Seneca College - NFPA 1006 (2017) Chapter 8 Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, Operations Level
 
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NFPA 1006 (2017) Chapter 8 Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, Operations Level

Our new NFPA 1006 Operations Level Vehicle Rescue and Extrication course will develop skills and knowledge directly applicable to real-world operations. 

Dates:
May 3rd 6:00pm-9:30pm 
May 4th 9:00am-5:00pm
May 5th 9:00am-5:00pm
 
Cost: $675 (No HST)
 
Location: 1750 Finch Ave East, Seneca College Newnham Campus, Fire Protection Training Centre.
 
Registration Deadline:  April 12, 2019 (space is limited)
 
Program Title:
NFPA 1006 (2017) Chapter 8 Vehicle Rescue and Extrication
Program Outline:
Through in-class and hands-on practical sessions and scenarios, students will develop real-world operations level skills and knowledge. Some highlights of skills and knowledge the student will possess at course completion: Scene Size up, Vehicle Stabilization, Victim Access and Management, Extrication Techniques, Alternative Extrication Techniques.  See course Itinerary below for details.
Certification:
This course meets or exceeds all requirements of NFPA 1006 (2017 edition) for Vehicle Rescue and Extrication. Successful participants will receive a Seneca College Fire Services Training Division Certificate.
Prerequisites:
(strongly recommended)
NFPA 1001, Level 2
 
Recommended Skills/Knowledge:
  • Safety procedures for highways operations
  • IMS/ICS
  • Patient Management/First Aid
  • Principles of Size-up
Modes of
Delivery:
Combination of home study, in class lecture and practical/hands-on.
Modes of
Evaluation:
Pre-course assignments, in-class quizzes, final written test, skills evaluations.
Assignments:
All curriculum assignments are mandatory. Each student must receive a minimum of a 70% Passing Grade.
Attendance Policy:
Attendance in mandatory for all In-class & Exam Sessions.
Pre-Course
Assignments:
In preparation for the course students are required to complete quizzes and assignments from chapters 1-11 of Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, 2nd Edition published by Jones and Bartlett. Assignments and quizzes will be completed on the Jones and Bartlett Navigate 2 online Platform. All assignments and quizzes must be completed before the first class. Students will receive Pre course assignments by April 12th at the latest.
*Note: Course fees do not include textbook and online resources costs. Students are responsible for purchasing Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, 2nd Edition published by Jones and Bartlett with the Navigate 2 Platform (online tool).
Required Resources
Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, 2nd Edition published by Jones and Bartlett (note: you will need to purchase the Navigate 2
You can purchase the book and online resource pack from the following sources:
Be sure to purchase a new book with a new navigate 2 code (a used book/code will not work).
Required Personal Protective Equipment
Students must provide their own: approved fire boots or safety shoes, fire helmet, safety glasses, fire gloves.
Seneca College is able to provide bunker gear at no cost

NFPA 1006 (2017) Chapter 8 Vehicle Rescue and Extrication Course Itinerary

Item
Date
Class #1:
In-class
  • Introduction
  • Take up pre-class assignments and quiz
  • Awareness Level Lectures: Incident Awareness, Tools and Equipment, Mechanical Energy and Vehicle Anatomy, Supplemental Restraint Systems
May 3, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Class # 2
In-class
  • Operations Level Lectures: Scene Size up, Vehicle Stabilization, Victim Access and Management, Alternative Extrication Techniques
Skills
  • Tool Familiarization
  • Patient Management
  • De-energization
  • Stabilization
  • Glass removal
  • Door removal
  • Roof removal
  • Dash lift/Dash roll
May 4, 9:00am – 5:00pm
 
Class #3
In-class
  • Operations Level Lectures: Site Operations, Advanced Vehicle Technology, Terminating the Incident
Skills
  • Scenario: Multi-vehicle collision with vehicles on side and/or roof

May 5, 9:00am – 5:00pm

PAYMENT PROCESS:

Please fill out registration form and return to:  robert.millar@senecacollege.ca

Rob Millar
Accreditation & Program Development Coordinator
Pre-Service Firefighter & Fire Protection Technology Programs
Seneca College Applied Arts & Technology
robert.millar@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext. 26430