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									                                ORTING VALLEY
                                FIRE & RESCUE
                                    Training Division
                                     P.O. Box 1779 Orting, WA 98360
                               Phone: (360)-893-2221 Fax (360)-893-8524
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Date: 5/12/09

PREPARATION
Teacher: Shift Officer

Topic: RIT Operations

Course Description: Upon completion of this drill, the student shall be able to
perform the functions as a member of a rapid intervention team.

Materials and Equipment:
Lesson plan
Power Point
Computer with LCD Projector
Pony Walls
Wall prop with Denver Drill attachment
PPE with SCBA
Forcible entry tools
Portable radios
RIT bag

Prerequisites: Basic Firefighter Academy

Textbooks/References:
Rapid Intervention Teams, 1st Ed.
Pierce County Tactical Operations Manual #354: Rapid Intervention Team

Instructional Objectives: In this lesson, the student shall:
   1. Recall legislation behind the 2 in 2 out rule
   2. Describe the definitions associate with RIT
   3. Describe department and county policies
   4. List the obligations of RIT
   5. Show the types of equipment required for a RIT
   6. Describe the obligations of the I/C during a RIT activation
   7. Recall the obligations of the ISO during a RIT activation
   8. Describe the parts of the A.W.A.R.E. acronym
   9. Demonstrate activation of RIT to locate a downed firefighter
   10. Perform a firefighter rescue using the Denver Prop
PRESENTATION
Lesson Outline with Major Points/Explanation Information
Objectives #1-8 are addressed in the Rapid Intervention Team Operations
PowerPoint presentation.

Objective #9: Demonstrate activation of RIT to located a downed firefighter
See Performance Skills Evaluation Sheet

Objective #10: Perform a firefighter rescue using the Denver Prop
Instructor‟s note: You can also look at “Denver drill” videos on YouTube.
Steps  in the process:
   1.   Drag firefighter so that head is at the wall below the window.
   2.   Position firefighter face-up with head towards window.
   3.   One rescuer gets between firefighter and window.
   4.   Raise firefighter to a standing position facing away from window and held up
        by second rescuer.
   5. Firefighter victim is moved to within 4‟ of the window.
   6. First rescuer against window drops down below window with knees drawn up to
        create a „ramp‟.
   7. Second rescuer lowers firefighter so that his/ her butt is on the first
        rescuers knees.
   8. Second rescuer positions themselves so that the legs of the firefighter are on
        both shoulders.
   9. While the first rescuer pushes the firefighter up, the second rescuer pushes
        the firefighter to the windowsill.
   10. A third rescuer (and a fourth, if available) positioned outside the window grabs
        the firefighter by the shoulder straps and pulls the firefighter out of the
        window.
   11. The first two rescuers then exit the window.

APPLICATION
See evaluation

EVALUATION
  1. Demonstrate locating and removing a downed firefighter
  2. Remove a downed firefighter from a window using the Denver prop
                                         Orting Valley
                                         Fire & Rescue
                                        RIT Operations
                                 Performance Skills Evaluation
                                                              Name: ___________________
Note: all steps are required for passing
Station #1: Locating and removing a downed firefighter
Conditions: Two firefighters, while in full PPE with SCBA and blacked out masks, will
locate a downed firefighter and remove them from the structure.

Step                                                Attempt 1    Attempt 2 Attempt 3
1. Don PPE Properly                                 Yes No       Yes No Yes No
2. Uses a hoseline or guideline                     Yes No       Yes No Yes No
3. Locates firefighter using proper
   search techniques                                Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
4. Communicates to command that the
   downed firefighter has been located              Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
   5. Hooks up RIT bag to SCBA                      Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
6. Removes firefighter using
   approved techniques                              Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No

Station #2: Denver Drill
Conditions: Three firefighters, while in full PPE with SCBA, will move a firefighter
through a window using the wall prop with Denver drill attachment.

Step                                                Attempt 1    Attempt 2    Attempt 3
1. Victim is properly positioned
   beneath window, face up                          Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
2. Rescue team practices good
   internal communications                          Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
3. Rescuers properly position themselves            Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
4. Victim is raised into position
   and facing away from window                      Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
5. Rescuer next to window drops into
   position with knees forming a ramp               Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
6. Victim is lowered so that they are
   ‘sitting’ onto first rescuers knees              Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
7. Second rescuer places victims
   legs over rescuers shoulders                     Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
8. First rescuer lifts victim                       Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
9. Second rescuer pushes                            Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes      No
10. Third rescuer grabs victim by
     SCBA shoulder straps and pulls
     victim out the window                          Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes No
11. First two rescuers exit out the window          Yes   No     Yes   No     Yes No

______________________       _________       ______________________       _________
Firefighter’s signature      Date            Evaluator’s signature        Date

								
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