Large Vehicle Rescue Long Lake, MN
June 30 - July 1$350.00
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LARGE VEHICLE RESCUE
June 30 – July 1- 2018
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Hosted by the Long Lake Fire Department
340 Willow Drive Long Lake, Minnesota
Large vehicle: Eighteen wheeler, tandem dump truck, car carrier, tow truck, cement mixer even a fire truck. All represent tens of thousands of pounds in motion. Not a problem until one hits something, over turns or something hits it.
These are not everyday incidents. Different than the car crash with minor damage, these incidents are manpower intensive and may require creative problem-solving skills for a favorable outcome. This program will review incidents involving large vehicles with best practices for size up, stabilization, hazard control, disassembly, extrication and patient removal. Hands on activities dominate this program!
Mike has been with The City of Austin Fire Department for 10 years. Austin runs more than 85,000 calls annually out of 46 stations. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and started his fire career in 1998, going on to work with multiple departments starting on the west coast and finally making a permanent home in Austin, TX. This is a family tradition, as his father spent 30 years with the Philadelphia Fire Department. Michael currently works on a rescue company in central Austin and serves as a rescue specialist on Texas Task Force 1.
Captain Kleinschmidt is a 24 year veteran with the City of Wichita Fire Department currently assigned to a rescue company. Prior to this he served as a Lt. on a busy ladder company. He is a Rescue Technician/Manager with KSTF-5 regional USAR team. He is a department instructor/coordinator in Truck Company operations and coauthored the departments current SOP’s for Truck Company Operations. He is an adjunct instructor to the departments training division providing recruit instruction and hands on training to suppression companies throughout the city. He provides lecture and hands on training in Truck Company, Rescue Company, and reduced staffed fire ground operations at the local, state, and national level. He is a past FDIC presenter and contributing author to Fire Engineering magazine.
For Details Contact Lt. Scott Spinks (651)247-0359