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Proactive Extrication
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If you are up on Auto Extrication do feel ree to put in your comments. being a proactive extrication Facilitator is always a task. I have always said that the only thing consistent in the automotive industry is change. You always have to be on your…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pete Forshaw Nov 20, 2009.


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Instructor Georgian College
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Top issues in your department:
Using Personal vehicles as blockers until Fire service arrives.
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Professional Qualifications:
fire truck technician teacher at College for firefighter preservice program. Auto-x instructor
Business owner of Auto Extrication International
Certified Fire Fighter
Certified Training Officer
Certified EVT Apparatus Technician
Tech High Angle rescue instructor
Train the Trainer Auto-X College Instructor
Certified Aerial instructor- Smeal
OPS level Haz-mat
Instructor - Proboard/IFSAC Program Fire Fighter 1&2 componenets
Topics you provide training for:
all topics in the service
Now Aerial OPS as well.
Areas of expertise:
Heavy truck extrication auto extrication. new car technology
All Auto Extrication aspects.
Safety in the fire service is paramount in todays training programs. This is were it all happens and it all goes wrong
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40 Hr Auto Extrication Course

April 10,11,16,17,18, 40 Hr Auto Extrication Course
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Posted on January 20, 2010 at 8:37pm

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At 9:53pm on November 22, 2009, Andrew DeLair said…
Hey Pete, Aint this the way. Within 5 minutes of saying it was slow at the station, we had a working fire at an apartment complex. seems to always happen like that. Anyway, i was getting back with you. Did you view my product? or were you saying hello? either way its nice to meet you.
At 11:39pm on November 21, 2009, Andrew DeLair said…
Very good sir, slow at the station though.

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