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Vehicle Technology - Concerns of today & tommorrow Discussions (5)

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PPE & Personal tools ....Or what's in your pockets rescuers??

Rescuers- Do you carry a special 'widget' to make the "job" go easier at a MVC? Or does your company/agency/department have a special "widg…

Started by Dave Dalrymple

2 Mar 10, 2012
Reply by Kevin Patterson

Patients...patients....

Rescuers- While we all teach about patient management in our vehicle rescue programs, how many of you do the following: - use hard protecti…

Started by Dave Dalrymple

0 Jun 8, 2009

Alternative tool evolutions of today

When you hear the title of this discussion thread what comes to your mind today? Tools? Technique? Application? Or maybe all the above or s…

Started by Dave Dalrymple

0 Jun 8, 2009

Tool Evolutions and options today ......

Question #1 for June ..... What some the effective tool evolutions you are teaching or seeing taught in your travels? And while it might wo…

Started by Dave Dalrymple

4 Jun 8, 2009
Reply by Dave Dalrymple

What is YOUR biggest concern with vehicles today?

Fellow rescuers- Let's hear it!!! What do you feel is the biggest concern with vehicles out on the street today? DD

Started by Dave Dalrymple

18 Mar 6, 2009
Reply by Pete Forshaw

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