4-Day Program to Meet/Exceed NFPA 1006/1670
Requirements for Vehicle/Machine Rescue Technician
Are You Looking For a Class That Will Cover Vehicle and Machine Rescue from Start to Finish?
Don’t let your rescue personnel learn from “trial and error.” This program provides proven techniques, in safe, professional training settings.
Planning | Response | Vehicle Rescue Strategy & Tactics | Vehicle Construction | Hybrids | and Tool Maintenance
Stabilization | Tool Application | Hydraulic vs. Non-Hydraulic Options | Basic Patient Handling
Bread & Butter Operations | Lifting/Spreading | Impalements | Heavy Vehicles
Recognizing general hazards associated with machinery search and rescue incidents, including lock out tag out procedures.
Implementing techniques necessary to operate safely and effectively at incidents involving persons injured or entrapped in a small machines.
Performing stabilization, extrication and disentanglement operations from large machines
How This Program Works: This is a 4-day program offered in 4 straight days, or spread over two months. It can be taken in any order spread over two years to fit your schedule. If you complete all 4 classes in a two year span, we provide a final all encompassing certificate.
CEU's: Certificate and CEU for each class
May 22, 23, 24, and 25, 2018 - THIS CLASS HAS FILLED - BUT WE ARE TAKING WAITING LIST NAMES
June 19-22 - Registration opening January 29th
Sept 17-20 - Registration TBD
Oct 9-12 - Registration TBD
Click Here to Join Waiting List Waiting List students will have first option on the remaining 2018 sessions
Times: Each class starts first thing in the morning, typically 9:00 AM and runs all day until at least 5:00 PM
Cost: Bundle price for all four sessions is $695.00
Location: Dayton, Ohio
Registration: Great Student/Instructor Ratios, class size is limit to no more than 16 students total. No Exceptions.
Meals: We provide lunch at the Day 1 class as a working lunch session, the other three classes (Day 2, 3 and 4) require students to bring lunch since they are all "in the field" sessions. We provide drinks on all 4 days.
Cancellation/No-Show Policy: We have a strict cancellation policy. In addition, you can not be a "no-show" and ask to move your attendance to a different class session.
Housing: Click here for housing information
DAY #1 Vehicle Rescue Classroom Presentation:
In-depth training of vehicle rescue from planning, organizing, responding and the strategy/tactics of vehicle rescue. Vehicle construction and tool application (hydraulic/non-hydraulic/hand) will be taught. How to create safe areas on the road, identify hybrid/electric cars, defeat SRS systems, and scene safety. Vehicle tool tactics including rigging and lifting cars and heavy commercial vehicles. Students will participate in table top scenarios of motor vehicle crashes. The day ends with hands-on lab training on proper equipment checks and field maintenance techniques.
DAY #2 Bread/Butter Vehicle Rescue Techniques:
This class addresses all the techniques you need for day-in/day-out vehicle rescue, great refresher class, and a building block for concepts learned in Day #1. This class features detailed instruction in stabilization, tool application, hydraulic/non-hydraulic, and basics of patient handling. To be a fully rounded vehicle rescue technician you must know tool options and different ways to get the job done. The day wraps up with the class practicing everything they have learned in a controlled evolution.
DAY #3 Vehicle Rescue Advanced Techniques 1:
Day 3 presents more difficult challenges to the student, it begins with a warm up of bread/butter (door/roof/dash) rescue but then scenarios quickly escalate into situations that will need technician level skills to complete. Again the day completes with a realistic based vehicle rescue evolution for the class to apply and practice what they have learned.
DAY #4 Vehicle Rescue Advanced Techniques 2:
On Day 4, while still making sure each student is competent in basic skills this class truly goes to the next level. Lifting/spreading operations with an emphasis on optional tool packages, victims trapped in cars impaled with a fence posts, commercial vehicle rescue, and class final scenario.