Fire and emergency management/Airport Rescue Fire Fighter/Rescue

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Terminal Objective Gain access into and out of an aircraft through normal entry points and emergency hatches, shut down and safety the aircraft, and assist in the evacuation process while operating as a member of a team, given PrPPE and an assignment, so that passenger evacuation and rescue can be accomplished. (A) Requisite Knowledge. Aircraft familiarization, including materials used in construction, aircraft terminology, automatic explosive devices, hazardous areas in and around aircraft, aircraft egress/ingress (hatches, doors, and evacuation chutes), military aircraft systems and associated hazards; capabilities and limitations of manual and power rescue tools and specialized high-reach devices, aircraft shutdown and safetying procedures.

Enabling Objectives Operate power saws and cutting tools, hydraulic devices, pneumatic devices, and pulling devices; operate specialized ladders and high-reach devices; secure aircraft safety and shutdown.

Terminal Objective Locate and disentangle an entrapped victim from an aircraft as a member of a team, given PrPPE, a team and an assignment, and rescue tools, so that the victim is freed from entrapment without undue further injury and hazards are managed. (A) Requisite Knowledge. Capabilities and limitations of rescue tools, search procedures, hazard identification, and control methods.

Enabling Objectives Perform search procedures, control hazards, remove victims, and operate rescue tools.

Terminal Objective Implement initial triage of the victims of an aircraft accident, given PrPPE, an assignment, and the triage protocol of the AHJ, so that each victim is evaluated and correctly categorized according to protocol. (A) Requisite Knowledge. Categories of triage according to the triage protocol of the AHJ, and methods of assessment.

Enabling Objectives Assess the critical factors of patient condition, and label patient for triage category.