EVOC Fire Training

Motor pool costs are the 2nd largest expense for fire departments. Dramatically decrease motor pool expenses, collisions and injuries with On Q EVOC fire training. On Q provides training for your entire fire department fleet!

On Q EVOC provides online training to reinforce critical driving skills at a fraction of the cost of traditional simulation and on-road driver training.

Immediate return on investment with OnQ EVOC driving safety training – expect $100 saved for every $10 spent on training

  • 27% + reduction in workers comp payouts
  • 25% + improvement on training performance
  • 67% + reduction in critical errors

“On Q’s EVOC training module has been a God send. Holding class for one or two new hires has proven to be a logistical and costly nightmare.  On Q scored a home run with this product!  Our new hires can now be on the road now instead of waiting for weeks or months for us to schedule a full hands on EVOC class.”

C. LaMonda, Randolph County Ambulance

Officer training when you want, where you want

  • Self-paced, accessible 24/7
  • No downloads—cloud-based courses
  • Completion certificate provided
  • Refresh perishable skills
  • Pricing based on drivers to be trained – $75 +/- – contact us for a specific quote


On Q EVOC consists of six core lessons that take 25-30 minutes to complete and feature highly-focused practice scenarios proven to reinforce knowledge, hazard awareness and psychomotor skills for safer driving under the stresses of lights and sirens. Help your fire fleet overcome the hazards of the road.

On Q’s EVO Course Compliance with NHTSA Standards: On Q EVOC was developed to meet 3 hours of the NHTSA 1995 Module A classroom instruction requirement to meaningfully teach the subject matter using current online training technology. The online course immerses students in realistic training situations that depict actual EVOC maneuvers and test decision-making to train safe behaviors rather than simply test memory. The course focuses on Code 3 EVO driving to increase understanding of procedures to create safer drivers. An outline of all aspects of the course is attached for reference.


Certification: Meets or exceeds NHTSA, IACP, IADLEST, ALERT and other standards.  IADLEST National Certification for online EVO Course.
On Q was formally Applied Simulation Technologies (“AST”)

On Q EVOC Fire Course Description

Intersection Approach

  • Identify the primary goals of the Approach stage of intersection navigation
  • Label highway travel lanes with corresponding reference numbers
  • List the intersection approach tasks in sequence and link them to appropriate distances
  • Select appropriate methods for maximizing vehicle control when approaching intersections
  • Recognize the risks associated with improper intersection negotiation


Intersection Assessment

  • Describe how the assessment stage and the approach stage work together in intersection analysis
  • Identify all the hazards and potential hazards in a given scenario
  • Categorize the hazards as potential or immediate and prioritize them according to their level of danger
  • Recognize the risks associate with each hazard


Clearing the Intersection: Basics

  • List basic steps for clearing an intersection
  • Select appropriate methods for clearing an intersection
  • Recognize the risks associated with improper intersection clearing


Clearing the Intersection: Advanced Skills

  • Recognize the additional hazards associated with clearing a congested intersection
  • Recognize the importance of slowing down and giving you additional time to recognize and respond to these hazards
  • List the steps for safely clearing a congested intersection
  • Know the methods for clearing an intersection when your lanes are blocked
  • Identify the most common mistakes made when clearing a congested intersection


Intersection Departure & Course Summary

  • List the steps for safely departing an intersection
  • Recognizing the common hazards you might encounter during the departure stage
  • Recall all steps and key concepts in the EVO Intersection Analysis process


Attention and Distraction

  • Recognize negative effects of looking away from the road for more than two seconds
  • Practice strategies for eliminating controllable, internal distractions
  • Making necessary adjustments for minimizing outside distractions

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