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ExtricationFest!
Raising the standards for rescue training
 
Texas Fire Museum
Dallas, Texas                 Sept. 24-25, 2009
 

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 ExtricationFest! 2010
Presented By:

Midsouth Rescue Technologies

and

The Emergency Services Training Institute of the Texas Engineering Extension Services

 a member of the Texas A & M University System. 

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This years event is being hosted by the
Texas Fire Museum

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This is our 4th annual training event
It offers three levels of Auto Extrication Training
Awareness-Operations- Technician

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We are extremely proud to partner with the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) in bring you the fourth year of what we hope will be many years of the highest quality training events.
 
In teaming with TEEX these training programs are eligible for the TFS reimbursement program.

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Our classes meet and exceed the NFPA 1670,
1006 and 472 standards as they apply to auto extrication.
 
For Texas Attendees:
These classes are accepted by both SFFMA and the Texas Commission for CE hours and will complete the objectives for each level of the new certification program developed for SFFMA.

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Where:                                                            When:

 

The Texas Fire Museum                               Sept. 24-25, 2010

2600 Chalk Hill Rd.

Dallas, Tx. 75212-4506 

  

Courses being offered:

 

Auto Extrication:

Attendees will receive both class room and hands-on training.

Attendance will be limited to ensure lots of hands-on training.

Awareness (Basic)                              12 hours                            Tuition: $125.00

  • Scene safety zones
  • General stabilization techniques
  • General structure and anatomy of vehicles and possible points of victim egress.
  • An awareness of potential energy sources and how to isolate them, such as airbags, hood struts, bumper struts, inflators, seat belt pre-tensioners, etc.
  • A general familiarization of tools, (hydraulic, hand, and electric), and the safety issues involved with using them.
  • An awareness of possible fire and fire protection procedures.
  • Basic techniques of auto extrication to include: Stabilizing, battery disconnection, glass removal, door removal, side removal, roof removal, dash roll, etc.
  • Basic patient care and removal.

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Operations (Intermediate)                          12 hours                      Tuition: $125.00

  • Scene safety and safety zones
  • An awareness of scene management procedures
  • Vehicle stabilization, (both single and multiple car)
  • Determining access and egress points for the safe removal of victims and crew
  • Basic and intermediate level extrication techniques
  • Isolation of potentially harmful sources (airbags, fuel systems, hybrid cars, compressed gas inflators, struts, etc)
  • Recognizing potential for fire and establishing fire protection
  • Basic patient care and packaging

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Technician (Advanced)                              12 hours                        Tuition: $125.00

  • Establishing scene safety and safety zones
  • The role of IC and total scene and resource management
  • Advanced stabilization techniques of multi position and multi car evolutions
  • Determining access and egress points for the safe removal of victims and crew
  • Advanced extrication techniques of multi position and multi vehicle evolutions
  • Isolation of potentially harmful sources (airbags, fuel systems, hybrid cars, compressed gas inflators, struts, etc)
  • Recognizing potential for fire and establishing fire protection
  • Basic patient care and packaging

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Registration:
The museum will open at 9:00am
The Teex registration booth will be located in the Texas Fire Museum. Registration will begin at 4:00pm Friday Sept. 24, 2010.
 
Greetings and safety meeting will be at 5:30pm all attendees must be present.

Class Room Training:
All class room training will be held at the Texas Fire Museum.
6:00pm-10pm Friday Sept. 24, 2010 

Hands-on Training:
All hands-on training will be held at the Pick n Pull Auto Dismantlers yard located 1 mile west of the museum.
8:00am-5:00pm Saturday Sept. 25, 2010.
 
Notice!
Saturday lunch: As was annonced at the close of the March event funding for catering was already spent and all personel will need to bring a sack lunch with them on Sat. Sept. 25, 2010. Lunch will be in the field.
 

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