Date(s) - October 01
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Valley Fire & Rescue
WV Public Service Training is pleased to partner with Valley Fire & Rescue to provide you Ohio Valley Training Weekends. Each month, Valley will host a different class to enhance training. Attached, you will find the planned 2022 schedule. Each month, the next month’s course will be advertised and registration opened.
October’s Training Will Be: Farm Rescue
Please note: Due to some unforeseen circumstances, the original course planned for August, Basic Pump Operations, was cancelled and has been rescheduled for November 5 & 6, 2022.
Description: This course was designed to provide firefighters, emergency medical and rescue personnel with knowledge of farm accidents, farm hazards, and general rescue/extrication procedures. This course covers agriculture statistics, pre-incident planning, hazards, safety, scene size-up, resources, types of farm equipment, types of farm structures, types of injuries and rescue/extrication procedures. The course is broken up into two days: the first day is classroom work including classroom exercises, lecture, videos and slide presentations. The second day consists of field exercises with an emphasis placed on: tractor, power take off and farm implement stabilization, rescue and extrication procedures. This course would be beneficial to responders who not only have farms in their response areas but also golf courses, industry, or any other business that uses agriculture types of equipment. The course is designed for the potential rescuer to successfully respond to these types of emergencies in their areas. The course concentrates on agriculture and agriculture incidents common for the local area.
PPE Needed: Gear or Coveralls and long sleeve shirts, ear and eye protection, gloves, and steel toed boots
Location: Valley Fire & Rescue (28409 Huntington Rd., Apple Grove, WV 25502)
Date: October 1-2, 2022
Instructor: Steve Cavender
To Register: Follow the guidelines in the attached document using the course number in this posting. WVPST is adopting a new registration platform that we believe will be more user-friendly. Should you have any issues, please contact Eva Godbey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Link: www.pstachio.wvnet.edu (If link doesn’t work, use Google Chrome and search PSTachio.wvnet.edu)
Course ID: 23-004-05 WVPST Parkersburg
If you have any questions or issues registering, please contact Eva Godbey at email@example.com
PST Class Registrations
Go to: https://pstachio.wvnet.edu/
If you don’t have an account, click Register.
- Under location, select the correct region of the hosted class.
- Parkersburg: Calhoun, Gilmer, Jackson, Mason, Putnam, Roane, Wirt, Wood
- Charleston: Boone, Cabell, Clay, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo, Wayne
- Complete all of the information.
- WVOEMS # is not applicable, if you do not have a WVOEMS account
- Verify account through the email you receive from PSTachio.
- Once you have verified your account, the respective PST Regional Coordinator and Specialist will receive a notification to approve your account.
- After your account has been approved, you need to log in using the email address and password you set up.
- Click Registration
- Enter the course number provided to you for the respective course.
- Parkersburg 21-XXX-05
- Charleston 21-XXX-03
- Press Enter after the course number is entered
- Click Register
- You should be rerouted to your Transcript.
**If you have taken PST courses but have never created an account or try to register and are prompted with an account already exists for that username, contact your local PST for a password reset.
**Using the email address and password will allow you to review your transcript for all PST classes you have taken since July 2016, provided you have used the same email address for each region. If you have taken a class and received a certificate, but it doesn’t show up on your transcript, contact the PST office for the area you took the course.
**If you are unable to log in, please contact Eva Godbey for a password reset. Eva.firstname.lastname@example.org or (304) 766-0011 ext. 22.