Brock

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Date registered: October 10, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Advanced Extrication Training Program — January 27, 2016
  2. B Post Lay Down – Assistant Chief Randall Wells — January 24, 2016
  3. Timber Cribbing Use – By Billy Leach — January 23, 2016
  4. Door Removal Tips & Tricks — January 22, 2016
  5. FDIC 2016 — January 21, 2016

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Jan 27

Advanced Extrication Training Program

It’s easy to bring the latest in vehicle extrication to your Firehouse. Let our staff handle the logistic with our “No Cost to the Agency Courses” Email us to book your training program – Brock@AdvancedExtrication.com Here’s the info (Below) Host Agency Requirements Train the Trainer Course Outline

Jan 24

B Post Lay Down – Assistant Chief Randall Wells

Denver Colorado, Assistant Chief Randall Wells presents another great video. This time he is covering an effective option for the B Post Lay Down. Also, look for Chief wells in our (soon to be released) Tesla Model X training video.

Jan 23

Timber Cribbing Use – By Billy Leach

UPDATED PDF – Billy Leach sent me this write up he created for timber cribbing use. I thought it would be a good share as there is lots of useful info here. Click the links below to download the PDF. You can keep this as a class handout or just learn from it yourself.  You …

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Jan 22

Door Removal Tips & Tricks

Here is one of our older videos but I thought it was worth another share. Polishing our basic techniques is always a good idea!      

Jan 21

FDIC 2016

Going to FDIC this year? Brock Archer will be presenting Fire & Crash Response to High Voltage Vehicles on Friday April, 22nd. This class covers what rescuers need to know about safe and effective response to high voltage vehicle fires. Below is a link to the video with more information.  See you at FDIC 2016! …

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Dec 09

2016-2017 Online Train the Trainer Program – Open Registration

Advanced Extrication – Instructor Training – Certification New – Train the Trainer – Online Course! Participants will receive an Instructor Certificate that meets the NFPA Standard All you need is an internet connection! This course can be viewed online with a computer, smartphone or tablet! – This course exceeds the NFPA  standard for Operational Level – Instructor …

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Nov 28

The missing piece of equipment that every department should have!

If you have ever taken the time to look through some of the ERG’s out there, you know how confusing the various hazards that late model vehicles present are. Nothing can replace solid training, but if you are not using Crash Recovery System at scene and in your training, you are putting yourself at unnecessary …

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Nov 18

Ultra Capacitors – A New Hazard

Ultra Capacitors: Ultra capacitors are here and they are here to stay.  Manufacturers have been seeking ways to reduce the weight of high voltage batteries for many years, and capacitors have always been a consideration when discussing the storage of high voltage in vehicles.  Although there are currently no high voltage capacitors (for use in …

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May 09

Our Latest Article on Fire Engineering – Airbag Avoidance – Part 1

Check out our latest article on the Fire Engineering website In this writing I cover all of the locations were we may encounter airbags in North American Vehicles. This is just part one of a four part series on airbag avoidance. Look for Part 2 soon. Heres the link to the article: Airbag Avoidance – …

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Jan 04

Where’s the Boron?

There is a lot of confusion out there regarding Advanced or Ultra High Strength Steels… Many vehicles that are promoted as having UHSS, do not, and many more are depicted as having UHSS in locations that they in fact do not…. Below I have listed most of the vehicles in North America that have Boron …

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