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C shea 21 ctto presentaion

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  1. 1. Vehicle Extrication Hollis Fire
  2. 2. Currently ● Lecture ● Skills Review ● Full-Scale Scenario ● Line Officers ● Firefighters ● 6 Hours (3 - 2 hour sessions)
  3. 3. Challenges with Current Format ❏ One class is devoted to lecture. ❏ All JPRs are not completed due to time constraints. ❏ Officers are only able to assess a single incident.
  4. 4. Why we Want a Change ● Reduce lecture time. ● Ensure consistent comprehension of SOGs and Protocols. ● Allow for more hands on time. ● Ensures we complete all JPRs. ● More flexiblity in training dates.
  5. 5. Where are we Headed Pre-Training Work Company level skills review More in-depth Scenario Evaluation/Review of Training
  6. 6. Pre-Training Work
  7. 7. Skills Review ● Short discusion (30 min) to review any deficenies noted in Pre-Training Work ● All basic hands on skills are reviewed at the company level training. (no change)
  8. 8. Full Scale Scenario
  9. 9. Evaluation/Review of Training ❏ Using an online polling software. ❏ Ensures we meet objectives. ❏ Provides feedback for making the next training better.
  10. 10. 1. Resistant to change. 2. Learning curve for some members. 3. Information will be available outside the Station. 4. Timeliness of pre-training and evaluation completion. 5. Deviation from regular schedule. Implementation Challenges
  11. 11. NFPA Objective Old New 10.1.1 Plan for an incident X X 6.4.1 The ability to operate hand and power tools used for forcible entry and rescue as designed X X 10.1.2 Establish "scene" Safety zones X X 10.1.3 Establish Fire Protection X X 10.1.4 Stabilize a common passenger vehicle X X 6.4.1 Use cribbing and shoring material; X X 10.1.5 Isolate potentially harmful energy sources * X 10.1.6 Determine the common passenger vehicle or small machinery access and egress points X 10.1.7 Create access and egress openings X X 6.4.1 Choose and apply appropriate techniques for moving or removing vehicle roofs, doors, windshields, windows, steering wheels or columns, and the dashboard. X X 10.1.8 Disentangle victims X 10.1.9 Remove a packaged victim - In accordance with NH EMS Protocols X X 10.1.10 Terminate an incident X X
  12. 12. Safety • Pre-Training – NIOSH/Near-Miss – UTC • PPE • Hose line • Weather Conditions
  13. 13. Summary and Needs