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1006 – Trench Rescue Level 2

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March 1, 2020
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March 3, 2020

To specify minimum job requirements for service as a rescuer in an emergency response organization.

To produce firefighters who meet the requirements of NFPA 1006.

Standard establishes the minimum job performance requirements necessary for fire service and other emergency response personnel who perform technical rescue operations.

2.1* Support an intersecting trench as a member of a team, given size-up information and an action plan, a trench tool kit, and an assignment, so that strategies to minimize the further movement of soil are implemented effectively; trench walls, lip, and spoil pile are monitored continuously; rescue entry team(s) in the trench remains in a safe zone; any slough-in and wall shears are mitigated; emergency procedures and warning systems are established and understood by participating personnel; incident-specific personal protective equipment is utilized; physical hazards are identified and managed; victim protection is maximized; victim extrication methods are considered; and a rapid intervention team is staged.

 

  • Requisite Knowledge. Shoring and shielding, tabulated data, strategies and tactics, types of intersecting trenches and techniques to stabilize, protocols on making the general area safe, criteria for safe zones in the trench, types of collapses and techniques to stabilize, emergency procedures, selection of personal protective equipment, and consideration of selected stabilization tactics on extrication and victim safety.

 

  • Requisite Skills. The ability to interpret tabulated data information and tables, place shoring and shielding systems, identify type of intersecting trench, use trench rescue protocols, select types of collapse and methods to stabilize, identify hazards in a trench, use personal protective equipment, and anticipate extrication logistics.

 

2.2* Install supplemental sheeting and shoring for each 2 ft (0.61 m) of depth dug below an existing approved shoring system, given size-up information, an action plan, and a trench tool kit, so that the movement of soil is minimized effectively, initial trench support strategies are facilitated, rescue entry team safe zones are maintained, excavation of entrapping soil is continued, victim protection is maximized, victim extrication methods are considered, and a rapid intervention team is staged.

 

  • Requisite Knowledge. Shoring and shielding, tabulated data, strategies and tactics, methods and techniques to install supplemental sheeting and shoring, protocols on making the general area safe, criteria for safe zones in the trench, types of collapses and techniques to stabilize, emergency procedures, selection of personal protective equipment, and consideration of selected stabilization tactics on extrication and victim safety.

 

  • Requisite Skills. The ability to interpret tabulated data information and tables, place shoring and shielding systems, identify supplemental sheeting and shoring, use all trench rescue protocols, identify types of collapse and methods to stabilize, identify exposure to hazards within the trench relative to existing safe zones, select and use personal protective equipment, and anticipate extrication logistics.

 

 

2.3* Construct load stabilization systems, given an assignment, personal protective equipment, and a trench tool kit, so that the stabilization system will support the load safely, the system is stable, and the assignment is completed.

 

  • Requisite Knowledge. Different types of stabilization systems and their construction methods, limitations of the system, load calculations, principles of and applications for stabilization systems, and safety considerations.

 

  • Requisite Skills. The ability to select and construct stabilization systems, evaluate structural integrity of the system, determine stability, and calculate loads.

 

2.4* Lift a load, given a trench tool kit, so that the load is lifted the required distance to gain access; settling or dropping of the load is prevented; control and stabilization are maintained before, during, and after the lift; and operational objectives are attained.

 

  • Requisite Knowledge. Applications of levers; classes of levers; principles of leverage, gravity, and load balance; resistance force; mechanics and types of load stabilization; mechanics of load lifting; application of pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical, and manual lifting tools; how to calculate the weight of the load; and safety protocols.

 

  • Requisite Skills. The ability to evaluate and estimate the weight of the load, the correct operations of the tools, operation of a lever, and application of load stabilization systems.

 

2.5*Coordinate the use of heavy equipment, given personal protective equipment, means of communication, equipment and operator, and an assignment, so that operator capabilities and limitations for task are evaluated, common communications are maintained, equipment usage supports the operational objectives, and hazards are avoided.

 

  • Requisite Knowledge. Types of heavy equipment, capabilities, application and hazards of heavy equipment and rigging, operator training, types of communication, and methods to establish communications.

 

  • Requisite Skills. The ability to use hand signals, use radio equipment, recognize hazards, assess operator for skill and calm demeanor, assess heavy equipment for precision of movement andmaintenance,monitorrescuerandvictimsafety,andusepersonalprotectiveequipment.

 

2.6* Release a victim from entrapment by components of a collapsed trench, given personal protective equipment, a trench rescue tool kit, and specialized equipment, so that hazards to rescue personnel and victims are minimized, considerations are given to crush syndrome and other injuries, techniques are used to enhance patient survivability, tasks are accomplished within projected time frames, and techniques do not compromise the integrity of the existing trench shoring system.

 

  • Requisite Knowledge. Identification, utilization, and required care of personal equipment; general hazards associated with each type of trench collapse; methods of evaluating shoring systems and trench

 

 

wall stability; crush syndrome protocols; identification of collapse characteristics; causes and associated effects of trench collapse; potential signs of subsequent collapse; selection and application of rescue tools and resources; risk–benefit assessment techniques for extrication methods; and time restraints.

 

  • Requisite Skills. The ability to select, use, and care for personal protective equipment; operate rescue tools and stabilization systems; identify crush syndrome clinical settings; and complete risk–benefit assessments for selected methods of rescue and time restraints.

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