Technical Rescuer Vehicle Machinery Extrication Level I and II


Certificate Awarded

Prerequisites

High School Graduation;
Marine Institute Approved Medical Clearance;
Fire 001- Firefighter Level I or Basic Firefighting Certificate;
Ad vanced Med i cal First Re sponder Level I (40 Hours) and/or Equivalent NOTE: For successful completion of NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer - Vehicle Extrication Certification students must have successfully completed certification in NFPA 1006 for CORE and also certification will not be received for Level II until successful completion of Vehicle and Machinery Extrication Level I.

Course Description

Level I:

This is a Technical Rescuer Course that introduces the student to both the theoretical and practical aspects of Vehicle and Machinery Extrication Techniques. This course incorporates Vehicle and Machinery Extrication and Core Skill (Chapter 5) Techniques to meet or exceed National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 1006) Professional Standards, Level I.

Level II:

This is a Technical Rescuer Course that introduces the student to the more advanced theoretical andpractical aspects of extrication focusing on Heavy Vehicle and Machinery Extrication Techniques. This course incorporates Vehicle and Machinery Extrication Level II Core Skill Techniques to meet or exceed National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 1006) Professional Standards, Level II.

Course Outline

Vehicle Extrication Level I:

1.0 Introduction to Vehicle and Machinery Extrication

2.0 Extrication Incident Management

3.0 Vehicle Anatomy and Science

4.0 Extrication Equipment

5.0 Extrication Techniques

6.0 Passenger Vehicle Extrication

7.0 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Rescue Considerations

Vehicle Extrication Level II:

1.0 Heavy Vehicle and Machinery Classification

2.0 Bus Extrication

3.0 Medium and Heavy Truck Extrication

4.0 Railcar Extrication

5.0 Industrial / Agricultural Vehicle and Machinery Extrication

6.0 Specialized Heavy Vehicle and Machinery Extrication

7.0 Heavy Vehicle and Machinery Incident Assessment

8.0 Hazards Associated with Heavy Vehicles and Machinery

9.0 Extrication Tools and Equipment for Heavy Vehicles and Machinery

10.0 Heavy Vehicle and Machinery Stabilization

11.0 Victim Removal from Heavy Vehicles and Machinery


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