Do YOUR firefighters know how to successfully extricate a victim from unusual situations?
The Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum and Education Center will be hosting the highly acclaimed "Man-vs-Machine" hands-on training class presented by PL Vulcan Fire Training Concepts LLC on Saturday, May 16th 2020. Designed for firefighters of all experience levels, this course will provide hands-on training on various methods to disentangle victims from a variety of unique and unusual situations. Evolutions progress from basic techniques (ring removal) to more complex including auger/press entrapments, impalements on fencing, victims under vehicles and hands stuck in machinery. Tips and "tricks of the trade" learned through real world experiences will be shared with students to further enhance their knowledge and skills set to deal with these "outside-the-box" incidents. Students will have ample hands-on practice time
at various skills stations (cutting/impalement/lifting, etc.) throughout the class sessions.
When: Saturday, May 16th 2020 - choice of two four hour sessions (8 AM or 12:30 PM)
Where: Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum and Education Center
4 Courthouse Drive, Central Islip, NY 11722 (FREE on-site parking)
(across from LI Ducks baseball stadium, use "Bethpage Ballpark" for GPS)
40 spots total per session, limited to 5 members total per department (not per session), remaining seats available after 4/17 deadline will be filled on a first come-first serve basis based on the department's initial registration date
Registration fee: $75.00 per person (vouchers accepted)
Pre-registration/payment deadline: Friday, April 17th
*Due to insurance regulations, you MUST be registered through your department to attend*
*Every paid registration is entered to win a fully stocked basic "Man-vs-Machine" tool kit
(a $600 value), additional raffles can be purchased day of class to increase odds of winning *
**A portion of the proceeds will benefit our non-profit museum's daily operations/special
Forward registration form/payment to email@example.com or mail to Islip Town Firefighters Museum, Attn: Man-vs-Machine, PO Box 674, Sayville, NY 11782
Questions? Contact Tom Rinelli, Museum Historian
631-721-8129 (phone/text daily until 22:00) ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Gregory has over 30 years of firefighting experience currently serving as the Captain of FDNY Ladder 176 in the Borough of Brooklyn. Captain Gregory instructs for both the FDNY and Suffolk County Fire Academies, has been published several times and is the Lead Instructor for
FDIC’s HOT Program “Man vs. Machinery” which is taught by PL Vulcan Fire Training Concepts LLC.