Select Criteria: Format = H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR

Instructors present real-world, challenging, difficult extrication scenarios that require advanced skills to stabilize the vehicles, gain entry, and remove patients entrapped and entangled in the wreckage.There is ample "tool time" for all students.                                   ...read more...

Instructor
Leigh Hollins
Battalion Chief
Cedar Hammock (FL) Fire Department (ret)
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Does your department struggle to train your firefighters in the art of forcibleentry? Do you want to learn how to be successful when the call comes in and you’re the one forcing the door or cutting the roll-down gate? This class will teach you the basic and advanced techniques of ...read more...
Instructor
Chris Minichiello
Fireman
FDNY - East Coast Rescue Solutions
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Flashover offers firefighters the opportunity to observe fire behavior and the signs the lead up to flashover. Phase #1 training from Swede Survival systems allows you to observe and experience in a controlled environment how fire develops and grows up to and through the flashover stage and how ventilation and ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Berchtold
Deputy Chief
Teaneck Fire Dept
United States
Handout(s)

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
The focus is on techniques for safety removing trapped occupants in incidents where conditions may overwhelm resources. Students engage in activities in four stations: (1) semi cabs or similar vehicles, (2)  using the private tow industry to assist in lifting a vehicle involved in an under-ride, (3) extrication from a ...read more...
Instructor
Todd Taylor
Battalion Chief
Advanced Rescue Solutions
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class will consist of four stations. Station 1, Vent-Enter-Search: students will search above the fire while controlling the flow path. Station 2, Fire Control: students learn how to use a water can to control the fire as a search team does a primary search. Station 3, Search Priorities: companies ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Alvarez
Captain
City of Maplewood (NJ) Fire Department
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class provides a realistic “street” approach to training that’s been forged on the nation’s deadliest roadways. This program hits many important and high-probability scenarios including side-resting vehicles, side outs, various alternative dash displacements, steering wheel de-ringing, guardrail entrapments, various tips, and much more. When we understand the "whys" of ...read more...
Instructor
Isaac Frazier
Special Ops Captain Squad 4 B Shift
Tactical Advantage Training
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class focuses on the core competencies of lifting, spreading, forcing, cutting, and lowering to rescue those who are trapped--Lift a dumpster that has fallen on a child, lower an injured firefighter using a harness and rope down a stair shaft, stabilize an elevator and remove those inside, remove a ...read more...
Instructor
Ray McCormack
Lieutenant
Fire Department of New York
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This  program focuses on four major skill sets attendees need to be successful at fires involving commercial occupancies such as big box stores, strip malls, warehouses, and office complexes. These fires are becoming more common, yet many departments have not yet adjusted their tactics to address the size and complexity ...read more...
Instructor
Aaron Heller
Captain
Hamilton Township (NJ)
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR

This class fulfills a critical void in instructor and drill master training programs in addressing the wide variety of body types and sizes. It is a must for anyone instructing or training firefighters on standard fireground functions. Incorporating physiology, body mechanics, weight distribution of equipment and tools, and in-depth firefighting ...read more...

Instructor
Katie Johnson
Fire Lieutenant
Prince George's County Fire/EMS
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students will rotate among extrication stations that focus on stabilizing the vehicle in its physical orientation, providing new and modifying old extrication techniques for gaining access to patients with emphasis on making every movement, and cut and relief count in the “Art of Making Space” fast and efficient.The systematic approach ...read more...
Instructor
Jeff Pugh
Lieutenant
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue / PXT
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students are instructed on methods they can use to disentangle victims from various forms of machinery. Basic techniques for removing rings are addressed. Evolutions progress in complexity as operations come to involve auger entrapments, impalements on fencing, persons trapped under a vehicle, and hands stuck in machinery (meat grinders). The ...read more...
Instructor
Mark Gregory
Captain
FDNY Ladder 142
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Each year, nearly 3,000 civilians are killed in structure fires. Despite advances in technology and personal protective equipment, these numbers do not seem to go down. Could our “passive search culture” be a contributing factor? This class makes a case for completing an aggressive primary search within the first 10 ...read more...
Instructor
Grant Schwalbe
Lieutenant
Estero Fire Rescue (Fort Myers, FL)
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class covers the techniques of single-story and multilevel structure vent-enter-isolate-search (VEIS). Firefighter safety is stressed during all scenarios. Basic search techniques will be reviewed, and students will search furnished rooms under simulated fire conditions. After the initial briefing, students will be divided into groups and will perform in ...read more...
Instructor
Eric Dreiman
Chief of Training
Indianapolis Fire Department
United States
Handout(s)

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class demonstrates how to operate more efficiently and safely by using firefighter safety research to enhance fireground tactics. Instructional areas include interior and exterior Fire Streams, door control, search, and fire behavior. Students will rotate among separate Fire Attack, Search, and Fire Behavior stations that include interaction with ...read more...
Instructor
Sean Gray
Lieutenant
Cobb County (GA) Fire and Emergency Services
United States

8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
It’s all about creating the most efficient and effective tool on the fireground--the Engine Company! Students rotate through realistic scenarios. Handlines and Stretches: Students gain an understanding of the usefulness/limitations of preconnected and static loads and how loads and stretches reinforce preentry operation principles and discipline. They work as attack/backup ...read more...
Instructor
Anthony Piontek
Lieutenant
Green Bay Fire Department
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR

Instructors present real-world, challenging, difficult extrication scenarios that require advanced skills to stabilize the vehicles, gain entry, and remove patients entrapped and entangled in the wreckage.There is ample "tool time" for all students.                                   ...read more...

Instructor
Leigh Hollins
Battalion Chief
Cedar Hammock (FL) Fire Department (ret)
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Flashover offers firefighters the opportunity to observe fire behavior and the signs the lead up to flashover. Phase #1 training from Swede Survival systems allows you to observe and experience in a controlled environment how fire develops and grows up to and through the flashover stage and how ventilation and ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Berchtold
Deputy Chief
Teaneck Fire Dept
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
The focus is on techniques for safety removing trapped occupants in incidents where conditions may overwhelm resources. Students engage in activities in four stations: (1) semi cabs or similar vehicles, (2)  using the private tow industry to assist in lifting a vehicle involved in an under-ride, (3) extrication from a ...read more...
Instructor
Todd Taylor
Battalion Chief
Advanced Rescue Solutions
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class will consist of four stations. Station 1, Vent-Enter-Search: students will search above the fire while controlling the flow path. Station 2, Fire Control: students learn how to use a water can to control the fire as a search team does a primary search. Station 3, Search Priorities: companies ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Alvarez
Captain
City of Maplewood (NJ) Fire Department
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Each year, nearly 3,000 civilians are killed in structure fires. Despite advances in technology and personal protective equipment, these numbers do not seem to go down. Could our “passive search culture” be a contributing factor? This class makes a case for completing an aggressive primary search within the first 10 ...read more...
Instructor
Grant Schwalbe
Lieutenant
Estero Fire Rescue (Fort Myers, FL)
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class provides a realistic “street” approach to training that’s been forged on the nation’s deadliest roadways. This program hits many important and high-probability scenarios including side-resting vehicles, side outs, various alternative dash displacements, steering wheel de-ringing, guardrail entrapments, various tips, and much more. When we understand the "whys" of ...read more...
Instructor
Isaac Frazier
Special Ops Captain Squad 4 B Shift
Tactical Advantage Training
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class focuses on the core competencies of lifting, spreading, forcing, cutting, and lowering to rescue those who are trapped--Lift a dumpster that has fallen on a child, lower an injured firefighter using a harness and rope down a stair shaft, stabilize an elevator and remove those inside, remove a ...read more...
Instructor
Ray McCormack
Lieutenant
Fire Department of New York
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This  program focuses on four major skill sets attendees need to be successful at fires involving commercial occupancies such as big box stores, strip malls, warehouses, and office complexes. These fires are becoming more common, yet many departments have not yet adjusted their tactics to address the size and complexity ...read more...
Instructor
Aaron Heller
Captain
Hamilton Township (NJ)
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Does your department struggle to train your firefighters in the art of forcibleentry? Do you want to learn how to be successful when the call comes in and you’re the one forcing the door or cutting the roll-down gate? This class will teach you the basic and advanced techniques of ...read more...
Instructor
Chris Minichiello
Fireman
FDNY - East Coast Rescue Solutions
United States
Handout(s)

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
It’s all about creating the most efficient and effective tool on the fireground--the Engine Company! Students rotate through realistic scenarios. Handlines and Stretches: Students gain an understanding of the usefulness/limitations of preconnected and static loads and how loads and stretches reinforce preentry operation principles and discipline. They work as attack/backup ...read more...
Instructor
Anthony Piontek
Lieutenant
Green Bay Fire Department
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class fulfills a critical void in instructor and drill master training programs in addressing the wide variety of body types and sizes. It is a must for anyone instructing or training firefighters on standard fireground functions. Incorporating physiology, body mechanics, weight distribution of equipment and tools, and in-depth firefighting ...read more...
Instructor
Katie Johnson
Fire Lieutenant
Prince George's County Fire/EMS
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students will rotate among extrication stations that focus on stabilizing the vehicle in its physical orientation, providing new and modifying old extrication techniques for gaining access to patients with emphasis on making every movement, and cut and relief count in the “Art of Making Space” fast and efficient.The systematic approach ...read more...
Instructor
Jeff Pugh
Lieutenant
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue / PXT
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students are instructed on methods they can use to disentangle victims from various forms of machinery. Basic techniques for removing rings are addressed. Evolutions progress in complexity as operations come to involve auger entrapments, impalements on fencing, persons trapped under a vehicle, and hands stuck in machinery (meat grinders). The ...read more...
Instructor
Mark Gregory
Captain
FDNY Ladder 142
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class covers the techniques of single-story and multilevel structure vent-enter-isolate-search (VEIS). Firefighter safety is stressed during all scenarios. Basic search techniques will be reviewed, and students will search furnished rooms under simulated fire conditions. After the initial briefing, students will be divided into groups and will perform in ...read more...
Instructor
Eric Dreiman
Chief of Training
Indianapolis Fire Department
United States
Handout(s)

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class demonstrates how to operate more efficiently and safely by using firefighter safety research to enhance fireground tactics. Instructional areas include interior and exterior Fire Streams, door control, search, and fire behavior. Students will rotate among separate Fire Attack, Search, and Fire Behavior stations that include interaction with ...read more...
Instructor
Sean Gray
Lieutenant
Cobb County (GA) Fire and Emergency Services
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR

Instructors present real-world, challenging, difficult extrication scenarios that require advanced skills to stabilize the vehicles, gain entry, and remove patients entrapped and entangled in the wreckage.There is ample "tool time" for all students.                                   ...read more...

Instructor
Leigh Hollins
Battalion Chief
Cedar Hammock (FL) Fire Department (ret)
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This  program focuses on four major skill sets attendees need to be successful at fires involving commercial occupancies such as big box stores, strip malls, warehouses, and office complexes. These fires are becoming more common, yet many departments have not yet adjusted their tactics to address the size and complexity ...read more...
Instructor
Aaron Heller
Captain
Hamilton Township (NJ)
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
The focus is on techniques for safety removing trapped occupants in incidents where conditions may overwhelm resources. Students engage in activities in four stations: (1) semi cabs or similar vehicles, (2)  using the private tow industry to assist in lifting a vehicle involved in an under-ride, (3) extrication from a ...read more...
Instructor
Todd Taylor
Battalion Chief
Advanced Rescue Solutions
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class will consist of four stations. Station 1, Vent-Enter-Search: students will search above the fire while controlling the flow path. Station 2, Fire Control: students learn how to use a water can to control the fire as a search team does a primary search. Station 3, Search Priorities: companies ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Alvarez
Captain
City of Maplewood (NJ) Fire Department
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students are instructed on methods they can use to disentangle victims from various forms of machinery. Basic techniques for removing rings are addressed. Evolutions progress in complexity as operations come to involve auger entrapments, impalements on fencing, persons trapped under a vehicle, and hands stuck in machinery (meat grinders). The ...read more...
Instructor
Mark Gregory
Captain
FDNY Ladder 142
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Each year, nearly 3,000 civilians are killed in structure fires. Despite advances in technology and personal protective equipment, these numbers do not seem to go down. Could our “passive search culture” be a contributing factor? This class makes a case for completing an aggressive primary search within the first 10 ...read more...
Instructor
Grant Schwalbe
Lieutenant
Estero Fire Rescue (Fort Myers, FL)
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class provides a realistic “street” approach to training that’s been forged on the nation’s deadliest roadways. This program hits many important and high-probability scenarios including side-resting vehicles, side outs, various alternative dash displacements, steering wheel de-ringing, guardrail entrapments, various tips, and much more. When we understand the "whys" of ...read more...
Instructor
Isaac Frazier
Special Ops Captain Squad 4 B Shift
Tactical Advantage Training
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class focuses on the core competencies of lifting, spreading, forcing, cutting, and lowering to rescue those who are trapped--Lift a dumpster that has fallen on a child, lower an injured firefighter using a harness and rope down a stair shaft, stabilize an elevator and remove those inside, remove a ...read more...
Instructor
Ray McCormack
Lieutenant
Fire Department of New York
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Does your department struggle to train your firefighters in the art of forcibleentry? Do you want to learn how to be successful when the call comes in and you’re the one forcing the door or cutting the roll-down gate? This class will teach you the basic and advanced techniques of ...read more...
Instructor
Chris Minichiello
Fireman
FDNY - East Coast Rescue Solutions
United States
Handout(s)

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
It’s all about creating the most efficient and effective tool on the fireground--the Engine Company! Students rotate through realistic scenarios. Handlines and Stretches: Students gain an understanding of the usefulness/limitations of preconnected and static loads and how loads and stretches reinforce preentry operation principles and discipline. They work as attack/backup ...read more...
Instructor
Anthony Piontek
Lieutenant
Green Bay Fire Department
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class fulfills a critical void in instructor and drill master training programs in addressing the wide variety of body types and sizes. It is a must for anyone instructing or training firefighters on standard fireground functions. Incorporating physiology, body mechanics, weight distribution of equipment and tools, and in-depth firefighting ...read more...
Instructor
Katie Johnson
Fire Lieutenant
Prince George's County Fire/EMS
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Flashover offers firefighters the opportunity to observe fire behavior and the signs the lead up to flashover. Phase #1 training from Swede Survival systems allows you to observe and experience in a controlled environment how fire develops and grows up to and through the flashover stage and how ventilation and ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Berchtold
Deputy Chief
Teaneck Fire Dept
United States
Handout(s)

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students will rotate among extrication stations that focus on stabilizing the vehicle in its physical orientation, providing new and modifying old extrication techniques for gaining access to patients with emphasis on making every movement, and cut and relief count in the “Art of Making Space” fast and efficient.The systematic approach ...read more...
Instructor
Jeff Pugh
Lieutenant
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue / PXT
United States

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class covers the techniques of single-story and multilevel structure vent-enter-isolate-search (VEIS). Firefighter safety is stressed during all scenarios. Basic search techniques will be reviewed, and students will search furnished rooms under simulated fire conditions. After the initial briefing, students will be divided into groups and will perform in ...read more...
Instructor
Eric Dreiman
Chief of Training
Indianapolis Fire Department
United States
Handout(s)

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class demonstrates how to operate more efficiently and safely by using firefighter safety research to enhance fireground tactics. Instructional areas include interior and exterior Fire Streams, door control, search, and fire behavior. Students will rotate among separate Fire Attack, Search, and Fire Behavior stations that include interaction with ...read more...
Instructor
Sean Gray
Lieutenant
Cobb County (GA) Fire and Emergency Services
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Flashover offers firefighters the opportunity to observe fire behavior and the signs the lead up to flashover. Phase #1 training from Swede Survival systems allows you to observe and experience in a controlled environment how fire develops and grows up to and through the flashover stage and how ventilation and ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Berchtold
Deputy Chief
Teaneck Fire Dept
United States
Handout(s)

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
The focus is on techniques for safety removing trapped occupants in incidents where conditions may overwhelm resources. Students engage in activities in four stations: (1) semi cabs or similar vehicles, (2)  using the private tow industry to assist in lifting a vehicle involved in an under-ride, (3) extrication from a ...read more...
Instructor
Todd Taylor
Battalion Chief
Advanced Rescue Solutions
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students are instructed on methods they can use to disentangle victims from various forms of machinery. Basic techniques for removing rings are addressed. Evolutions progress in complexity as operations come to involve auger entrapments, impalements on fencing, persons trapped under a vehicle, and hands stuck in machinery (meat grinders). The ...read more...
Instructor
Mark Gregory
Captain
FDNY Ladder 142
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Each year, nearly 3,000 civilians are killed in structure fires. Despite advances in technology and personal protective equipment, these numbers do not seem to go down. Could our “passive search culture” be a contributing factor? This class makes a case for completing an aggressive primary search within the first 10 ...read more...
Instructor
Grant Schwalbe
Lieutenant
Estero Fire Rescue (Fort Myers, FL)
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class focuses on the core competencies of lifting, spreading, forcing, cutting, and lowering to rescue those who are trapped--Lift a dumpster that has fallen on a child, lower an injured firefighter using a harness and rope down a stair shaft, stabilize an elevator and remove those inside, remove a ...read more...
Instructor
Ray McCormack
Lieutenant
Fire Department of New York
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR

Instructors present real-world, challenging, difficult extrication scenarios that require advanced skills to stabilize the vehicles, gain entry, and remove patients entrapped and entangled in the wreckage.There is ample "tool time" for all students.                                   ...read more...

Instructor
Leigh Hollins
Battalion Chief
Cedar Hammock (FL) Fire Department (ret)
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This  program focuses on four major skill sets attendees need to be successful at fires involving commercial occupancies such as big box stores, strip malls, warehouses, and office complexes. These fires are becoming more common, yet many departments have not yet adjusted their tactics to address the size and complexity ...read more...
Instructor
Aaron Heller
Captain
Hamilton Township (NJ)
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Does your department struggle to train your firefighters in the art of forcibleentry? Do you want to learn how to be successful when the call comes in and you’re the one forcing the door or cutting the roll-down gate? This class will teach you the basic and advanced techniques of ...read more...
Instructor
Chris Minichiello
Fireman
FDNY - East Coast Rescue Solutions
United States
Handout(s)

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
It’s all about creating the most efficient and effective tool on the fireground--the Engine Company! Students rotate through realistic scenarios. Handlines and Stretches: Students gain an understanding of the usefulness/limitations of preconnected and static loads and how loads and stretches reinforce preentry operation principles and discipline. They work as attack/backup ...read more...
Instructor
Anthony Piontek
Lieutenant
Green Bay Fire Department
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class fulfills a critical void in instructor and drill master training programs in addressing the wide variety of body types and sizes. It is a must for anyone instructing or training firefighters on standard fireground functions. Incorporating physiology, body mechanics, weight distribution of equipment and tools, and in-depth firefighting ...read more...
Instructor
Katie Johnson
Fire Lieutenant
Prince George's County Fire/EMS
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
Students will rotate among extrication stations that focus on stabilizing the vehicle in its physical orientation, providing new and modifying old extrication techniques for gaining access to patients with emphasis on making every movement, and cut and relief count in the “Art of Making Space” fast and efficient.The systematic approach ...read more...
Instructor
Jeff Pugh
Lieutenant
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue / PXT
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class will consist of four stations. Station 1, Vent-Enter-Search: students will search above the fire while controlling the flow path. Station 2, Fire Control: students learn how to use a water can to control the fire as a search team does a primary search. Station 3, Search Priorities: companies ...read more...
Instructor
Joseph Alvarez
Captain
City of Maplewood (NJ) Fire Department
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This class provides a realistic “street” approach to training that’s been forged on the nation’s deadliest roadways. This program hits many important and high-probability scenarios including side-resting vehicles, side outs, various alternative dash displacements, steering wheel de-ringing, guardrail entrapments, various tips, and much more. When we understand the "whys" of ...read more...
Instructor
Isaac Frazier
Special Ops Captain Squad 4 B Shift
Tactical Advantage Training
United States

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class covers the techniques of single-story and multilevel structure vent-enter-isolate-search (VEIS). Firefighter safety is stressed during all scenarios. Basic search techniques will be reviewed, and students will search furnished rooms under simulated fire conditions. After the initial briefing, students will be divided into groups and will perform in ...read more...
Instructor
Eric Dreiman
Chief of Training
Indianapolis Fire Department
United States
Handout(s)

1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Format: H.O.T Evolution (Outside) 4 HOUR
This hands-on class demonstrates how to operate more efficiently and safely by using firefighter safety research to enhance fireground tactics. Instructional areas include interior and exterior Fire Streams, door control, search, and fire behavior. Students will rotate among separate Fire Attack, Search, and Fire Behavior stations that include interaction with ...read more...
Instructor
Sean Gray
Lieutenant
Cobb County (GA) Fire and Emergency Services
United States