New Jersey Heavy Rescue Trainer The Trainer

HEAVY RESCUE- LEVEL TRAIN THE TRAINER

Morris County, New Jersey – March 23rd, 24th ,25th 2018

 

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This 3 Day Train the Trainer fully Participants to Teach the Latest in Advanced & Heavy Rescue

The first day of this course are spent studying current and future hazards, advanced steels, patient care, vehicle construction, and advanced techniques, techniques for teaching advanced vehicle extrication in the classroom and in the field, and much more (see below for full details). The second and third day is spent in the field. This provides for plenty of hands on time to learn advanced skills.

 

NFPA

Program Outline

Day 1 of 3 – Presented By Brock Archer

– 0900 Orientation: Introductions, etc

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– 1000 Vehicle Construction: In this segment instructor Archer covers vehicle construction features unique to tractor trailers, cement trucks, box trucks and other large vehicles. Body structure, and frame construction are covered in detail.

– 1130 Advanced stabilization: This segment covers the various stabilization tools and equipment relevant to heavy rescue and advanced vehicle rescue. Marring, stabilizing and lifting with airbags, struts and cribbing are all covered. NFPA standards for technician level stabilization are a focus during this module.

– 1200  Lunch Break

– 1330 Advanced stabilization (continued): This segment covers the various stabilization tools and equipment relevant to heavy rescue and advanced vehicle rescue. Marring, stabilizing and lifting with airbags, struts and cribbing are all covered. NFPA standards for technician level stabilization are a focus during this module.

– 1430 Advanced Techniques: Instructor Archer will cover Dash Displacement Alternatives, Vehicles Roof and Side resting, stacked vehicles, under-rides, advanced side Impact, and other various other probable advanced scenarios. Working with pinned and hard to reach vehicles is also covered in this module.

– 1530 Mass Causality incidents: School and touring bus incident can create unique challenges for rescuers. In this segment instructor Archer will cover triage, and mitigation of MCI’s. During this module scenario based training will be used to exercise realistic incident management and assignment execution.

– 1700 Dismissal

Day 2 & 3 of 3- Presented By Brock Archer

– 0900 to 1700  Hands on Extrication: During these two full days of hands on, participants will have plenty of time to practice all of the evolutions discussed in class. Large vehicles such as tractor trailers, cement & dump trucks, and passenger cars in advanced scenarios will be available. Heavy lifting and other technician level skills will be practiced. Instructors are also encouraged to try any new ideas or evolutions. During this segment of the training, participants will use the latest in hydraulic tools, stabilization equipment, and hand tools.

All participants will take home multiple class handouts and a link to a file containing all of Instructor Archer’s presentations and notes, including videos, pictures and Power-Points to be used in the participants training’s. Although pictures from the training will be made available, attendants are also encouraged to bring a video and/or still camera to the hands on portion of the class to gather media for their training’s.

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