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    Default Questions (and Answers) About Univ of X

    Question received from a San Diego-area firefighter asking about airbag info and past issues of the University of Extrication series.

    "I read your article every month and want to commend you on a great job. I would like to know if there is a single resource available that has up to date information on the status of airbags in vehicles. I know you have a done a great job over the years keeping us up to date but unfortunatly I have not clipped out every article. Do you have any ideas on where I might be able to find a resource like this to train with my crew. Thanks for a great article and for your continued dedication."

    My reply-

    Two things. We have updated on University of Extrication section of firehouse.com website.

    Go to http://www.firehouse.com/extrication/

    Check it out. The previous issues are listed in our 'archives' section.

    Secondly, I recommend purchasing the Holmatro airbag book plus their 2001 supplement. Not only is it useful at emergency scenes, it is a good basis for airbag training information.


    Anyone else have any suggestions you are willing to share??

    Ron Moore
    Ron Moore, Forum Moderator

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    As per reference manuals, Sally Straight's book "AirBag Hot Spot" from the AirBag Institute is pretty comprehensive as well, the bonus that book included large trucks too.

    Be safe,
    Dave D.

    Be dynamic..or go home!

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