First Responder Advanced Electric Drive Vehicles Trainer

For a country's society to fully accept electric vehicles, the country's emergency services in particular must also be fully involved and optimally trained so that they can meet the new challenge with professionalism and routine. This trainer has been developed with a unique training concept for first responders. The learning bundle contains perfectly tailored hardware that can be used to acquire important skills for a real rescue mission.

The accompanying eLearning course supports the hardware and provides all the necessary information about rescue cards, dealing with burning HV batteries, methods for shutting down the HV system, damaged cars and much more!

Perfectly rounding off this package are the integrated accident scenarios. For example, a HV battery that is heating up can be simulated, which the rescue forces can capture with a thermal camera and thus optimally assess the situation in order to initiate appropriate countermeasures immediately.

Competence Transfer:

Responders will acquire the following competencies:

  • Identify hybrid and electric vehicles upon reaching the scene of an accident.
  • Identifying HV components in the HV vehicle involved in the accident
  • Understanding the real-world hazard potential of HV vehicles (respect, but don't fear!)
  • Hazard assessment before beginning recovery
  • Procedures for rescuing people from HV vehicles
  • Application of personal protective measures against electric body flow
  • Securing the vehicle key/shutting off the vehicle electrical system
  • Use of rescue cards
  • Setting up a rescue card database and preparing it for rapid deployment
  • Safe and fast shutdown of the HV system
  • Evaluation of the hazard potential of an HV battery (in use)
  • Special features of securing the accident site
  • First aid measures
  • Procedure for damaged HV vehicles
  • Hazard assessment before transporting a damaged HV vehicle
  • Correct transport of damaged HV vehicles
Training Concepts:
  • Types of electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Identification of hybrid and electric vehicles
  • Identification of HV components in the vehicle
  • Main differences between hybrid and electric vehicles
  • Hazards associated with HV systems
  • Hazards due to damaged HV components
  • Hazards associated with damaged HV vehicles
  • Safety precautions before starting recovery operations
  • Hazards associated with handling HV batteries
  • Typical location and arrangement of HV components
  • HV disconnect devices
  • LV disconnecting devices
  • Special NV disconnect devices for rescue workers.
  • Identifying the READY state of the vehicle
  • Storage of damaged electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Safe approach to an electric or hybrid vehicle
  • Vulnerable groups in incidents involving electric/hybrid vehicles
  • Assessing the extent of HV vehicle damage
  • Use of rescue cards
  • Access to additional support/information gathering
  • First aid in the event of electrocution
  • Protection methods for rescuing people and others
  • Damaged HV vehicles
  • Safe transport and storage of an electric or hybrid vehicle
Product: First Responder Advanced Electric Drive Vehicles Trainer
Product Code: CO3221-6Z

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