Firefighter down in a basement and the stairs are still intact? Learn the firefighter up the stairs removal technique to take the downed firefighter quickly to safety with the; 1-Firefighter, 2-firefighter & 3-firefighter methods. Also, included is how to safely take the firefighter downstairs.
Cork Screw Lower
Removing a downed firefighter into the safe haven of the stairwell is not enough. The downed firefighter needs to be in the care of emergency medical personnel as soon as possible. With the elevators out of service, this could be a tedious task. Learn two ways to descend multiple flights of stairs while avoiding the stairs and landings to move the firefighter to the ground floor where help can be rendered.
Confined Space Window Lift (Denver Drill)
When a downed firefighter is found in a narrow aisleway that makes a conventional window lift unachievable, learn two ways to accomplish the popular “Denver Drill” in this video.
Learn how to accomplish a window lift from the outside with the High Anchor Haul. With the proper equipment and technique, windows lifts have never been this effective.
When the closest means to safety is out the window, but there is no ladder present – perform “Lowering”. By using all equipment out of your pockets, you will be able to safely lower the downed firefighter out of the IDLH.
Rescue Skill 9 High Anchor/Hauling$10.00 Add to cart
Rescue Skill 16 Openings (Concreate Wall Breach, Door Removal, Burglar Bar Removal, Windows into Doors)$10.00 Add to cart
Rescue Skill 5 Victim Window Lifts & Ladder Carries$10.00 Add to cart
Rescue Skill 14 Firefighter Stuck in Roof$10.00 Add to cart