Alternative Fuel Vehicle Training for First Responders in Tennessee


Middle Tennessee Clean Fuels is partnering with the Lincoln College of Technology/Nashville Auto Diesel College to present a training course on May 9 that gives first responders critical information about safely working at accident scenes involving alternative fuel vehicles.

The course, which is a part of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium's curriculum, will give public safety officers and first responders best practices for approaching incidents that involve electric, propane, biofuel and natural gas vehicles, as well as safety information related to alt-fuel vehicle refueling infrastructure.

There is a $65 registration fee for the seven-hour course. For more information and to register, click HERE.

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