New first responder training course features propane autogas

December 7, 2015 By    

The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), along with the Tulsa Area Clean Cities, plans to launch three alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) first responder safety training classes Dec. 8 at Tulsa Community College in Tulsa, Okla.

According to NAFTC, firefighters, emergency medical services and law enforcement officers will be trained in the three courses on techniques to safely respond to vehicle collisions, incidents and injuries involving alternative fuel vehicles. Education on propane autogas will be included in the AFV first responder classes. The courses will also provide information on alternative fuel properties and origins.

In addition to the three training sessions, NAFTC and Tulsa Area Clean Cities will showcase alternative fuel vehicles at the event. A propane Freightliner S2G cab and chassis and propane-fueled pickups will be among the vehicles displayed in Tulsa.

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