1. Milwaukee Method for Peaked-Roof Structures


    Fri, 14 Dec 2012

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

    fire department found at 0:26

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  2. Man vs. Machinery: It's Not Always Technical


    Wed, 2 Jan 2013

    Technical rescue is not always technical. Pat Nichols and Mark Gregory demonstrate how to extricate a worker stuck in a piece of machinery.

    rescue vehicle found at 2:55

    outside the box. You have to think what you have on, your rescue vehicle , and say, will it work in an operation like this? The only way you gonna know if tools like this work is
  1. VES: Search Techniques and Victim Removal


    Tue, 11 Dec 2012

    Dave Decker discusses concerns and techniques for searching and removing a victim during a vent-enter-search operation.

    bedroom door found at 1:16

    my Italian bar. And my first priority is to look for the bedroom door . -- located at across from the window and going directly to the bedroom door to compartment -- myself from the fire I would make my way -- -- the war. Before closing the bedroom door I want to check for any possible victims in the hallway. So I'll put my foot -- the inside the doorway look
  2. Man vs. Machinery: Victim Stuck in Snow Blower


    Tue, 4 Dec 2012

    Pat Nichols and Mark Gregory review rescue options and considerations for dealing with a victim who is stuck in a snow blower.

    local hospital found at 3:38

    think about before we out. -- -- what the victim to the local hospital . Thank you for watching our engineers -- minutes -- Gregory we'll pack it.
  3. Advanced Extrication: Back-of-the-Cab Access


    Wed, 26 Dec 2012

    Steve White and company demonstrate how to go through the back of the cab of a big rig to access a patient. Sponsored by Holmatro.

    fire department found at 0:27

    fire engineers training minutes and Steve -- -- thank you the pictures fire department . In this segment we're going to -- the back of the cabins and other means to gain access . Depending on how many other sides of the truck were taken away from us from the accident. -- -- With removing. The
  4. Cutting Padlocks with a Rotary Saw


    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.

    fire department found at 0:26

    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
  5. Vent-Enter-Search (VES) Tools


    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).

    gain access found at 0:31, 1:55

    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
  6. Advanced Extrication: Car Trapped Under Trailer


    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.

    fire department found at 0:27

    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
  7. Advanced Extrication: Roof Removal


    Tue, 27 Nov 2012

    Steve White and crew demonstrate two roof removal scenarios: one with a truck tipped over on its side and another where the cab's roof is crushed in, trapping the victim. Sponsored by Holmatro.

    fire department found at 0:26

    engineering famous. Names people like you know -- -- with the pictures fire department . In this segment we're gonna go over -- -- The first group for -- scenario will be with the truck. On its
  8. Man vs. Machinery: Finger Caught in Gas Tank


    Tue, 9 Oct 2012

    Pat Nichols and Mark Gregory demonstrate and quick and easy way to free a patient whose finger is caught in the gas tank of a vehicle.

    hot dog found at 1:30

    do if you get it -- with -- fingers stuck in the gas tank of an automobile. We've had several of these instances where people try to siphon gas out of the gas tank and they end -- getting this thing to court in thud against tank itself. Remember human nature. As if fingers stuck -- and attempt to truck pulling the figure out several times the fingers and get caught by the flap about -- inside the tank and slowly scuttle car. So that can be used -- out tool of choice is going to be the -- -- if you don't have warning you toolkit on the rescue -- then. You -- have it in -- heartfelt you can take wanted to dip sticks out and we'd try to do is Pat's gonna go -- the top part of finger but what he's gonna do with. -- It put pressure on the flapper valve itself releasing it and getting the -- to come out thought of the guests. -- Told a -- don't -- -- obscure to simulate being a victim -- -- just puts. -- Got a as you could see the hot dog came out. Would absolutely no cuts no abrasions on -- -- right -- was able to release the pressure off it. It's