Form Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue

Smoke Alarm Installation Program Training

The Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal is offering free one-hour training on our Smoke Alarm Installation Program, which is required for agencies who wish to participate in the program. The program provides smoke alarms, educational materials, and funding assistance to Oregon fire agencies who wish to conduct a smoke alarm installation project in their jurisdiction.

The training will include:

  • Planning a smoke alarm installation project
  • Replacing smoke alarms and batteries
  • Oregon smoke alarm law
  • Smoke alarm types and installation
  • Installation briefing
  • Program requirements
  • Applying for the program, ordering smoke alarms, and educational materials
  • Project funding




 Location:  Registration:
May 19 10:00 a.m.  ​Seaside Fire & Rescue
 150 S Lincoln St, Seaside, OR
May 19 ​ 3:00 p.m.  North Lincoln Fire & Rescue
 2525 NW Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR
May 27 ​ 6:00 p.m.  La Grande Fire Dept.  
 1806 Cove Ave, La Grande, OR
May 28 1:00 p.m. ​ Hermiston Fire Dept.
 78760  Westland Rd, Hermiston, OR
​ June 8 ​ 5:00 p.m. ​ Lakeview Fire Dept. 
 245 N. F St, Lakeview, OR 
​ June 9 ​ 6:30 p.m. ​ Klamath Falls Co. Fire Dist. #1 
 143 N Broad St, Klamath Falls, OR 
​ June 16 ​ 6:00 p.m. ​ Tangent RFPD.
 32053 Birdfoot Dr, Tangent, OR
​ June 24 ​ 6:00 p.m.  ​Coos Bay Fire Dept.
 450 Elrod Ave, Coos Bay, OR
​ June 25 ​ 6:00 p.m. ​ Rogue River Fire Dist. #1 
 4574 N River Rd, Gold Hill, OR
​ July 8 ​ 6:00 p.m.  Stayton Fire Dist. 
 41988 W Ida St, Stayton, OR
​ July 14 ​ 10:00 a.m.  ​McMinnville Fire Dept. 
 175 NE 1st St, McMinnville, OR
​ July 20 ​ 10:00 a.m. ​ South Lane Fire 
 233 Harrison Ave, Cottage Grove, OR
​ Aug 13 ​ 10:00 a.m. ​ Hood River Fire Station 
 1785 Meyer Pkwy, Hood River, OR
​ Aug 13 ​ 3:00 p.m. ​ Lake Oswego Fire Dept. 
 300 B Ave, Lake Oswego, OR
​ Sept 1 ​ 10:00 a.m. ​ Oregon Dept. of Forestry 
 415 Patterson Bridge Rd, John Day, OR
 ​Sept 3 ​ 10:00 a.m.  Washington Co. Fire Dept. #2 
 31370 NW Commercial St, North Plains, OR 


If you have questions, contact osfm.ce@state.or.us or call 503-934-8228. 


Best Practices in Community Risk Reduction

June 2-3, 2015

This course demonstrates nationally recognized principles which can lead to community risk reduction programs that can measure success in local communities.
Target audience for the course includes fire and emergency services personnel who help develop and deliver fire prevention and community risk reduction programs, fire and emergency services staff with an interest in advancing risk reduction efforts in their community, and allied health and community service personnel who help develop and deliver risk reduction programs.
Registration deadline is April 22, 2015.  To access the on-line registration form, click this link: Registration Link. Before attending any class at DPSST, you must have a student identification number issued by FEMA. For questions, contact Thelma Denney at 503-378-2408 or Thelma.denney@state.or.us
Commisioning New Occupancies
June 4-5, 2015
This course enables students to develop strategic approaches to solve the management challenge of getting a building or occupancy commissioned so the code official is confident all life safety and fire protection systems and features are working together properly and the structure is ready for human use.
Selection criteria: Individuals who are, or expect to be, responsible for verifying a building or occupancy to receive a certificate of occupancy.
Local jurisdictions are encouraged to submit applications of both their fire and building officials to attend a course together. Priority selection will be given to at least five pairs of such officials per course.
Registration deadline is April 24, 2015. To access the on-line registration form, click this link: Registration Link. Before attending any class at DPSST, you must have a student identification number issued by FEMA. For questions, contact Thelma Denney at 503-378-2408 or Thema.denney@state.or.us


Fire Service and Building Code Training
Fire and Life Safety Services provides​ training to the Oregon Fire Service based on state and national standards. Training is available online or through a classroom. Online training and the classroom training can be accessed through iLearnOregon

For more detailed information on the courses, please go to the Fire and Life Safety Services section.

 Fire & Life Safety Awareness I  Fire & Life Safety Awareness I
​ Fire & Life Safety Awareness II  Fire & Life Safety Awareness II
​ Oregon Basic Mechanical Code  Oregon Fire Code Amendments
​ Oregon Basic Building Code  Basic Fire Investigation 100
​ Oregon Fire Code Amendments  Basic Fire Investigation 200
​ Basic Fire Investigation 100  Company Inspector I-IV
 Company Inspector train-the-trainer
 Fire Plans Review

Fire Bridge™ Training
The Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM) provides a free training on how to use the basic functions of the Fire Bridge™ system. The course is intended for beginner users or those interested in a refresher of the Fire Bridge™ system. For questions or to request a training, contact the OSFM Data Unit at 1-877-588-8787 (toll free), 503-934-8250, or osfm.data@state.or.us

OSFM has access to an online learning management system called iLearnOregon. Individuals who use the iLearn system may take online training or exams, enroll in classroom courses, print certificates, use collaboration spaces, view announcements or documents, and access their transcripts. OSFM courses are available to community members and fire service employees.

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