Indispensable for fire service leaders and wildland fire fighting groups, NFPA 1051 covers the special skills required -- and the hazards faced -- by today's personnel on the line in wildland fire incidents. Wildland fires in the United States and worldwide are increasing in frequency and intensity, underscoring the need for proper training and staff assessment of professional wildland firefighting personnel.
Renamed for the 2016 edition, NFPA 1051 presents up-to-date minimum job performance requirements (JPRs) necessary to perform the duties of a wildland fire fighter and fire officer. The Standard is intended to help improve performance in the field as well as reduce the risk of injury and loss of life. Standalone chapters address the roles and responsibilities of Wildland Fire Fighters I and II, Wildland Fire Officer I and II, Wildland/Urban Interface Protection Specialist, and Wildland/Urban Interface Coordinator.
Changes in NFPA 1051 include:
Protect communities from wildland fires and safeguard lives on the line with NFPA 1051.
Fire service organizations throughout the U.S. and around the globe reference NFPA 1051 to ensure wildland firefighting personnel have the knowledge and skills required to conduct all levels of wildland operations.