Tag Archives: Electric Vehicle Safety Training

Train the Trainer Vehicle Extrication Denver – Ron Moore & Brock Archer

Brock Archer is one of the few guys out there with a vehicle extrication train the trainer course. His course has been fined tuned and is a 4 day Train the Trainer that fully prepares participants to teach the latest in Vehicle Extrication. This course is in Denver and Ron Moore is also teaching a full day in the classroom bringing the knowledge he continues to grow because of his work with the NFPA, American Iron and Steel Institute, and automakers globally.

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Chevrolet Volt catches fire weeks after crash, feds probe.

The headline that started making the rounds thru the news networks was "Chevrolet Volt catches fire after crash". What you have to read into the story is the Chevrolet Volt caught fire in storage more than three weeks after a government crash test. That's right three weeks after the test. The first news report I heard completely left out that it happened three weeks after the test.

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Mitsubishi i-MiEV (Mitsubishi innovative Electric Vehicle)

MiEV is an acronym for Mitsubishi innovative Electric Vehicle and it is a five-door hatchback electric car and is the electric version of the Mitsubishi i. There is not an Emergency Response Guide (ERG) for the North America version yet because the 2012 model is the first year sold in the United States. The information below is taken from the European market, well the Germany ERG for the 2011 Mitsubishi MiEV. The US version will have some changes, but expect most of the vehicle to remain unchanged.

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The Final Stop on the Chevrolet Volt Training

First off, my hat off the fine folks at GM, OnStar, and The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) for setting up and implementing a nationwide training program of First Responders on the new technologies in the Chevrolet Volt. This week is the final stop on a nationwide tour where more than 1,600 fire and emergency service leaders have been trained.

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