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In compliance with NFPA 1670 and 1006 our Operations (Intermediate) level class is designed to give the attendee a working knowledge of scene operations and basic auto rescue skills and techniques.
 
We then give an introduction into the techniques of the next level, hoping to give the attendee an incentive to continue learning.

Intermediate Auto Extrication (Operations Level) 20 hrs

 

This class is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the requirements specified in chapter 2 of NFPA 472 standard (6-2.1) Response to Hazardous Materials.

NFPA 1670 chapter 6, Operations level technical rescue functions, 

NFPA 1006 (6-1.1-6-1.8). Operations level functions.

 

The NFPA establishes an Awareness, Operations and Technician level for vehicle and machinery rescue much like the field of hazardous material emergency response.  Each level has its own capabilities as well as limitations.

 

 Operations level includes the capability of hazard recognition, equipment use, and techniques necessary to safely and effectively support, and participate in, a technical rescue incident.  Operations are carried out under the supervision of Technician-level personnel.

 

Class Overview:

Upon completion of this course, attendees should have a working knowledge of:

  • Scene safety, and safety zones,
  • An awareness of scene management procedures
  • Vehicle stabilization, (both single and multiple car)
  • Determining access and egress points for the safe removal of victims and crew.
  • Basic and intermediate level extrication techniques
  • Isolation of potentially harmful sources (airbag systems, fuel systems, hybrid cars, compressed gas inflators, struts, etc.)
  • Recognizing  potential for fire, and establishing fire protection.
  • Basic patient care and packaging.

This class is open to a maximum of 40 students.              Tuition: $125.00

 

Prerequisites: A basic knowledge of hydraulic tools, stabilization, and basic extrication techniques. (minimum of 16 hrs) 

 

Students must furnish their own personal protective gear. This includes: Bunker gear or extrication gear (NO Wildland gear), ANSI approved head protection (i.e. fire helmet, hardhat), Face shield/goggles or ANSI approved safety glasses, Fire gloves or approved rescue gloves (NO mechanic gloves), Boots with toe protection (i.e. steel toed).

 
 
Schedule coming soon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 7:00- 8:30am

Registration and Greeting

Theater Building

 

Registration: Teex (Desk located at front entrance)

Greeting:  Lee Junkins (Classroom # 1)

Safety Rules: John Collins

Directions to classes:

 

 

11:30-1:00 pm

Lunch Break

1:30-5:00 pm
Field Operations

 

 

Saturday 8:00 am5:00 pm

Field 

Instructors:
Lead:
         1.   _________
         2. _________
 
  1. Classes must cover all operations listed on the task to be performed pages
  2. The order of task, will be lift up to the lead instructor as to what works best for his group of instructors.

 

Task to be performed

 

Stabilize Vehicles: (both single and multi car)

Vehicle on four wheels:

1.    Standard cribbing

2.    Strut systems

Vehicle side resting

1.  Standard cribbing

2.    Strut systems

Vehicle roof resting

1.   Standard cribbing

2.     Strut systems

 

Lifting Vehicle:

Vehicle on four wheels:

1.   Lift one side at least 8 inches and stabilize

2.   Using airbags and standard cribbing

3.   Using struts and strut type jacks

Vehicle roof resting:

1.    Lift front end at least 8 inches and stabilize

2.    Using airbag systems     

 

Battery disconnect: (including neg. first and double cutting)

Vehicle on four wheels, (Open hood without using latch assembly)

1.  Bending corner with halligan bar

2.  Cutting hinges and rotating hood

Vehicle side resting,

     1.Through the head light method  

Vehicle roof resting,

  1.   Through the wheel well method

 

Glass Removal:

Side Glass,

       1.  Patient protection

2.  Demo axe

3.  Center punch

4.  Tape method

5.  Glue method

Windshield Removal,  (Patient protection, axe method, Glass Saw)

Single door removal: (Warning advise students about using vertical crush on door mounted airbags)

Vehicle on four wheels,

1.  Open from hinge side

2.  Open from pin side

3.  Proper Wire cutting

4.  Debris Piles

5.  Lay doors with airbag up

Vehicle side resting,

1.    Open and secure top door

2.    Remove top door

Vehicle Roof Resting,

1.   Remove Door  

 

Side Removal: (Front door, rear door, and B post, in one piece)

1.  Trim removal and seat belt per-tensioners

2.  Using Hydraulic tools

3.  Using saw

 

Roof Removal:

Vehicle on four wheels,

1.  Trim removal and explanation of hidden dangers

2.  Hydraulic cutters

3.  Saw

Side resting vehicle,

1.   Roof fold down

Dash Jacking and Dash roll:

 

Trunk Opening:

 

Trunk Tunneling, ( If time permits)

 

Sunday 8:00-10:00 am

Field

Familiarization of Basic Patient Care and Removal tools and techniques,

 

1.       Spinal alignment

2.       Holding C-spine

3.       C-collar application

4.       Use of short boards

5.       Use and application of KED

6.       Long board extraction techniques

7.       Patient packaging

8.       Lifting and removal techniques

 

10:00- 11:00 am

Clean up

 

11:00-12:00 am

Questions - Written Test - pass out certs.

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For more information contact:
 
Lee Junkins
 
 
Phone   817-521-7363