Trainers' Presentation                    

 VEHICLE EXTRICATION  Dynamic Risk Assessment

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Crash damaged vehicles occasioning occupant entrapment can incorporate many hazards especially where the vehicles electrics cannot be isolated. With the advances in vehicle technology, continual dynamic risk assessment has become an essential factor in safe guarding work practices at the scene of vehicle collisions. This program contains all the essential knowledge with regards to new technology and extrication evolutions for risk recognition, hazard identification and subsequent risk control measures. 

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SAMPLE PAGES - Scroll down to view 

 The Program is equipped with a comprehensive CONTENTS page, Index listing and search engine.

 Includes graphic illustrations of all new relevant technology and explanations

 See-through illustrations of door bag installations  

 Variation in seat mounted electronic modules  

 See-through graphics are used to fully explain SIP instalations 

 Roll over protection installation and activation 

 The implication of high strength and boron steels in bodywork construction

 The implication of high strength and boron steels in seat design

 Understanding bi-fuel and duel fuel systems 

 The hybrid vehicle, design and components 

 Keyless and ready go systems and there implications for scene management 

 Pillerless design and extrication strategy 

LOGIC - explaining the importance of vehicle types in relation to new technology 

Roof removal and fixed / bonded EPG laminated glazing. 

Roof removal and the different configurations of head protection systems 

Door forcing / removal and the different configurations of door airbag installation 

Side removal (removal of the rear door complete with the centre post) and the implication of various head protection systems  

Steering wheel relocation, dash-roll and dash-lift, and the implication of various SRS and SIP systems

Roof-fold-down and the implication of various head protection systems

Inverted side-removal and the implication of various head protection systems and pre-tensioners

Risk control management and various evolution options 

Extrication examples following precautionary measures   

Risk assessed extrication examples following precautionary measures

The program is equipped with a summary assessment page that allows the trainer to validate the instruction and, where necessary, hyperlink back to the relevant area that needs revision.

 

 

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