2022 NFPA 1584 Standard - Current Edition
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  • Description

    Help protect the health and safety of emergency responders with updates from the 2022 edition of NFPA 1584, Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises.

    First responders face many risks during emergency operations and training exercises, including dehydration and electrolyte imbalances due to overexertion. To help keep personnel hydrated and healthy, departments should follow a systematic and organized approach for rehabilitation during emergency operations and training exercises. Make this process an integral component of both an occupational safety and health program and incident scene management using the 2022 edition of NFPA 1584, Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises.

    Help responders recover from emergency operations and training with the latest post-incident rehabilitation methods.

    Several significant additions and updates were made to the 2022 edition of NFPA 1584, Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises, including the addition of new chapters on preliminary exposure reduction and post-incident recovery. The updated edition also includes new and expanded coverage of prehabilitation and rehabilitation at events, as well as new and revised requirements that address contamination control measures. A new reserved chapter on process implementation—which will be developed in future editions—was also created.

    This safety standard reflects the current science and knowledge on the rehabilitation of fire service members. By updating to the latest edition, your department can help ensure fire service members have procedures in place to keep them hydrated and healthy—and ready to protect your community.

    Be prepared to provide fire service members with the proper rest, rehydration, and medical monitoring.

    Order the 2022 edition of NFPA 1584, Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises, to help protect personnel today. (Print, 40 pp., 2022)

  • Table of Contents (2022 Current Edition)

    NFPA® 1584 Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises, 2022 Edition

    Chapter 1 Administration
    1.1 Scope.
    1.2 Purpose.
    1.3 Application.
    Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
    2.1 General.
    2.2 NFPA Publications.
    2.3 Other Publications.
    2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections.
    Chapter 3 Definitions
    3.1 General.
    3.2 NFPA Official Definitions.
    3.3 General Definitions.
    Chapter 4 Preparedness
    4.1 General.
    4.2 Recognition of Heat/Cold Stress.
    4.3 Member Prehabilitation.
    Chapter 5 Preliminary Exposure Reduction
    5.1 Implementation.
    5.2 Hazard Control Zones.
    5.3 Contamination Reduction.
    5.4 On-Scene Personal Hygiene.
    Chapter 6 Incident Scene and Training Rehabilitation
    6.1 Criteria for Implementation.
    6.2 Responsibilities of the Incident Commander.
    6.3 Responsibilities of the Supervisor.
    6.4 Responsibilities of the Rehabilitation Manager.
    6.5 Responsibilities of the Member.
    6.6 Formal Rehabilitation Location Characteristics.
    6.7 Rehabilitation Efforts.
    6.8 Cooling and Warming.
    6.9 Emergency Medical Care.
    6.10 Rehabilitation Disposition.
    6.11 Documentation.
    6.12 Wildland Incidents. (Reserved)
    6.13 USAR Incidents. (Reserved)
    6.14 Special Operations Incidents. (Reserved)
    Chapter 7 Post-Incident Recovery
    7.1 Demobilization.
    7.2 Post-Incident Status.
    7.3 Post-Incident Personal Hygiene.
    7.4 Station, Apparatus, Protective Clothing, and Equipment Decontamination.
    7.5 Potentially Traumatic Events.
    7.6 Exposure Reporting.
    7.7 Exposure Report Retention and Access.
    Chapter 8 Process Implementation (Reserved)
    Annex A Explanatory Material
    Annex B Managing Heat Stress, Cold Stress, and Heat -Related Illness
    Annex C Informational References
  • 2015 Edition

    Help responders recover from emergency operations and training with the latest post-incident rehab methods in the 2015 NFPA 1584.

    Dehydration and electrolyte imbalances due to over exertion are just two of the many risks faced by first responders during emergency ops and training exercises. To protect personnel, departments must follow a systematic and organized approach for rehabilitation during emergency operations and training exercises. Make this process an integral component of both an occupational safety and health program and incident scene management using the 2015 edition of NFPA 1584, Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises. Today's Standard reflects current science and knowledge on rehab of fire service members.

    Changes in this edition increase accountability at several levels of command.

    The 2015 NFPA 1584 delineates the responsibilities for the Incident commander, company officer, fire department member, and the rehab manager. This change will help ensure that rehab is being provided and used at emergency operations and training exercises by increasing accountability at different levels of command.

    Ensure your department is prepared to provide personnel with the proper rest, rehydration, and medical monitoring.

    Update to the latest edition of NFPA 1584 to protect the health and safety of emergency responders, so they're ready to protect your community. Annex material shows a sample standard operating procedure for a rehabilitation process, as well as information on the classification, signs, symptoms and treatment of heat stress and cold stress. Emphasis has been placed on fire fighters maintaining proper nutrition, hydration, and a healthy lifestyle prior to emergency operations or training exercises. (Print, 28 pp., 2015)

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