Cavin's Towing & Recovery
March 12-13, 2010
El Reno, OK

Donít miss this limited opportunity to attend the best training available for working with some of the areaís foremost towing and recovery professionals and their massive equipment. Youíll learn the safest and most efficient techniques for heavy lifting and stabilization of big rigs involved in collisions with smaller vehicles. Travel if you dare, Hellís Highway and practice The 5 Step Discipline for Overturns and Underrides. The featured presenter will be Billy Leach, Jr. Billy is nationally recognized as the Developer and Sr. Presenter of BIG RIG RESCUEô, and has presented at FDIC, Firehouse Expo, FDNYís Technical Rescue School, LACoFD, and many other venues.

This program will feature both classroom and HANDS-ON learning. Attendance is based upon first-come, first served and is very limited to ensure MAXIMUM HANDS-ON. An extensive handout is provided for reference by attendees.

What can you expect?

The intensive classroom session will provide detailed information for the topics of:

Air Bag/Cushion Rescue Systems
Timber Cribbing/Strut Support Operations
The 5 Step Discipline for Overturns/Underrides

As you travel Hellís Highway you can anticipate encountering very challenging yet realistic scenarios such as, tanker overturn onto an auto, van trailer underride, concrete mixer overturn onto a smaller vehicle, van trailer overturn onto an auto, and MUCH MORE! Come, learn, and test your new knowledge and skills! You WILL NOT be disappointed!

NO walk-in registrations! Attendees are expected to furnish the following (without exception):

Helmet to meet NFPA Technical Rescue Standard
Full length fire retardant clothing meeting NFPA Std for Technical Rescue
Safety glasses or goggles to meet ANSI Z89.1+S Standard (helmet shields alone are insufficient)
Gloves to meet NFPA Cut Resistance and Heat Resistance Standard
Protective footgear, including impact resistant toe cap meeting NFPA Std for
Technical Rescue
Small battery operated calculator

For more info, please email Bryan at, or ring him on 405.615.9698.