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Operational Vehicle Extrication (FOR-0012)

Many municipal first responders are trained in traditional auto extrication. However, during civil disturbance or other large-scale events, traditional tools may not be available. Whether due to an IED, TARMAC attack or a run of the mill vehicle accident, removing an injured colleague from a wrecked vehicle may not be a simple task. This course is designed to give personnel the knowledge, skills, and abilities to assess the damage to the motor vehicle, determine the type of extrication/extraction method warranted, and execute the extrication/extraction plan. 

Topics include:

  • Vehicle Systems
    • Electrical systems
    • Safety systems
  • Vehicle Stabilization
  • Medical Considerations
    • Reclaiming parts of the vehicle for patient transport and treatment
  • Extrication Process
    • Hand tools
    • Reiciprocating saws
    • Hi-Lift Jack
  • Pulling the Vehicle
 
Details
Date(s)  Thu. Sep 19, 2019 8:00am - 5:00pm 
Location Kernersville FD, Station 42
1180 Highway 66 South, Kernersville NC 27284 
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Handicap Accessibility No
WiFi Access  
ESF ESF4 - Firefighting, ESF9 - Search and Rescue, ESF13 - Law Enforcement, Local Response Team
Functional Areas Emergency Services
Offered By Forsyth County 
Primary Instructor TBD, To Be Determined 
Course Length 1 day 
Course Hours
CEUs  
Prerequisites
Target Audience Fire / EMS / Law Enforcement 

Offering Specific Information

This course is being funded by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack (CCTA) Grant Project.  As such, registration preference will be granted to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County​ personnel.

This course should be taken in conjuction with the following course: High-Threat Casualty Extraction (FOR-0011)

POC: Tricia Chappel, tchappell@olsongroupltd.com

 

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