What you'll learn.

The Provincial Fire and Safety Auto Extrication course involves hands-on practical training and addresses scene safety, evaluation, and management. The students will gain hands-on experience using various methods to stabilize vehicles. The training includes challenging scenarios where all participating students must work together as a team. 

This program familiarizes the student with accident scene management, air bag technology, vehicle construction and design and alternative fuel vehicles. Upon completion of this course the participant will possess the ability to recognize applicable hazards, effectively use appropriate tools and equipment, and be able to demonstrate techniques necessary to support and participate in vehicle extrication safely and effectively.


This training program meets and exceeds NFPA 1001 Vehicle Extrication training standard.  All students that successfully complete the program will receive a certificate of achievement from Provincial Fire and Safety Training Ltd.  NFPA 1006 Standard for Technical Rescue Personnel Professional certification is available as well for individuals seeking verification that their technical rescue skills meet minimum job performance requirements as defined by the NFPA, for the purposes of instructing or professional consulting. Upon completion of a formal skill evaluation by a certified College of the Rockies evaluator, the candidate is considered a rescue technician. Provincial Fire and Safety can host skill evaluations against the NFPA 1006 Standard through the College of the Rockies. 

What you'll need.

Participants must bring their own approved helmet, fire boots or leather safety boots, eye protection, gloves, coveralls, or turnout gear for the training sessions.  

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