Wisconsin's Extrication Vacation training will be held at MATC September 8th -9th.
If you would like to set up a department specific training please reach out to email@example.com, with your department name, contact information and what you are looking to set up. We will work together to get a training set up!
Jefferson Fire & Safety's extrication training courses are led by passionate people who have years of experience, using the tools and techniques they teach. They consistently stay up to date on the latest trends and research in the extrication world and bring all of it to you in these courses.
Our courses cover multiple scenarios from first arriving at a scene through extrication of the patient, and are based on real-world incidents from the field. With hand tools as well as power tools, we focus on working smarter not harder. We want the tools to work better for you. Our team takes the time to explain and discuss why the methods work effectively and efficiently, as well as opportunities for students to ask questions.
Students will leave our extrication courses with knowledge of modern vehicle construction and anatomy, including Electric, Hybrids, and Internal Combustion Engine vehicles. Become a more confident operator, and learn how to make space to ensure the best access to the patient(s), to provide the best possible outcomes.
Join our extrication training, extricate patients easier, safer, and faster.
Tyler Jefferson, President of Jefferson Fire & Safety, has traveled the U.S. teaching extrication techniques as an instructor with the Holmatro Rescue Experience. In addition to being a Holmatro Tool Specialist, Tyler is also a member of the AMR/IMSA Safety Team traveling around the country with the IMSA racing series providing extrication and emergency response to all on track incidents. We are proud to share that he has recently been recruited for the Formula 1 Extrication Safety Team as well. Tyler has vast knowledge in the motorsports world, and plenty of experience with high-speed, heavy-impact accidents. From best practices learned from experience to new methods from the latest research, from car construction to the anatomy of Electric Vehicles, he has the knowledge, experience and drive to bring you the very best in training, gear and equipment.
Mike Huffman is currently serving as a Captain for the Harlem-Roscoe Fire Protection District, as well as their Extrication Team Leader and Training Advisor in his 30 year venture in the fire services industry. Mike has competed in 24 regional, 5 national, and 4 international extrication competitions and has also judged/assessed at numerous regional and North American Rescue Challenges, 1 World Rescue Challenge in Frankfurt, Germany, and 3 NAVRA Nationals. Additionally, he's a field instructor/assessor for NAVRA – (North American Vehicle Rescue Association) and a Certified Instructor - Level 2 for the state of IL as well as an instructor with the FDIC for the last 6 years. Mike is the co-founder of Auto X, a mobile training unit / company that travels throughout the Midwest teaching vehicle extrication techniques. Auto X has developed/implemented/presented many training programs such as the Crunch Time Vehicle Extrication Symposium and Bus Bash, School Bus Rescue and, with the help of PXT, taught a course in Hand to Hand Combat - Vehicle Extrication at FDIC in 2016 and 2017. Additionally, Mike and Auto X presented Not Your Every Day Extrication in 2019, and the Complete Extrication – Routine to Complex in 2021 and 2022.
2022 Extrication Trainings: Wisconsin - July 30th and 31st in Middleton WI, at Jefferson Fire and Safety - Also covered the Bridgehill Fire Blanket Minnesota - September 8th and 9th in St. Paul MN, at the Training Center Specific department training: September 24th 2022- Elkhart Lake Fire Department, May 24th 2023 - Apple Valley Fire Department MN, and many more.