Central Carolina Community College
ADVANCED AUTO EXTRICATION
Saturday March 4th, 2006
You are invited to attend a Stabilization University and Advanced Auto Extrication course to be presented at the CCCC Emergency Services Training Center, 3000 Old Airport Rd, Sanford, NC 27330.
The presentation is entirely HANDS-ON training! Prior extrication training and experience is desired. The training will offer details of the latest restrained buttress stabilization tools, and advanced extrication techniques. Attendees can expect to stabilize sideresting and inverted vehicles plus techniques for the Inverted Floorboard Flip, 2 for 1 Special, 4-Door Ripper, Inverted Patient Removal, and Pickup Cab Slice.
The featured presenters will be Cris Pasto, Designer of the ResQJack System, and Billy Leach, Jr. Cris is a mechanical engineer and volunteer firefighter with the Spencer, NY FD. He has traveled extensively throughout the country and abroad teaching stabilization techniques. Billy is the Developer and Sr. Presenter of the BIG RIG RESCUE program and co-authored the book, ‘BIG RIG RESCUE’.
Don’t miss this opportunity! Learn the fastest and most efficient techniques while preparing for real world extrication challenges. Get hands-on experience with the latest tools! Bring full PPE (safety glasses or goggles required) and join us!
To register, please call Landis Phillips, ES Trng Director at 919.776.5601 or email email@example.com. The course will fill quickly so don’t delay.
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