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  • My List of Training Evolutions

    A Posting from Forum Moderator Ron Moore

    I was asked recently for a list of the hands-on training tasks that I have crews complete as they participate in my 16-hour University of Extrication vehicle rescue programs.

    Here's my list. Feel free to add other skill evolutions that you do in your department so we can see what a 'Master List' looks like.

    * Stabilization-<br />o 4-wheel level surface<br />o vehicle on edge, driver's side down<br />o rollover on roof

    * Undercarriage opening, vehicle on edge-<br />o enter through floorboard and exit topside window

    * Trunk access

    * Engine compartment & battery access<br />o open at latch<br />o open at hinges<br />o access through hood<br />o access through fender/wheelwell

    * Jacking & shoring<br />o vehicle on 4-wheels<br />o vehicle on edge<br />o vehicle rollover

    * Battery location and electrical system shutdown

    * Tempered glass removal<br />o 100% removal w/ no duplication of tools/vehicle<br /> ( no glass inside vehicle )

    * Laminated glass removal<br />o vehicle on 4-wheels, single evolution<br />o vehicle of 4-wheels, combined w/ roof removal<br />o vehicle on edge<br />o vehicle on roof

    * Door-<br />o door setup techniques<br />o force door at latch<br />o force door at hinge, <br />( simulating "loaded" side impact airbag in door)<br />o "vertical crush" evolution<br />o force top-side door while vehicle on edge<br />o deactivate Nader Safety Lock/Latch assembly<br />o widen door<br />o remove door

    * Sidewall evolutions-<br />o seatbelt pre-tensioners identification<br />o total sidewall removal w/doors attached to B-pillar<br />o "double-wide" door opening on front door hinges<br />o 3-door conversion

    * Roof evolutions-<br />o vehicle on 4-wheels, roof flip, flap, or flop<br />o vehicle on 4-wheels, total roof removal<br />o vehicle on edge, A-B-C cut<br />o vehicle on roof, total roof removal

    * Pedal-<br />o move pedal<br />o remove pedal

    * Steering wheel-<br />o remove steering wheel

    * Steering column-<br />o move steering column<br />o remove steering column

    * Dash-<br />o move dash, "roll" dash<br />o move dash, "jack" dash

    * Front seat-<br />o remove back of front seat<br />o total front seat removal<br />o rear seat bench removal

    [email protected]
    Ron Moore, Forum Moderator
    www.universityofextrication.com

  • #2
    Any chance of adding tunneling through the trunk? This may prove useful in certain circumstances.

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    • #3
      I agree with Billy, tunneling through the trunk of a sedan is always eye opening.
      Jim

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