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  1. AUTO EXTRICATIONLETS BE SAFE STONE CHURCH VFD OCTOBER 15-16,2005

  2. OBJECTIVES • SAFETY (RISK MANAGEMENT) • FIREGROUND OPERATIONS • EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT EXTRICATION

  3. RISK MANAGEMENT

  4. RISK MANAGEMENT • WHAT IS IT ? • IT IS ANY ACTIVITY THAT INVOLVES THE EVALUATION OF, OR COMPARISON OF RISKS AND THE DEVELOPMENT, SELECTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTROL MEASURES THAT CHANGE, REDUCE OR ELIMINATE THE PROBABILITY OR CONSEQUENCES OF A HARMFUL ACTION

  5. RISK MANAGEMENT • YOUR PROFESSION(REGARDLESS OF RANK OR JOB DESCRIPTION)ENTAILS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF RISK • RISK CAN BE ELIMINATED,AVOIDED,SHARED, TRANSFERRED OR CONTROLLED.

  6. RISK MANAGEMENT • EVERY IDENTIFIABLE RISK IS A MANAGEABLE RISK!!!!!!!!!! • YOU ARE THE BEST RISK MANAGER WITH RESPECT TO YOUR SPECIFIC OPERATIONS.

  7. RISK MANAGEMENT • SIMPLE STUFF: - WEARING SEATBELTS -AVOIDING TRIP HAZARDS -FASTENING YOUR HELMENT PROPERLY

  8. RISK MANAGEMENT • MORE COMPLEX -STUCTURE FIRES -GASOLINE TANKS LEAKING -BUILDING COLLAPSE

  9. RISK MANAGEMENT • TWO TYPES • ORGANIZATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT • OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT

  10. RISK MANAGEMENT • ORGANIZATIONAL: • PROERLY DESIGNED, KEPT UP TO DATE, AND FULLY IMPLEMENTED SOG’S AND RULES AND REGULATIONS

  11. RISK MANAGEMENT • OPERATIONAL • TRAINING !!!!!!!

  12. RISK MANAGEMENT • PROCESS OF LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE(5 SECONDS TO 5 DECADES)AND LOOKING FOR THINGS THAT CAN GO WRONG • DOING SOMETHING UP FRONT TO PREVENT IT FROM HAPPENING

  13. RISK MANAGEMENT • WHY ARE THESE SYSTEMS EITHER NOT IMPLEMENTED OR NOT ADHERED TO -ARROGANCE (THESE RULES DON’T APPLY TO ME) -IGNORANCE(I DON’T KNOW THE RULES) -COMPLACENCY(WE HAVE ALWAYS DONE THIS) -ACCEPTANCE(I DON’T WANT TO CAUSE TROUBLE)

  14. RISK MANAGEMENT • LINE OFFICERS AND SENIOR MEMBERS HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THE APPROPRIOTE STANDARDS ARE BEING MAINTAINED

  15. RISK MANAGEMENT • DO YOU HAVE THE GUTS TO ENFORCE THE RULES????????????

  16. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

  17. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT • WHY DO WE NEED IT? -TO PRTECT US FROM HARM

  18. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPTMENT • WHEN DO WE NEED IT -ANY TIME YOU ARE IN OR COULD POTENTIONALY BE PUT IN A HAZARDOUS SITUATION

  19. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT • WHAT IS IT? -COAT, PANTS, BOOTS, GLOVES, NOMEX HOOD, HELMET, SCBA AND ETC. -DO NOT VIEW IT AS OPTIONAL EQUIPNEMT

  20. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT • MAKE SURE IT IS WORN PROPERLY • INSPECT IT MONTHLY • INSPECT IT AFTER EVERY TIME IT IS WORN

  21. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT • IF YOU DON’T CARE ENEOUGH FOR YOURSELF TO WEAR YOUR PPE HOW DO YOU EXPECT SOMEONE ELSE TO CARE ABOUT YOUR WELFARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  22. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

  23. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

  24. SCENE SAFETY • WHEN ARRIVING ONSCENE REMEMBER • OBSERVE ALL CONDITIONS • STREET ACCESS • EXPOSURES • LOCATION OF FIRE AND SMOKE • POWER LINES • COLLAPSE ZONES

  25. SCENE SAFETY • IN ORDER FOR ANY SCENE TO BE A SAFE SCENE EVERY ONE MUST WORK AS A TEAM AFTER ONE COMMON GOAL. • ALWAYS FOLLOW GUIDELINES AND ANYTIME YOU ARE UNSURE ABOUT AN ORDER ASK FOR CONFIRMATION AS NOT TO PUT SOMEONE IN HARMS WAY.

  26. SCENE SAFETY • TEAM UNITY MEANS: • ALWAYS ENTER TOGTHER • ALWAYS LEAVE TOGTHER • TALK TO EACHOTHER • ALWAYS WORK IN TEAMS OF TWO OR MORE.

  27. SCENE SAFETY • LEAVE ALL PERSONAL DIFFERENCES AT THE FIREHOUSE IF YOU DON’T TRUST YOUR PARTNER THAN HE MOST LIKELY DOSENT TRUST YOU!!!!!!!!!!! • THAT COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR EVEN DEATH.

  28. SCENE SAFETY • IF YOU SEE A HAZARD EITHER TAKECARE OF IT YOURSELF OR REPORT IT TO AN OFFICER. • NEVER LEAVE A HAZARD TO BE FOUND BY SOMEONE ELSE.

  29. FIREGROUND OPERATIONSAUTO ACCIDENTS • WHAT COMES FIRST FIRE OR EMS ? • WHO’S IN CHARGE ? • WHO DOES WHAT ? • REMEMBER THE GOLDEN HOUR !

  30. EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENTAUTO EXTRICATION • WORK AS A TEAM. • MAKE ALL ACTIONS COUNT. • REMEMBER TRY BEFORE YOU PRY!!!!!!!!!! • IF IT DOSENT NEED CUT OR PRIED DON’T DO IT ! • ALWAYS MAKE SURE PATIENT IS PROTECTED.

  31. EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENTAUTO EXTRICATION • STABLIZE VEHICLE. • ALL TOOLS NEEDED READY FOR USE. • PARTS REMOVED PLACED AWAY FROM WORK AREA. • CALL FOR HELP IF NEEDED.