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Industrial Fire Brigades: Access & Forcible Entry

Tue, 19 Apr 2011|

From Action Training Systems. Demonstrates the special tools and techniques used to access areas in emergencies when entry is not possible by normal means. Shows types of forcible entry tools as well as their uses, through-the-lock forcible entry along with forcible entry on swinging doors, ...



[SOUND] [MUSIC] Welcome to this sample course from Action Training systems. All of the learning objectives included in the full course are listed on screen. You will be shown a sample of these sections in this demo. A complete listing of our course content is available on our website. >> Most industrial sites have restricted areas to keep personnel away from hazardous conditions, or to provide security for certain operations or processes. Brigade members should know the restricted areas of their site through pre-incident plans, and how to access these areas in emergencies. Fences are one way industrial properties restrict access to exterior areas. Knowledge of the construction features of the fences on your site will help if you should need to force entry through them. Be sure you're equipped to handle what you'll encounter once you've forced entry through a fence. Many sites have security measures to stop intruders. [NOISE] Metal fences can be cut with bolt cutters. Cut near the posts to reduce the danger of injuries from whip coil and to provide plenty of space for brigade members and equipment to pass. Electronic locking devices are often used to restrict access to interior areas. Once again, pre-incident planning is the key. >> Thank you for choosing to view this demo program. For more information about the full line of over 200 course offerings available from ActionTraining Systems, visit our website at www.Action-Training.com. .com or contact us at 1-800-755-1440 extension 3.

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