Cribbing & Lifting

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Cribbing & Lifting by Mind Map: Cribbing & Lifting

1. PPE Requirements

1.1. Shoes/Boots (not open-faced)

1.2. Knee Guards (optional)

1.3. Gloves

1.4. Goggles

1.5. Hard Hat

1.6. FlashLight with fresh batteries

2. Safety

2.1. PPE

2.2. No bodypart between object and ground

2.3. Hand placement on prybar

3. Roles

3.1. Medical (1)

3.1.1. Working on Victim

3.2. Safety (1)

3.2.1. Ensures Safety (nothing unsafe)

3.3. Leader (1)

3.3.1. Coordinates the exercise and timing

3.4. Boxer (2)

3.4.1. Fills the void between object and ground

3.5. Lifter (2)

3.5.1. Lifts the object

3.6. Collector (2)

3.6.1. Provides cribbing to boxer and lifter

3.7. Communications (1)

3.7.1. Communicates to IC/Medical

4. Communications

4.1. Ham Shadow for Paul Garth (1)

4.2. Ham Shadow for Coaches (5)

5. Physics

5.1. Materials (Treated Pine, Yellow Pine, etc)

5.1.1. 2 by 4

5.1.2. 4 by 4

5.1.3. Wedge

5.2. Prybar

5.2.1. Iron Bar

5.2.2. 5 foot long

5.3. Box Design

5.3.1. 2 - 4 by 4 vertically

5.3.2. 2 - 4 by 4 horizontally on top

5.4. Strategy

5.4.1. Boxer each side of victim

5.4.2. Lifter inbetween victim and boxer

5.4.3. If length of wood is 2', then max height 4'

5.4.4. Prybar on 45 degree angle on fulcrum

5.4.5. Lift about 4-5" (prybar level)

5.5. Lifting Abilities

5.5.1. First Class Lever

5.5.2. Fulcrum (Box)

5.5.3. Force (PryBar)

5.5.4. Load (Object)

5.5.5. Distance between Load and Fulcrum

5.5.6. Sharing load between two lifters

5.5.7. 5:1 lifting capability

5.5.8. 4 by 4 = load of 24,000lbs

6. Procedures

6.1. Survey Scene (360)

6.1.1. How many victims

6.1.2. Other hazards

6.2. Size-up Situation & Decide

6.2.1. Victim relative to object

6.3. Medical

6.4. Everyone into Position

6.5. Box

6.6. Lift

6.6.1. Only up, never down (use wedge)

6.7. Extricate

6.8. Request Stretcher Team for victim carry (Medical)

6.8.1. Check tag # to cross-reference with hospital

6.9. Setup for next

7. Management Team

7.1. Cribbing & Lifting Coach (5)

7.2. Cribbing & Lifting Supervisor (Paul Garth)

8. Practice

8.1. Maneuvering wood pieces

8.1.1. 4 by 4 (1)

8.1.2. 2 by 4 (3)

8.1.3. Chalk Mark

8.2. Box Designs

8.3. Box Placement

8.4. Bar Placement

9. Disclaimer

9.1. Ths material NOT a replacement for Professional instruction

9.2. Take a CERT Class

9.3. Safety is #1

9.4. This information is introductory for terminology and an overview