Machinery Rescue – Moosic, PA
August 24 - August 25$225.00
NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS FILLED.
Any department that is not enrolled but is still interested in the this program, please complete an enrollment form or email us as we may be able to plan a follow up program in NE PA.
August 24-25, 2018
6:30 PM Start on August 24 8:30 AM – Start August 25
Hosted by Greenwood Fire Department – Station 98 3727 Birney Avenue in Moosic, PA
From a hand stuck in a fan to a torso beneath a heavy piece of machinery, a strong command presence with a clearly defined strategy to execute the rescue is critical. While these calls may be infrequent, an appropriate response to a machinery entrapment can mean the difference between life and death.
Students will be challenged in intense hands on scenario based exercises that will require a strong command presence, development of a strategy and execution of tactics to successfully complete the rescue. This program will be mentally and physically challenging for all participants.
Lead Instructor: Luke Manion
Luke began his career with the Houston Fire Department in 2001. He spent the first 8 years of his career assigned to Station 18, serving much of that time on Tower 18. Since 2009 he has been a part of HFD’s Technical Rescue Team and is assigned to Rescue 42. Rescue 42 is one of HFD’s three dedicated heavy rescue trucks, with each truck covering one-third of Houston’s 654 square miles.
Additionally, the team responds to surrounding Counties for large-scale rescue incidents and helicopter operations. He is certified as a Texas Commission on Fire Protection Instructor I, Structural Collapse Technician (Level II) and IAFF Fireground Survival Instructor. Luke specializes in teaching Technical Rescue Operations, Truck Company Operations, Large-Area Search, Fireground Survival and Rapid Intervention Team Operations.
For details contact Fire Chief Chuck Molinaro firstname.lastname@example.org