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Engine Operator (ENOP) PMS-419 (IQCS No.: N9018)

Engine Operator (PMS 419) Ordering Information:

National Interagency Fire Center
ATTN: Great Basin Cache Supply Office
3833 S. Development Avenue
Boise, ID 83705
NFES 2660

The August 2009 version of PMS 419 - Engine Operator is now available through the Publication Management System. The NFES Catalog can be accessed at http://www.nwcg.gov/pms/pubs/pubs.htm#cat.

ENOP Student Prerequisites (August 2009):

  • Completion of S-130, S-131, S-190, S-211, and I-100 courses is required prior to attending engine operator training. Students  must be fully qualified at the FFT2 level.

Fire Engine Maintenance Procedure and Record (FEMPR)

Make a FEMPR Suggestion (include: name/office, page number/section that comments relate to, subject, and comment[s]) 

Engine Operator (ENOP) Position Task Book (June 2006)
     Normal format (8.5" X 11")
     Booklet format 

BLM Normal Unit Stocking (NUS) 

Annual Motor Vehicle Maintenance/Safety Checklist (Form 1520-35, February 2002 version)

Water Handling Equipment Guide (Fifth Edition, October 2003) 

BLM National Equipment Program Web site

Improvement/Deficiency Reporting Web site 

Contact: Tommy Hayes, 208-387-5423