Vehicle Extrication Levels I & II: Principles and Practice

Vehicle Extrication Levels I & II: Principles and Practice

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The Complete Vehicle Extrication Technical Rescuer Level I and II Training Solution! Technical rescuers need to know how to safely and effectively operate at small and large vehicle and machinery extrication incidents. Vehicle Extrication Levels I a II: Principles and Practice provides all the critical knowledge and skills necessary for technical rescue teams to perform in these environments. Vehicle Extrication Levels I a II: Principles and Practice meets and exceeds all the job performance requirements as outlined in chapters 4, 5, and 10 from the 2008 Edition of NFPA 1006, Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications to achieve the competencies as a Level I and II Vehicle and Machinery technical rescuer. In addition, this text covers all the objectives outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents, 2009 Edition from chapters 4, 8, and 12 so that rescue organizations have the capabilities to deliver vehicle and machinery rescue successfully in their jurisdictions. Vehicle Extrication Levels I a II: Principles and Practice combines current content with dynamic features and interactive technology to better support instructors and organizations to help prepare future high performing technical rescuers. Modern technologies including alternative powered vehicles and all electric vehicles are covered. Stand-alone chapters on Commercial Vehicles and Agricultural Extrication ensure Level II skills are comprehensively addressed. This text is packaged with an access code which provides free admission to www.Fire.jbpub.com/VehicleExtrication, the companion website to complement Vehicle Extrication Levels I a II: Principles and Practice. This engaging companion website provides a wealth of resources that are free and available to all, including: a€cCrossword Puzzles a€cFlashcards a€cGlossary a€cReady for Review Your personal access code gives you special user privileges and provides free admission to additional interactive educational resources such as: a€cAppendix D: Ropes and Rigging : Ropes and rigging is a critical technical rescuer skill. Get up-to-speed on the skills required of all technical rescues with this special comprehensive appendix covering all the JPRa€™s from Section 5.5 Ropes/Rigging as required from NFPAAr 1006, Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications, 2008 Edition. a€cChapter Pretests: Discover your strengths and weaknesses. a€cInteractive Skill Drills: Practice your skills in the safety of a virtual environment. Listen to a podcast with Vehicle Extrication Levels I a II: Principles and Practice author David Sweet to learn more about this training program! Listen now: http://d2jw81rkebrcvk.cloudfront.net/assets.multimedia/audio/vehicleextrication.mp3.large C-type tow unit with an articulating boom, which can apply two or more slings to the trailer, thus lifting and ... lifting or weight management capabilities ( check with the manufacturer) around the trailer, locking the struts together with a ... types of cargo trailers for stabilizing and maintaining the trailera#39;s suspension system is the use of rescue-lift air bags, which ... quickrelease coupling device called a fifth wheel or a turntable hitch mounted at the rear of the towing truck Figure 11-294 .


Title:Vehicle Extrication Levels I & II: Principles and Practice
Author: Iafc
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2011-08-18
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