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  1. Vent-Enter-Search (VES) Tools

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    Tue, 6 Nov 2012

    Captain David Decker of the Indianapolis (IN) Fire Department discusses the basic tools firefighters need to perform vent-enter-search (VES).

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    today. DES is day in advance search technique that we used to gain access to trapped victims in high probability areas. Let's look at some of the tools that we're going -- -- yes. First of all we -- our thermal imaging camera . We use this tool to monitor our -- that goes inside the bedroom. We also use it to look for potential victims.
    ground here that we have to -- which may be used to gain access to the second floor from -- yes. For -- fourteen foot -- platter. Which may be used but what we prefer is
  2. Milwaukee Method for Peaked-Roof Structures

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    Fri, 14 Dec 2012

    David Rickert and company demonstrate in real time using the Milwaukee Method for ventilating peaked-roof structures.

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  1. Cutting Padlocks with a Rotary Saw

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    Tue, 23 Oct 2012

    Capt. Bob Morris of the FDNY demonstrates how to cut padlocks on a door using a rotary saw. Sponsored by American Military University.

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    to training minutes and who's captain Robert -- in New York City Fire Department . We're gonna go over using the soul for cutting battle locks and a technique we have to do when Barack uses of forcible entry is -- saw out of his normal position . Ordinarily if -- cutting a rule for something of that nature we have and so -- in the normal of vertical configuration
  2. Man vs. Machinery: Impalement

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    Tue, 6 Nov 2012

    Pat Nichols and Mark Gregory show methods for distentagling a victim impaled on a piece of rebar at a construction site and review concerns rescuers need to address when performing the rescue.

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    -- -- Today we did discuss -- -- here we have a construction site we have a worker is held on a section of Reebok. -- you want to think about you've -- safety. Coming into
  3. Ground Floor VES

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    Tue, 16 Oct 2012

    Dave Decker and his crew demonstrate various methods for gaining access to ground floor compartment to perform vent-enter-search (VES).

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    series on then and are in search. We're going to focus on ground floor of BS. This is better and that's been identified where there's a potential victim. Now let's watch our crew go to work.
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    look at our firefighters use this -- Then the third method of gaining entry to a ground floor window is using the assistance of firefighter number two. Firefighter number two kneels down in front of the window firefighters number one steps on his or thigh and steps up into the window. It. In today's training we talked about ground floor of the yes taking out a window and gain entry into that. Next -- things -- talk about second. I'm Dave Becker
  4. Advanced Extrication: Car Trapped Under Trailer

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    Tue, 4 Sep 2012

    Steve White and crew demonstrate the process for using struts, cribbing, and air bags to create space to perform extrication in a side underride scenario. Sponsored by Holmatro.

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    fire engineering treatments. And Steve White tie and cute with the -- fire department . In this scenario we're -- utilized could be struts and airbags to -- car that is trapped underneath the trailer known as
  5. Man vs. Machinery: Ring Entrapment

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    Tue, 6 Nov 2012

    Mark Gregory of the FDNY and Jim Payne of the Baltimore City (MD) Fire Department demonstrate an evolution for practicing removing a ring stuck on a patient's finger.

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    to the local fire station. We attempt to do different methods. A soapy water solution. I fact neither of them work. Some of the basic tools that we like to carry it out toolbox. Used a rubber bands . -- fishing line worked pretty well. James did demonstrate here using the fishing line and what we'll get it do if we
  6. Advanced Extrication: Vehicle Stabilization

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    Tue, 27 Nov 2012

    Steve White and crew review different scenarios for using buttress-tension stabilization to secure two types of large vehicles for extrication work. Sponsored by Holmatro.

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    fire engineering extremists and Steve -- the -- to -- the -- fire department . In this segment we're going to do -- this stabilization techniques for vehicles that are you know on their side or on
  7. When and Where to VES

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    Tue, 6 Nov 2012

    Dave Decker discusses the situations that would lead firefighters to employ vent-enter-search and the best locations for doing so.

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    front door that don't allow you access to the bedrooms. So we gain access through the bedroom window . To a potential victim. The more typical are commonplace to inform the -- Is on the second floor of a single family residence. We identify those windows that are bedrooms or wherever there's a high probability of victims we use -- point four foot extension -- to gain access to that area. Dad. Today we talked about when and where the gas in our next segment we'll show you ground floor benefits. -- -- -- -- --
  8. Urban Essentials: Forcing Doors That Swing Toward You

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    Tue, 20 Nov 2012

    Father-and-son FDNY team Bob and Rex Morris demonstrate tactics to overcome doors that swing toward you. Sponsored by American Military University.

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    toward me because I'm -- that hinges. Also wanna go to the leading edge of the door and and -- -- flush with the Georgian. So right away I know -- -- -- toward me. This if you characteristics when you deal with doors like this one being this team right here to be very very tight. -- -- hard to get -- tools that. They do this because he's generally are exterior doors to do that for. But weather stripping keep the weather route but he also got securities very hard sometimes to get up initial purchase . And so what you could do -- -- -- ahead of the acts dropped the later the acts. Right and is seen.