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NFPA 1006 Heavy Vehicle Rescue

Existing courses are being migrated from the NFPA 1006 – 2017 Edition to reflect the brand new NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition requirements and dates should be added very soon.  Additional courses will be added in the near future!  

 

NFPA 1006 Heavy Vehicle Rescue Awareness Level – ONLINE COURSE WAIT LIST

Online course is under construction and will be available soon!

Click the “I’m Attending” button if you want to be put on the wait list for this course when it becomes available.  No payment required to be added to the list.  We will notify you in the near future when this NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition course gets online!  If you decide you don’t want to take it, then we will remove your name from the list or you can click the “No” button any time to be removed.  Call, email or text for more information.

 

NFPA 1006 Heavy Vehicle Rescue Operations Level 

This course includes hands on training for EVERY TOOL AVAILABLE AT THIS LEVEL!  RS Rescue does not, and will never run a “This is how you would use this tool.” type program. 

RS Rescue’s NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Heavy Vehicle Rescue Operations Level course will have you introduced to a variety of large/heavy commercial vehicles, their systems and the challenges they present to the modern day rescuer.   This hands on one day course will have you stabilizing and extricating on heavy vehicles including bus and transport truck!

As part of a team, you will also learn to act as a Rescue Sector Officer (RSO) for portions of the training. As part of the RSO introduction and development, you will learn the importance of maintaining crew safety and the development of stabilization and extrication plans. These advanced skills taught will shape students to begin working as part of an advanced vehicle rescue team. Upon completion of all skill sets, you and your now ready to respond crew will engage in real time staged multi-vehicle extrication scenarios.

NFPA 1006 Heavy Vehicle Rescue Technician Level

This course is under construction to ensure compliance with the recently revised NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition.  We have created a wait list for you to add your name to if you’re interested in the course. 

NFPA 1006 Machinery Rescue

RS Rescue is Ontario’s leading Vehicle and Machinery extrication training course provider. All RS Rescue programs are in compliance with NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition and Ontario Fire Service Section 21 Guidance Notes. Your real time “responses” to staged scenarios in a team environment will have you not just NFPA compliant, but “job ready” for when that fire department comes calling.

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NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Machinery Rescue Awareness Level – Online Course

RS Rescue’s NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Machinery Rescue Awareness Level online course, students will be lead through the initial stages of a simple machinery rescue.  We will deliver this as a two part program.  First part is online similar to our previous pre course components.  Focus is on the knowledge sets required by the NFPA 1006 standard.  A series of videos followed up with section tests.  Second part, will be an interactive, one on one online testing session with Lead Instructor John O’Blenis.  This will be booked once part 1 is completed.

This program incorporates all NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Machinery Rescue Awareness Level requirements.  Upon successful completion of all of these requirements, an NFPA 1006 -2021 compliant Machinery Rescue Awareness Level certificate will be issued.  Learn more

NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Machinery Rescue Operations Level

This course includes hands on training for EVERY TOOL AVAILABLE AT THIS LEVEL!   RS Rescue does not, and will never run a “This is how you would use this tool.” type program.

During the NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Operations Level 8 hour course, students will be introduced to the various stages of machinery accidents and learn how to safely and efficiently navigate through these stages in a team environment. You will learn how to identify and isolate potential hazards to both you and the patient. We will focus on systematic scene management approaches coupled with a variety of stabilization techniques.  Learn more!

NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Machinery Rescue Technician Level

This course will include hands on training for EVERY TOOL AVAILABLE AT THIS LEVEL!  RS Rescue does not, and will never run a “This is how you would use this tool.” type program. 

This program is currently under construction and course dates will be announced soon.  If this course interests you, please click the link, then click the “I’m attending” button to be added to our WAIT LIST.  There is no obligation to attend once the course dates are announced.  We are simply using this as a tool to gather a list of people to contact directly when the course becomes available.  Learn more!

NFPA 1006 Common Passenger Vehicle Rescue

RS Rescue is Ontario’s leading extrication training course provider. All RS Rescue programs are in compliance with NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition and Ontario Fire Service Section 21 Guidance Notes. Your real time “responses” to staged scenarios in a team environment will have you not just NFPA compliant, but “job ready” for when that fire department comes calling.

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NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Awareness Level – Online Course

RS Rescue’s NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Awareness Level online course, students will be lead through the initial stages of common passenger vehicle rescue objectives and firefighter safety concerns.  We will deliver this as a two part program.  First part is online similar to our previous pre course components.  Focus is on the knowledge sets required by the NFPA 1006 standard.  A series of videos followed up with section tests.  Second part, will be an interactive, one on one online testing session with Lead Instructor John O’Blenis.  This will be booked once part 1 is completed.  

This program incorporates all NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Awareness Level requirements.  Upon successful completion of all of these requirements, an NFPA 1006 -2021 compliant CPVR Awareness Level certificate will be issued.  Learn more

NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Operations Level

This course includes hands on training for EVERY TOOL AVAILABLE AT THIS LEVEL!   RS Rescue does not, and will never run a “This is how you would use this tool.” type program.

During RS Rescue’s NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Operations Level one day course, students will be introduced to the various stages of automobile accidents and learn how to safely and efficiently navigate through these stages in a team environment.  You will learn how to identify and isolate potential hazards to both you and the patient. The course will focus on Supplemental Restraint Systems (SRS) and the hazards that these systems pose to today’s firefighters.  Systematic scene management approaches coupled with an assortment of stabilization and glass management techniques will complete the first stages of the vehicle rescue training!   Learn more!

NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Technician Level

This course includes hands on training for EVERY TOOL AVAILABLE AT THIS LEVEL!  RS Rescue does not, and will never run a “This is how you would use this tool.” type program. 

RS Rescue’s NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition CPVR Technician Level course will have you introduced to a variety of advanced level vehicle rescue incidents, their challenges and the different tools and equipment that may be required to assist in incident resolution. These types of incidents include vehicles in unique or precarious positions as well as advanced extrication techniques using a variety of different hydraulic, electric and pneumatic tools and equipment.

As part of a team, you will also learn to act as a Rescue Sector Officer (RSO) for portions of the training. As part of the RSO introduction and development, you will learn the importance of maintaining crew safety and the development of stabilization and extrication plans. These advanced skills taught will shape students to begin working as part of an advanced vehicle rescue team. Upon completion of all skill sets, you and your now ready to respond crew will engage in real time staged multi-vehicle extrication scenarios.  Learn more!

NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition E-Learning

 

RS Rescue is pleased to offer several different NFPA 1006 – 2021 edition awareness level courses available exclusively online!  All of our courses are NFPA 1006 – 2021 edition compliant.  Start your training today with Ontario’s vehicle and machinery extrication experts.  We are the choice of fire departments all over the province!  Shouldn’t RS Rescue be yours too?

 

NFPA 1006 – 2021 Edition Online Courses

Chapter 8 Common Passenger Vehicle Rescue – Awareness Level

Chapter 9 Heavy Vehicle Rescue – Awareness Level

Chapter 13 Machinery Rescue – Awareness Level (coming soon, click here for wait list)

Associate Instructor Program

This program provides former students the opportunity to maintain the skills they learned at RS Rescue, and to develop themselves as extrication instructors at virtually no cost. Since this started in 2012, we have successfully developed several former students through this volunteer program into very skilled instructors and ultimately, rescue sector officers.

How do I become an Associate Instructor?

Students must first complete all three of the RS Rescue NFPA 1006 Vehicle Extrication courses. Once completed, you can request to be added to the Associate Instructor program. Eligible course dates will be posted to a protected area of the website available only to the exclusive list of Associates.  To which Associate Instructors will request course dates through the website, and will be placed on the course instructor roster in the order the requests are received.  Eligible AI’s will be contacted 3-4 weeks in advance of the request course dates to let them know if they are required or not.  Lunch and all PPE is provided with the exception safety footwear.

Once accepted into the program and selected to participate as an Associate Instructor, you may use the Lead Instructor, John O’Blenis, or any other member of the senior instruction team (with their permission) as a work reference. At this time, you may also place RS Rescue under your volunteer experience of your resume.

These events are for registered Associate Instructors ONLY. 

 

Qualified Vehicle Extrication Associates Only

Feb 6-7, 2021

Mar 6-7, 2021

April 3-4, 2021

May 1-2, 2021

May 29-30, 2021

Jun 26-27, 2021

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Associate Instructor Vehicle Extrication - April 3-4, 2021

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207239 Highway 9, Mono, ON
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Associate Instructor Vehicle Extrication - May 1-2, 2021

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207239 Highway 9, Mono, ON
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Associate Instructor Vehicle Extrication - May 29-30, 2021

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207239 Highway 9, Mono, ON
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Associate Instructor Vehicle Extrication - Jun 26-27, 2021

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Machinery Rescue Associate Instructor Program

How do I become a Machinery Rescue Associate Instructor?

Students must first complete all three of the RS Rescue NFPA 1006 Vehicle Extrication courses AND the Machinery Rescue Awareness and Operations Level course. Once completed, you can request to be added to the Associate Instructor program. Eligible course dates will be posted to a protected area of the website available only to the exclusive list of Associates.  To which Associate Instructors will request course dates through the website, and will be placed on the course instructor roster in the order the requests are received.  Eligible AI’s will be contacted 3-4 weeks in advance of the request course dates to let them know if they are required or not.  Lunch and all PPE is provided with the exception safety footwear.

Once accepted into the program and selected to participate as an Associate Instructor, you may use the Lead Instructor, John O’Blenis, or any other member of the senior instruction team (with their permission) as a work reference. At this time, you may also place RS Rescue under your volunteer experience of your resume.