19 CRR-NY 438.2NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 19. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
CHAPTER XII. OFFICE OF FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL
PART 438. NEW YORK STATE FIRE TRAINING PROGRAM—MINIMUM STANDARDS
19 CRR-NY 438.2
19 CRR-NY 438.2
438.2 Definitions.
As used in this Part:
(a) County fire coordinator shall mean the person appointed by a county pursuant to section 225-a of the County Law.
(b) County fire instructor shall mean a person meeting the requirements of this Part, designated by a county fire coordinator and authorized by the State Fire Administrator to conduct instruction of designated State fire training courses.
(c) Fire brigade shall mean a Federal or military fire department, New York State or county agency or authority with fire protection responsibilities, airport fire department, or industrial fire department which has been authorized by the State Fire Administrator to participate in the State Fire Training Program.
(d) Fire brigade training instructor shall mean an employee of a fire brigade meeting the requirements of this Part, designated by the employer of the fire brigade and authorized by the State Fire Administrator to conduct instruction of designated State fire training courses.
(e) Fire Brigade Training Program shall mean the delivery of designated State fire training courses by fire brigade training officers or fire brigade training instructors.
(f) Fire brigade training officer shall mean an employee of a fire brigade meeting the requirements of this Part, designated by the employer of the fire brigade and authorized by the State Fire Administrator to coordinate, administer and conduct instruction of designated State fire training courses.
(g) Fire protection specialist shall mean a full time employee of the Department of State holding a civil service fire protection specialist I, II, or III title.
(h) Live fire training shall mean training which utilizes an unconfined open flame or device that can propagate fire to a building or other combustible materials.
(i) Municipal fire instructor shall mean a person meeting the requirements of Part 426 of this Title, designated by a city, village or fire district fire department employing six or more permanent firefighters for delivery of firefighter training.
(j) Municipal training officer shall mean a person meeting the requirements of Part 426 of this Title, designated by a city, village or fire district fire department employing six or more permanent firefighters for administration and delivery of firefighter training.
(k) Municipal Training Program shall mean a training program of a city, village or fire district fire department employing six or more permanent firefighters meeting the requirements of Parts 426 and 427 of this Title.
(l) Outreach Training Program shall mean fire training courses conducted by the Office of Fire Prevention and Control or its designated representatives at local fire training facilities scheduled and conducted in accordance with training hours allocated to counties.
(m) Regional Training Program shall mean specialized training delivered by the Office of Fire Prevention and Control or its designated representatives at local facilities.
(n) Residential Training Program shall mean training delivered by the Office of Fire Prevention and Control or its designated representatives at the New York State Academy of Fire Science.
(o) Respiratory protection shall mean self-contained breathing apparatus, supplied air respirators, or air-purifying respirator.
(p) State fire instructor shall mean an occasional non-tenured employee of the Department of State paid on a fee basis for services rendered.
(q) State fire training course shall mean a specific training course developed, hosted, sponsored, or delivered by the Office of Fire Prevention and Control or its designated representatives.
(r) State Fire Training Program shall mean the delivery of State fire training courses by the Office of Fire Prevention and Control or its designated representatives.
(s) Subject matter specialist shall mean an individual, hired by the Department of State, to teach, instruct, deliver, or lecture special or advanced level subject material, as part of the State Fire Training Program.
(t) Supplemental Training Program shall mean the conduct of designated State fire training courses by a county.
(u) Training authorization letter shall mean a form prescribed by the Office of Fire Prevention and Control requiring certification by a chief officer or agency head that a person attending a fire training course requiring the use of respiratory protection equipment meets the medical fitness requirements prescribed by 29 CFR 1910.134, and if the person attending a fire training course is 16 or 17 years of age, requiring certification by a chief officer or agency head and parental permission to attend any State fire training course.
19 CRR-NY 438.2
Current through April 15, 2020
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