Training From The Streets: Hand Tool Windshield Removal

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    • SpprtAssoc
    • December 25, 2012

    Well done guys!!! Keep up the great work and stay safe!!

    • FDCamHD
    • December 25, 2012

    It does create a bit of dust. But so do most of the alternatives I’ve used. An O2 mask (non-rebreather) would help some with decreasing the patient’s exposure. But often, when we are doing this kind of stuff, glass dust is the least of their worries. I’ll see if Scott has any ideas and get back to you in a bit. I’m sure many of our subscribers will also have some good takes on this.

    • bferr1
    • December 25, 2012

    no question this is the fastest way to do it… question it makes the cleanest cut….
    just wondering if u guys find the sawzall makes a lot of glass dust. I guess what im saying is for inhalation to us or the pt.??? Normally not a big deal outside but vehicles are a small space. I like this method, my boss doesn’t. Were currently looking for something different. I’ve seen pretty much most of the methods and am not a fan of wigets to solve problems. Any ideas you guys got over there??

    • MrOndrejB
    • December 25, 2012

    Best helmet ever.

    • FDCamHD
    • December 25, 2012

    I agree. Techniques and preferences will vary from station to station, dept to dept. At my house, we have a ladder, so my engine has almost no powered rescue gear. When the ladder gets on scene, one guy fires up the cutters and another goes to work with the sawzall. While they’re doing that, we take out the windshield with an axe. If the sawzall guy gets through the posts early, he comes and assists with finishing off the windshield.

    • FDCamHD
    • December 25, 2012

    Yeah, they’re Ben 2’s

    • ntfd125
    • December 25, 2012

    I always like to bring a spare battery pack for the saw. You guys were close enough to just run and get it though.

    • WiseguyBrowne
    • December 25, 2012

    Nice job guys! Keep up the good work!

    • TheAce22716
    • December 25, 2012

    Well done.

    • FDCamHD
    • December 25, 2012

    Absolutely! Your Dept. will give you a huge tool box, but don’t neglect the simple handtools when called for. There’s a reason the pick head axe is still carried on the truck!
    Good luck out there!

    • MrOndrejB
    • December 25, 2012

    What Helmet is he using? Morning Pride Ben II?

    • legovideogamer
    • December 25, 2012

    this is something to remember when i finally get out of school and the academy for the real thing! 😀

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