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    Hey folks. I'm trying to liven up a power point I have made for an EMT-B extrication training. What I am looking for is VIDEO clips of airbag deployment, or the discharge of seat belt pre-tensioners & head rest extenders. Aww heck, any relevent stills or video that shows anything I can use in this presentation would be welcomed!! Anyone who can provide links to where I can find such video clips to download would have deepest gratitude!

    Thanks!!
    Matt
    Last edited by nmfire; 06-10-2003, 12:16 AM.
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

  • #2
    Here's some good stuff I found a few days ago. No SRS deployments but some excellent footage of some evolutions - dash roll with ram, dash jack with spreader, maxidoor, and 3rd door conversion. File size is large, around 30-40 megs each but quality is excellent.
    Here's the link, click on the 'free training videos' box. You have to input your email addy..
    http://www.art4rescue.com/

    Hope this helps,
    KW
    Last edited by kevinw; 06-09-2003, 09:32 PM.

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    • #3
      Great link Kevin!
      Luke

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      • #4
        Awsome! Thanks a bunch. Keep 'em coming.
        Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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        • #5
          Try these two links:

          http://www.autoliv.com/appl_alv/Autoliv.nsf/pages/front

          http://www.progressive.com/rc/VSafet...ash_videos.asp

          Don't know if this is the kind of stuff you're looking for, but I've used clips from these two sites to spice up extrication training powerpoints. I have some others also - I'll try to dig out the sources.

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          • #6
            Interesting website Kevin posted. But did anyone notice how many times during the training videos that the operator positioned himself between the tool and the car while operating the spreader. I am surprised that they would forget about such a basic safety precaution in a sales related video.
            Richard Nester
            Orrville (OH) Fire Dept.

            "People don't care what you know... until they know that you care." - Scott Bolleter

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            • #7
              TOOL POSITION

              Just finished having a peek at the videos Great!
              I have to express my opinion on position of tool. I think it is great. As I/C on my team I won't let personnel be on the door side of the tool. Reason being, the door is the part that is being moved and as with the argument that is used against butting, the door can pop at any time with a fair bit of force.If you are on the door side of the tool it is a perfect opportunity for a knee or elbow to end up in the path of the popping door with no real control over the time or force with which this occurs. On the other hand if you are on the other side of the tool you are protected from this. The notion that a F/F will pinch himself I think is not true. Most of us would stop and reposition ourselves if we started to get squeezed, we have the operating handle under our control. The F/Fs that don't deserve to fall into Darwin's natural selection process (just kidding)
              MIkE

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              • #8
                Good resource link Kevin. Decent videos with good ideas. Any one of us could find fault with these or any video. I appreciate the safety observations stated by MetalMedic, BUT I still appreciate this type of video being available for FREE for those that can get good use out of it. I know how much work goes in to making a video like this. It was not made like an advertisement but rather techniques and styles,
                I liked that about them.

                Thanks again Kevin and MtFD89 for the links.

                Be safe.

                Fraternally, Jordan
                "Making Sense with Common Sense"
                Motor Vehicle Rescue Consultants
                ( [email protected]) Jordan Sr.

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                • #9
                  One word about the videos on the link Kevin posted.....


                  EXCELLENT!

                  These are by far some of the best videos I have seen about different techniques. Yes, there are some issues about position of the worker and the tool, but over all, they are just right.

                  Thanks for posting this valuable resource! I just wish I had found it sooner.
                  Tell me, I will forget. Show me, I will remember. Involve me, I will understand.

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                  • #10
                    I really enjoyed watching these videos. I finish my extrication class on Tuesday night, so there is still time to try these techniques out and impress my instructors. I was simply amazed at the amount of room you can get with just a minute of cutting/bending/pushing at MOST.
                    Last edited by mattmac83; 07-13-2003, 11:58 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Just wanted to say thanks for all the EXCELLENT posts.

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