Command and Control of Vehicle Extrication Incidents

Command and Control of Vehicle Extrication Incidents

This single day multi-media workshop, designed for those in the fire service that are responsible for emergency incident management, is delivered using slides, video, live MVA’s, and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups to examine case studies and solve tabletop simulated incidents that range from simple MVA’s to large and complicated vehicle accidents including commercial and transit vehicles.

What Training will you recieve in this course?

Our instructor will use a series of modules designed to assure student success by building on lessons learned through life and classroom interaction. In each session participants will learn concepts and practice essential skills necessary to prepare themselves to meet the stressful demands of a motor vehicle incident and the professional qualification standards of:

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NFPA 2500, (1670 & 1006)

This course covers command and control aspects of the overall Motor Vehicle Accident (aka MVA) scene as well as extrication. Its practical application is designed for firefighters to chief officers.

Topics covered in the classroom setting include:

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On scene size up

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Defensive parking / Firefighter safety

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Assignments for first on to last arriving units

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Extrication plans

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Interior, basic and advanced stabilization

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Patient care and extrication

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Resource management

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Incident termination and critique

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Time Saving Tips

Presented By:

Jeff Pugh