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Don't Miss This Free Class!
One of the most important aspect of our training is keeping up with the ever changing automotive technologies we are facing today.
Just in recent years we have gone from a seat belt to some 47 different safety restraint system components that can effect our rescue efforts. We have gone from a battery under the hood, to multiple batteries in multiple locations and we have gone from a single stage driver's airbag to vehicles that are standard equipped with 12 airbags.
This class is designed to give the rescuer an awareness of what we are facing and how to greatly reduce the risk of accidental injuries in a rescue scenario.

Friday March 14, 2008
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Presented by: Lee Junkins

Airbags and Safety Restraint Systems


 This class is open to all emergency personnel


                   No experience necessary                                  


Attendees will be introduced to the very latest information on safety restraint systems through the 2008 model year. Both foreign and domestic.

Attendees will have an opportunity to actually see and handle all the components of these systems.   


Airbags Including;

  • Driver’s frontal airbags 
  • Passenger's frontal airbags
  • Door mounted side impact airbags
  • Seat mounted side impact airbags 
  • Curtain and roll-over protection airbags
  • Carpet and seat mounted occupant positioning airbags  
  • Rear passenger airbags 
  • Seat position, occupant position, weight, and seat belt, sensor systems.
  • Rop systems
  • Pre accident and post accident safety systems
  • Single and dual stage inflators
  • Pyrotechnic and compressed gas inflators.

Attendees will receive the latest information about:

  • System shut down  
  • Multiple battery locations
  • Airbag scanning
  • Inflation zones
  • Trim removal
  • Inflator locations
  • Capacitor bleed down times
  • Out side sources of danger (cell phones, stereo systems,  static electricity)
  • And much more.

One of the largest displays of airbags and related systems in the country will be on display.


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