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  • 1. Advanced & Basic Methodologies R e s c u e
  • 2.  
  • 3. Water Rescue
  • 4. Rescue workers search for survivors and bodies amongst the rubble
  • 5. A firefighter screams in pain during his rescue
  • 6. Rescue Helicopter
  • 7. Fire Fighter / Rescuer
  • 8. Rescue from Height
  • 9. Rescue from Height Leaning Ladder
  • 10. Rescue from Height
  • 11.  
  • 12. Dogs Help Rescue
  • 13.  
  • 14. Rescue Team
  • 15. Rescue Team
    • Normally 4-11 Members
    • Specialized Equipment Operators
    • Technicians
    • Plumbers
    • Electricians
    • Welders
    • Helpers
  • 16. Rescue 1122
  • 17. Rescue 1122 2.10
  • 18. Shelters
  • 19. Rescue Tools Pneumatic Rescue Tools
  • 20. Hand Tool Rescue Kit
  • 21. Knives / Saws / Cutters
  • 22. Power Saw
  • 23.
    • Advanced Rescue Tools produces a very powerful Standard Ram extrication
    • Tool and can be used in two ways:
    • In-line to push or pull, as would be required in a dashboard lift.
    • With the Stroke Multiplier to pull perpendicular to the chains, as would be required to perform a dashboard roll or a steering column pull.
    • The Advanced Rescue Tools Standard Ram extrication tool can also be used
    • with the Stroke Multiplier to pull perpendicular to the chains, as would be
    • required to perform a dashboard roll or a steering column pull .
  • 24. Tripod Rescue
  • 25.  
  • 26. Rescue By Stages
    • Reconnaissance and dealing with surface casualties
    • Searching Slightly damaged building and immediate rescue
    • Exploration of likely survival points
    • Further exploration and selected debris removal
    • General debris clearance
    • Calling and listening period
    Calling and listening period
  • 27. Making a shaft without upsetting the debirs
  • 28. Making a tunnel into basement
  • 29. Making a ramp into basement
  • 30. Lifting and carrying of debris bins
  • 31. Debris Removal by Human Chain
  • 32. Human Chain
  • 33. Lowering the Casualty with Blanketing & Lashing on the Stretcher
  • 34.  
  • 35. Rescue from Height
  • 36. Rescue from Height
  • 37. Precautions
    • Always wear a safety helmet
    • Be alert of flammable gas smell
    • Don’t strike matches / use lighters
    • Avoid touching loose electric wires
    • Always walk close to walls
  • 38.
    • To prevent void collapse keep off wreckage as much as possible
    • Do not pull timber / polls out of wreckage indiscriminately
    • Don’t enter dangerous places without informing the companions
    • Observe precautions and use PPEs in contaminated areas
    Precautions
  • 39. Means of Escape
    • An integral part of the building
    • whereby persons can escape from fire
    • to a place of safety
  • 40. 10 Plus Story Buildings on/off I.I. Chundrigar Road 1 Gul Tower 1 Al-Rahim Tower 1 Chapal Plaza 1 Muhammadi House 1 Uni Tower 2 Uni Centre 1 Uni Plaza 2 Habib Plaza Staircases Building
  • 41.
    • Signs
    • Directional Signs
    • Illumination / Lighting
    Means of Escape SIGNS & LIGHTING
  • 42. Dial 16 for Fire Brigade from a neighbours house
  • 43. Practice Home Escape Plans
  • 44.
    • Use stairways in multi story buildings
    • Never use lift during fire emergencies
  • 45. Crawl low in smoke
  • 46.
    • Designate an Assembly Area
    • and practice head count during the drill
  • 47. When it is safer to stay in your home?
    • If your escape route is blocked, it may be safer to stay and protect yourself until the fire brigade arrives
  • 48. If your escape route is blocked
    • If you can’t open the window – break the glass in the bottom corner
    • Make jagged edges safe with a towel or blanket
  • 49.
    • If you’re on the ground or first floor, go out of a window. Use bedding to cushion your fall
    If your escape route is blocked
  • 50.
    • Lower your self.
    • Don’t jump!
    If your escape route is blocked
  • 51. If your escape route is blocked
    • Get every one into the room and close the door. Smoke and fumes can kill people quickly.
    • Put bedding round the door to block smoke.
  • 52. If your escape route is blocked Open the window and call for help
  • 53. If your clothes catch fire
  • 54.
    • Keep doors closed at night
    • This will help delay the spread of fire and smoke
    Before you go to bed each night
  • 55.  
  • 56.  
  • 57.
    • Are fire and
    • smoke doors
    • kept closed
    • whenever possible
    • and always after
    • working hours?
  • 58. Casualty Handling & Transportation Techniques
  • 59. Human Crutch Walking aid for a weak casualty & For a casualty having leg injury
  • 60. Fireman’s Lift
  • 61. Pick A Back
  • 62. Cradle
  • 63. Removal Down Stairs / Dragging
  • 64. Fireman’s Crawl
  • 65. Fore & Aft Carry
  • 66. Two Handed Seat To carry an unconscious casualty
  • 67. Three Handed Seat To carry a casualty with one leg injured
  • 68. Four Handed Seat
  • 69. Use of chair
  • 70. Preparing the Stretcher
  • 71. Improvised Stretchers
    • Use of door and other planks
  • 72. Orthopaedic Stretcher This scoop stretcher is used to lift the casualty who must be moved in the position he/she is found Not to carry the casualty
  • 73. Blanket Lift To lift the Casualty from ground & To load the casualty on stretcher
  • 74. Lifting & Carrying the Stretcher
  • 75. Improvised Stretchers Use of door and other planks
  • 76. Improvised Stretchers Use of blanket
  • 77. Fire Protection Association of Pakistan AS-4, Row # 9, Block-A, NCEHS, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Block 10-A, Off Rashid Minhas Road, Opp: Aladin Park, Karachi [email_address] www.fpap.org.pk
  • 78. To save our people and property from the ferocity of ruthless fires Join Hands