First Responder Safety Training on Biofuels, Gaseous Fuels, and Hydrogen
Presented by: National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC)
Instructor: Gary Garrisi, Battalion Chief, Yuba City Fire Department
Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
When an accident involves an alternative fuel vehicle (AFV), emergency and first responders must achieve a balance between speed and caution. These courses will equipped emergency and first responders with the knowledge they need to manage automotive accidents involving AFVs, an increasingly relevant topic as AFV adoption rates increase.
NAFTC First Responder Safety Training features a suite of modern technology products and training for biofuels, gaseous fuels, and hydrogen vehicles including:
· -- Instructor manuals
· -- Participant manuals
· -- Workshop booklets
· -- NAFTC’s Quick Reference Guide
· -- Quick Reference Guide mobile App (free download)
· -- Online training (Electric drive only)
Note: Due to time constraints, these offerings from the NAFTC will be a broad overview of the course content.
When & Where
Gladstein, Neandross, & Associates (GNA)
ACT Expo 2013 is produced by Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), one of the nation’s leading consulting firms specializing in market development for alternative fuels, vehicles, and equipment. With nearly 20 years of conference production experience, GNA has organized many of the nation’s leading clean and advanced technology events that have brought together tens of thousands of attendees. Prior events include: the national Faster Freight – Cleaner Air conference series; the Low Carbon Fuels conference series; the HHP Summit; the Clean Vehicle Technologies Expo; the Low Carbon Fuels Expo; the National Biomethane Summit; the NGV Fleet Summit; and more. GNA has teamed with leaders in alternative fuel vehicle markets to create and produce ACT Expo as an exceptional new showcase for clean vehicles.