The Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum and Education Center will be hosting a fundraiser Man-vs-Machine training on Friday May 13th (lecture) and Saturday
May 14th (HOT) presented by P.L. Vulcan Fire Training Concepts.
This highly interactive training class will present students with methods used to
disentangle victims from a variety of situations. Friday 5/13 (evening) will feature
the lecture portion of the class while Saturday will feature a four hour hands-on training (HOT) session (choice of 8 AM or 12:30 PM start time). Evolutions
progress in complexity from basic ring removal techniques to auger
entrapments, impalements (fencing/inside vehicles), persons trapped under
vehicles as well as other "tips & tricks" learned from real world experiences.
Cost for this fundraiser training class (lecture & HOT) is $125.00 per person (vouchers accepted) with a portion of the proceeds supporting the mission
of the Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum and Education Center.
A maximum of 10 members per dept. (not per session) is permitted,
HOT sessions are limited to a total of 40 participants each.
**Pre-registration is required by no later than April 15th**
(Our 2021 HOT class sold out in record time so don't delay registering!)
Complete details including registration form and policies are
provided on the attached flier available for download.
For any questions/concerns, contact Museum Historian Tom Rinelli
(631) 721-8129 (call/text daily until 10 PM) firstname.lastname@example.org