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January 2021

LEVEL I SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Raymond Volunteer Fire Rescue -Raymond, NE

January 15 @ 6:00 pm - January 17 @ 10:00 pm
Raymond Volunteer Fire Dept., 4210 West Raymond Rd
Raymond, 68428 United States
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We examine incidents from the past that may be indicative of future outcomes. We teach the department simple drills to stay focused. We focus on communications, hand signals and effective whistle signals that minimize rescuer task overload. We realize that more victims are seriously injured from the point of extrication to the ambulance. We teach proper handling and care of your victims. We emphasize the importance of pre-planning for the response area. By the end of this course, the rescuer…

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LEVEL II SURFACE ICE RESCUE – David City, NE

January 23 @ 8:00 am - January 24 @ 5:00 pm
David City Fire Department, 552 D Street
David City, 68632 United States
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The level II system we put in place is for rescue scenarios that involve rescuing victims from distances greater than 250 feet from shore and require rapid deployment. We focus on rescuing multiple victims using a more advanced “conveyor system” for fast and efficient extrication. The sys­tem uses an in-haul and out-haul method that will offer the rescuer rapid victim extrication from weak and unstable ice conditions. During the Surface Ice Level II course, we will emphasize proper handling and…

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LEVEL I SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Evergreen Fire Rescue – Evergreen, CO

January 29 @ 6:00 pm - January 31 @ 5:00 pm
Evergreen Fire Rescue, 1802 Bergen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439 United States
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We examine incidents from the past that may be indicative of future outcomes. We teach the department simple drills to stay focused. We focus on communications, hand signals and effective whistle signals that minimize rescuer task overload. We realize that more victims are seriously injured from the point of extrication to the ambulance. We teach proper handling and care of your victims. We emphasize the importance of pre-planning for the response area. By the end of this course, the rescuer…

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February 2021

LEVEL I SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Clear Creek Fire Authority -Idaho Springs, CO

February 5 @ 5:30 pm - February 7 @ 10:00 pm
Clear Creek Fire, 681 County Road 308
Clear Creek, CO 80436 United States
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We examine incidents from the past that may be indicative of future outcomes. We teach the department simple drills to stay focused. We focus on communications, hand signals and effective whistle signals that minimize rescuer task overload. We realize that more victims are seriously injured from the point of extrication to the ambulance. We teach proper handling and care of your victims. We emphasize the importance of pre-planning for the response area. By the end of this course, the rescuer…

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LEVEL II SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Clear Creek Fire Authority, Idaho Springs, CO

February 13 @ 8:00 am - February 14 @ 5:00 pm
Clear Creek Fire, 681 County Road 308
Clear Creek, CO 80436 United States
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The level II system we put in place is for rescue scenarios that involve rescuing victims from distances greater than 250 feet from shore and require rapid deployment. We focus on rescuing multiple victims using a more advanced “conveyor system” for fast and efficient extrication. The sys­tem uses an in-haul and out-haul method that will offer the rescuer rapid victim extrication from weak and unstable ice conditions. During the Surface Ice Level II course, we will emphasize proper handling and…

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LEVEL I SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Limon Fire Area Protection District

February 19 @ 5:00 pm - February 21 @ 10:00 pm
Limon Fire Rescue Limon, CO United States + Google Map

We examine incidents from the past that may be indicative of future outcomes. We teach the department simple drills to stay focused. We focus on communications, hand signals and effective whistle signals that minimize rescuer task overload. We realize that more victims are seriously injured from the point of extrication to the ambulance. We teach proper handling and care of your victims. We emphasize the importance of pre-planning for the response area. By the end of this course, the rescuer…

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LEVEL I SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Paonia Vol. Fire Dept. Paonia, CO

February 26 @ 5:30 pm - February 28 @ 10:00 pm
Paonia Fire Department, 729 Second Street
Paonia, CO United States
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We examine incidents from the past that may be indicative of future outcomes. We teach the department simple drills to stay focused. We focus on communications, hand signals and effective whistle signals that minimize rescuer task overload. We realize that more victims are seriously injured from the point of extrication to the ambulance. We teach proper handling and care of your victims. We emphasize the importance of pre-planning for the response area. By the end of this course, the rescuer…

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March 2021

LEVEL II SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Evergreen, CO

March 6 @ 8:00 am - March 7 @ 5:00 pm
Evergreen Fire Rescue, 1802 Bergen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439 United States
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The level II system we put in place is for rescue scenarios that involve rescuing victims from distances greater than 250 feet from shore and require rapid deployment. We focus on rescuing multiple victims using a more advanced “conveyor system” for fast and efficient extrication. The sys­tem uses an in-haul and out-haul method that will offer the rescuer rapid victim extrication from weak and unstable ice conditions. During the Surface Ice Level II course, we will emphasize proper handling and…

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LEVEL I SURFACE ICE RESCUE – Elko County Fire Protection District

March 12 @ 5:30 pm - March 14 @ 10:00 pm
Elko County Fire Protection District, 155 South Ninth Street
Elko, NV 89801 United States
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We examine incidents from the past that may be indicative of future outcomes. We teach the department simple drills to stay focused. We focus on communications, hand signals and effective whistle signals that minimize rescuer task overload. We realize that more victims are seriously injured from the point of extrication to the ambulance. We teach proper handling and care of your victims. We emphasize the importance of pre-planning for the response area. By the end of this course, the rescuer…

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