For Immediate Release: AFV First Responder Safety Training offered in Oklahoma City Aug 24-25; Courses focus on targeted information for firefighters, EMS and Law Enforcement
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For Immediate Release

Contact: Daniel Jeffries, Energy Programs Specialist
918-579-9434 /
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training Offered for First Responders in Oklahoma
Courses focus on targeted information for Firefighters, EMS and Law Enforcement

First responder trainers in Oklahoma will have an opportunity to learn safety procedures and best practices concerning Alternative Fuel Vehicles (AFV) on August 24 and 25 at Oklahoma City Community College's Professional Development Institute. The courses, taught by the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) are hosted by Tulsa Area Clean Cities (TACC), and are tailored to each profession.

With an increased use of alternative fuel vehicles throughout Oklahoma, the chance of these new technologies being involved in a collision also increases. Fire, emergency medical services (EMS), and law enforcement personnel need to be trained on the proper procedures for safely addressing incidents involving these new technologies.
These three targeted courses feature techniques to safely respond to vehicle collisions, incidents and injuries involving alternative fuel vehicles. Additionally, the courses include information on alternative fuels, their properties and origins, and ways in which alternative fuel vehicles differ from conventionally fueled vehicles.
Developed by the NAFTC, these courses were made possible by TACC through funding from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Clean Cities program, and were constructed from existing NAFTC First Responder Safety Training materials.

Registration is free and open to trainers from each field - police, fire, and EMS. Trainer status will be verified. Space is limited to 20 students per class, and registration ends August 5.
Class Registration & Schedule
  • Wednesday, August 24, 2016
  • Thursday, August 25, 2016
For more information, please contact Daniel Jeffries by email at or by calling 918-579-9434.
The Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition (TACC) promotes the use of alternative fuel vehicles, to increase energy security, reduce fleet operating costs, and improve the environment while reducing petroleum use in the transportation sector. The Tulsa coalition is one chapter of the nationwide U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities program, and serves as a resource for the eastern half of Oklahoma. Tulsa Area Clean Cities is hosted by INCOG, the regional planning authority for the Tulsa area. The program is member-supported, and funded by INCOG, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Department of Energy.

The NAFTC was founded in 1992 and manages education and outreach programs and activities, develops curricula, and conducts training on subject matter related to alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles. The NAFTC works with universities, community colleges and high schools around the country to develop training programs for dissemination at the local level. The organization consists of approximately 50 National and Associate Training Centers that utilize its curricula and training materials. Numerous other members from small business, government, and industry also support the NAFTC's mission.

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