Oregon Fire Apparatus & Equipment Mechanics Association
                          "Safety Through Education"



The George Eisert Scholarship application, Class schedule and class descriptions are now available. Some class details are still being finished up and some class info could change in the next week.



The 2016 School is just around the corner, the week of March 7-11th. Classes coming up are

Cummins ISL, Insite,
EVT F-1 Maintenance, Inspection, & Testing of Fire Apparatus,
Air Brakes & Foundation Brakes,
Steering & Suspension,
F-6 Allison Transmissions,
F-2 Fire Apparatus Design & Performance, 

E-1 Ambulance Design & Performance Standards, 
E-0 Maintenance, Inspection, & Testing of Ambulances, 
E-4 Ambulance Cab & Chassis,
Kussmaul products, auto eject rebuild & maintenance, 
Pump Testing,

New Vehicle Ordering options, Setup, & Installations
Hale Fire Pumps and Accessories, 

and more in the works.







Do you have a maintenance problem and don't know where to find the answer?   Check out the "EVT Tech Talk" mechanics forum.  Fellow mechanics, on this free website, may already have the answer to your question.  Their link is listed on our 'Website Links' page.  Check it out...

The Oregon Fire Apparatus & Equipment Mechanics Association is a non-profit educational organization.





The purpose of this organization is to provide complete and comprehensive education and certification on the service and maintenance of emergency apparatus.

OFAEMA works with the Emergency Vehicle Technician Certification Program to assure that all of our preparation classes meet their education standards.  This will assure that the training mechanics receive at the local level is consistant with the training recognized by other states.

You can contact the Education committee by email or phone. rick@ofaema.org or 503-369-2053. 


Next Board of Directors Meeting                

June 27th, 2015 @ 12:00

Location: Grants Pass


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