CFE: Car Extrication & Apparatus Driver Training

 

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CFE001FIGHTING CAR FIRESCaptain Bill Gustin, a 25-year veteran of the fire service, demonstrates safe & effective techniques for extinguishing car fires. He discusses the main features & components of newer cars & how they affect firefighting efforts, as well as what to expect with fires in older makes & models. See from actual car fires how magnesium reacts when present, what happens when the fire reaches the fuel tank & other hazards, the best way to spot apparatus & make your approach, & the best ways to open hoods & trunks.
CFE002WATER TANKER ROLLOVER PREVENTIONThe DVD was developed with the U.S. Department of Transportation to eliminate or at least reduce the number of cargo tank rollovers. The principles in the original presentation apply equally to the safe operation of water tankers.
CFE003EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES & VEHCILE DESIGNHAVE INSTRUCTOR GUIDE. This tape creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication time to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of pre-hospital emergency care. Issues addressed in this tape include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, and light trucks, Supplemental restraints systems (front, side air bags, inflatable curtains, pretension belts) and Rescue action plans.
CFE004HAND TOOLS & PNEUMATICSHAVE INSTRUCTOR GUIDE. This tape covers the safe operations of basic hand tools & pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools to help reduce extrication time to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of pre-hospital emergency care. Issues addressed in this tape include: Cutting plastics, Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work, and Tool care.
CFE005EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESHAVE INSTRUCTOR GUIDE. Extrication techniques provides thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools & illustrates techniques such as side removal. You’ll find that the training in this video: Meets NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus, Includes expanded hazard control, Covers new vehicle construction (mini-vans, light trucks & sport utility vehicles), and Walks you through scene termination duties.
CFE006PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS & MECHANISMS OF INJURYHAVE INSTRUCTOR GUIDE. Patient considerations & mechanisms of injury covers physical & psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients plus a completely updated section on mechanisms of injury. Other issues addressed in this tape are: Kinematics of trauma, Infection control & universal precautions, Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints, Considerations for the elderly, and rescuer safety & lifting techniques.
CFE008Hybrid Emergency Response Information: Training PresentationThe presentation introduces the emergency responder to Toyota/Lexus hybrid vehicles by describing vehicle operation & vehicle identification. Except for the Prius, other Toyota/Lexus hybrid vehicles are available as both conventional & hybrid, sharing a common exterior body. The orange color coded power cables, hybrid components, and the high voltage safety systems are described in detail. Included in the presentation are tasks associated with hybrid vehicle rescue – fire, extrication, submersion, spills and first aid.
CFE009PUMPING APPARATUS – SAFE OPERATION OF EMERGENCY VEHICLESPart 1 (Safe operation of emergency vehicles) This program presents safety factors for starting and driving fire apparatus. The focus is on pumping apparatus, but the safe driving information applies to all types of emergency vehicles. Training Objectives: To present safe driving techniques that apply to all emergency vehicles. To show how to correctly start and operate both gasoline and diesel powered pumping apparatus. To demonstrate the performance criteria for the practical driving exercises in NFPA 1002-98.
CFE010PUMPING APPARATUS: POSITIONING APPARATUSPART 2 (Positioning apparatus) A driver/operator or engineer must be able to quickly and efficiently maneuver the apparatus in all types of situations. This program demonstrates the correct positioning of pumping apparatus for different functions such as fire attack, water supply and highway operations. Training Objectives: To present the factors involved in determining the positioning of attack pumpers. To demonstrate correct positioning for water supply pumpers. To show correct positioning for special situations. To define and demonstrate staging procedures. To present the tactical & safety considerations of operations on limited access highways.
CFE011PUMPING APPARATUS: OPERATING FIRE PUMPSPART 3 ( OPERATING FIRE PUMPS) The driver/operator’s ability to operate a fire pump that provides the necessary water supply while maintaining the mechanical soundness of the pump is critical to the success of the operation. This program presents how to operate the pump using water from 3 common water sources. Training Objectives: To show how to operate the pump using the water on the apparatus. To demonstrate how to operate the pump using an external pressurized water supply. To present how to operate the pump using water from a draft source.
CFE012PUMPING APPARATUS: APPARATUS INSPECTION & MAINTENANCEPART 4 ( APPARATUS INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE) An organized system of preventive maintenance assures that the apparatus will be in top condition ready to respond to an emergency. This program presents the tasks involved in routine pumping apparatus inspection & maintenance required of a driver/operator. Training Objectives: To demonstrate a systematic apparatus inspection procedure. To present the tasks for routine maintenance of the apparatus. To show procedures for inspection & preventive maintenance of the fire pump.
CFE013PUMPING APPARATUS: WATER SHUTTLE & RELAY PUMPINGPART 5 (Water shuttle & relay pumping) Water shuttle operations & relay pumping are two methods for providing water to emergency scenes in remote areas. This program presents basic information about each type of operation. Training Objectives: To describe a typical water shuttle & show the equipment involved. To show basic procedures for setting up a water shuttle. To describe a basic relay pumping operation. To present the process for setting up a typical water relay.
CFE014EMERGENCY VEHICLE SAFETY PROGRAM
CFE015PUMPING APPARATUS DRIVER/OPERATOR HANDBOOKThe study guide on CD-Rom is an electronic version of the IFSTA printed study guide. The study guide consists of questions in a multiple-choice format, which is the format used for many civil service and certification exams. The program [provides students immediate feedback on their answers and refers students to the source for the correct answer, if necessary. The program also tracks the results of each session as a record of progress. Each time the student goes through the program, the questions are rearranged randomly so each session has a different look.
CFE016PUMPING APPARATUS DRIVER/OPERATOR CURRICULUMThis customizable curriculum includes: Lesson plans for the instructor including learning objectives, a detailed lesson outline, assignment sheets, skill sheets, lesson quizzes, lesson tests, and final exams.; Powerpiont visuals; This curriculum is customizable to meet local needs. All the files are in Microsoft Word of powerpoint to facilitate customization.
CFE017HYBRID EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATIONHYBRID EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION TRAINING PRESENTATION
CFE018HYBRID EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATIONHYBRID EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION TRAINING PRESENTATION
CFE019AUTO EXTRICATIONThis CD includes: Basic auto extrication, Extrication protocol, Patient extrication, Hybrid car extrication, Extrication awareness, Ops & Technician.
CFE020DOWN & DIRTY ENGINE & PUMP OPERATIONSDisc 1: Pump theory, Pump Components, Pump Panel, Pump Maintenance, Drivers Safety Disc 2: Hydrant Types, Hydrant Connections, Pump Operations Videos, Lead Out, Hydraulics, Points to Remember
CFE021AUTO DESIGN AND EXTRICATION FORUMThis CD includes: Restraint System Technology, Hybrid Vehicles, High-tech Metals and more.
CFE022AUTO DESIGN AND EXTRICATION FORUMThis CD includes: Restraint System Technology, Hybrid Vehicles, High-tech Metals and more.
CFE023AUTO DESIGN AND EXTRICATION FORUMThis CD includes: Restraint System Technology, Hybrid Vehicles, High-tech Metals and more.
CFE024AUTO DESIGN & EXTRICATION FORUMThis CD includes: Restraint System Technology, Hybrid Vehicles, High-tech Metals and more.
CFE025FIGHTING CAR FIRESCaptain Bill Gustin, a 25-year veteran of the fire service, demonstrates safe & effective techniques for extinguishing car fires. He discusses the main features & components of newer cars & how they affect firefighting efforts, as well as what to expect with fires in older makes & models. See from actual car fires how magnesium reacts when present, what happens when the fire reaches the fuel tank & other hazards, the best way to spot apparatus & make your approach, & the best ways to open hoods & trunks.
CFE026FIGHTING CAR FIRESCaptain Bill Gustin, a 25-year veteran of the fire service, demonstrates safe & effective techniques for extinguishing car fires. He discusses the main features & components of newer cars & how they affect firefighting efforts, as well as what to expect with fires in older makes & models. See from actual car fires how magnesium reacts when present, what happens when the fire reaches the fuel tank & other hazards, the best way to spot apparatus & make your approach, & the best ways to open hoods & trunks.
CFE027TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERSEMERGENCY TRAFFIC CONTROL
CFE028DRIVER TRAINING SIMUiLATORContents: DriverSimulator.mpg SnozzlesSimulator.mpg
CFE029HYBRID EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATIONThe presentation introduces the emergency responder to Toyota/Lexus hybrid vehicles by describing vehicle operation & vehicle identification. Except for the Prius, other Toyota/Lexus hybrid vehicles are available as both conventional & hybird, sharing a common exterior body. The orange color coded power cables, hybrid components, and the high voltage safety systems are described in detail. Included in the presentation are tasks associated with hybrid vehicle rescue- fire, extrication, submersion, spills and first aid.
CFE030BASIC EVOC &OFFICER’S ROLE IN EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATIONS
CFE031PUMPING APPARATUS: SAFE OPERATION OF EMERENCY VEHICLESThis program presents safety factors for operating fire apparatus. The focus is on pumping, but the safe driving information applies to all types of emergency vehicles. Topics covered include: safe driving techniques for emergency vehicles, how to correctly start and operate gas and diesel-powered pumping apparatus and a demonstration of the practical driving exercises in NFPA 1002-98.
CFE032PUMPING APPARATUS: POSITIONING APPARATUSDriver/operators and engineers need to know how to correctly position the apparatus at the emergency scene. This program presents; how to determine the best position for an attack pumper, how to position water supply pumpers, correct pumper positioning for special situations, a demonstration of staging procedures, and the tactical and safety considerations for operations on limited access highways.
CFE033PUMPING APPARATUS: OPERATING FIRE PUMPSThe driver/operator’s ability to operate a fire pump that provides the necessary water supply while maintaining the mechanical soundness of the pump is critical to the success of the operation. This program shows: how to operate the pump using water on the apparatus,how to operate the pump using an external pressurized water supply and how to operate the pump using water from a draft source.
CFE034PUMPING APPARATUS: APPARATUS INSPECTION & MANITENACEThis program presents the tasks involved in routine pumping apparatus inspection and maintenance required of a driver/operator. It demonstrates: a systematic apparatus inspection procedure (the “walk-around” inspection), routine maintenance tasks and inspection and preventive maintenance of the fire pump.
CFE035PUMPING APPARATUS: WATER SHUTTLE & RELAY PUMPINGWater shuttle operations and relay pumping are two methods for providing water to emergency scenes in remote areas. This program presents basic information about each type of operation, including a description of a typical water shuttle and the equipment involved, a basic procedure for setting up a water shuttle, a description of a basic relay pumping operation and the process for setting up a typical water relay.
CFE036VEHICLE EXTRICATION: INCIDENT OVERVIEWDiscusses initial arrival and establishing command. Defines how to size up scene and locate hazards. Gives an overview of patient access, disentanglement and extrication.
CFE037VEHICLE EXTRICATION: STABILIZATIONDemonstrates how to stabilize a vehicle on four wheels, a side-resting vehicle and a roof-resting vehicle. Shows how to prevent forward movement and how to stabilize a vehicle on another object. Discusses patient stabilization.
CFE038VEHICLE EXTRICATION: HAZARD CONTROL AND SAFETYDescribes glass types and removal techniques. Identifies airbag locations and hazards. Demonstrates how to shutdown the vehicle’s electrical system. Discusses restraint systems. Describes how to mitigate the hazards of hybird vehicles.
CFE039VEHICLE EXTRICATION: INITIAL PROCEDURESDemonstrates how to access the patient, how to access the battery and how to open a jammed trunk. Shows how to remove a windshield and how to create interior space.
CFE040VEHICLE EXTRICATION: DOOR AND SIDEWALL PROCEDURESDemonstrates opening a jammed door. Presents a hinge attack and a latch attack. Shows how to do a vertical crush and how to create a third door. Demonstrates total door removal and total sidewall removal.
CFE041VEHICLE EXTRICATION: ROOF AND TRUNK PROCEDURESDemonstrates how to work with a collapsed roof. Presents the roof flap and the C-B-A roof pillar cut. Shows the procedure for total roof removal. Demonstrates trunk tunneling.
CFE042VEHICLE EXTRICATION: INTERIOR PROCEDURESDemonstrates how to relocate a steering column. Shows how to move the dash, how to remove and relocate pedals and how to remove and relocate seats.
CFE043EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE044HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE045EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE046PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE047ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE048LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE049AIR BAGS: A CRASH COURSE FOR RESCUE PERSONNELThis video includes: how an airbags operates, parts of an airbag, how to determine if a car has one and rescue procedures. Old #30
CFE050SCHOOL BUS EXTRICATIONDo you think of young children in large, yellow vehicles when you hear the words “school bus”? Think again. School buses today come in a variety of sizes a, and are used by everyone from church groups to river rafting outfits. These buses are on the road every day of the week, every hour of the day. Responders who may be well trained and experienced at car and light truck extrication techniques will be confronted with a much different challenge at a school bus incident. In this video you will learn: The potential for mass casualties; The problems you’ll face; School bus types; School bus construction; School buses features; Rescue and extrication techniques; Considerations; Tactics; Incident preparation
CFE051SCHOOL BUS EXTRICATIONDo you think of young children in large, yellow vehicles when you hear the words “school bus”? Think again. School buses today come in a variety of sizes a, and are used by everyone from church groups to river rafting outfits. These buses are on the road every day of the week, every hour of the day. Responders who may be well trained and experienced at car and light truck extrication techniques will be confronted with a much different challenge at a school bus incident. In this video you will learn: The potential for mass casualties; The problems you’ll face; School bus types; School bus construction; School buses features; Rescue and extrication techniques; Considerations; Tactics; Incident preparation
CFE052VEHICLE EXTRICATION: VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY- ALTERNATIVE FUEL AND SAFETY SYSTEMSDave Dalrymple addresses the challenges and concerns in performing extrication on traditional and alternative fuel vehicles. Manufacturers have introduced numerous structural and safety systems to make vehicles lighter, stronger, and safer that the vehicles of just a few years ago. Responders need to stay current with trends in automobile technologies such as airbags, rollover protection structures (ROPS), motive power, and construction considerations in order to maintain a safe extrication environment and increase the responders’ chances of a swift, safe, and successful extrication.
CFE053VEHICLE EXTRICATION: SCENE MANAGEMENTDave Dalrymple address the overarching extrication process. As a first responder, it is important to understand proper scene size -up and management in order to set up a safe and efficient extrication. Dalrymple covers scene safety, stabilization, and glass management, all skills important in allowing the responder to access and deal with patient considerations. Responders have to stay ever mindful of their jobs and how they each fit into the overall extrication effort. Through efficient and deliberate operations on-scene, responders have a greater chance of a swift, safe, and successful extrication.
CFE054VEHICLE EXTRICATION: EVOLUTIONSDave Dalrymple reviews the basic evolutions that every extrication responder should be able to perform. Dalrymple looks at the various tools available to most responders and discusses which ones are appropriate for each task. He addresses various side, roof, dash, and trench evolutions, as well as tunneling and ramming techniques. Responders must be familiar with as many extrication evolutions as possible. With the complexity of today’s extrication events, it is important to have a Plan B and Plan C on-scene. Through a deep understanding of the various extrication evolutions available, responders have a greater chance of a swift, safe, and successful extrication.
CFE055EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extriation times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretensioning belts; Rescue action plans
CFE056HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE057EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE058PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE059ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE060LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE061EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belt; Rescue action plans
CFE062HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE063EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE064PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE065ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE066LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE067EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE068HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE069EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE070PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE071ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE072LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE073EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE074HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE075EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE076PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE077ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE078LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE079EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE080HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE081EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE082PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE083ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE084LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE085EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE086HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE087EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE088PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE089ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE090LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE091EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE092HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE093EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE094PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE095ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE096LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE097EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE098HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE099EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE100PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE101ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE102LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)
CFE103EXTRICATION PRINCIPLES AND VEHICLE DESIGNExtrication principles and vehicle design creates a foundation of safe rescue practices to help rescuers reduce extrication times to less than 15 minutes, while maintaining the highest possible level of prehospital emergency care. Topics include: Design trends in autos, mini-vans, light trucks, and hybrid cars; Supplemental restraint systems such as front and side airbags, inflatable curtains, and pretension belts; Rescue action plans
CFE104HAND TOOLS AND PNEUMATICSHand tools and pneumatics demonstrates the safe operation of basic hand tools and pneumatic devices in conjunction with power hydraulic tools. Provides the depth necessary for a rescue team to meet the challenges of modern vehicle extrication, such as: changes in automobile design and construction techniques, variance among manufactures, and changes in the rescue tool business. Topics include: Cutting plastics; Tips for “Plan B” when “Plan A” doesn’t work; Tool care
CFE105EXTRICATION TECHNIQUESExtrication techniques demonstrates the safest and most efficient techniques for extricating a victim from the tangled wreckage of an automobile accident. Topics include: Thorough coverage of powered hydraulic rescue tools; NFPA requirements on positioning apparatus; new vehicle construction; Expanded hazard control; Side removal; Scene termination duties.
CFE106PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF INJURYCovers physical and psychological considerations, efficient assessment, protection, immobilization, and removal of patients. Includes in-depth discussion of rescuer safety and lifting safety. Topics include: Kinematics of trauma; Children’s injuries from supplemental restraints; Considerations for the elderly; Inflection control and universal precautions
CFE107ADVANCED EXTRICATIONAdvanced extrication provides a pre-determined set of operational parameters that will fit most rescue situations. Topics include: Special situations like heavy entrapment; Cars on their sides, roofs, or each other; Lifting and hoisting operations; Multiple vehicle incidents; Vehicle underride situations
CFE108LARGE VEHICLE CONSIDERATIONSLarge vehicle considerations addresses extrication principles for larger trucks and buses,including safety concerns unique to these large vehicles. Topics include: Large truck and bus design characteristics; Rescue tactics for large truck and bus vehicles; Hazard control and stabilization considerations; Patient access considerations; Working around large vehicles (from ladders and platforms); Moving and removing wreckage (roof and door openings, panel access, dash lift maneuvers, freeing and removing the driver, freeing and removing trapped bus vehicle occupants)