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PNWD Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Jay
23:54
Hi Guys,Jay Radmer Alpental. No Mic No camera. I a bit of a Luddite.
SoDiv NSP
25:57
Hello everyone. Wayne Morgan ADD Southern Division. Thank you for the invite. We look forward to seeing what you all have to share.
Shelley Urben
26:52
Welcome to all of you. Feel free to message me with any questions - Shelley Urben, PNWD Director
Jodie Jeffers
30:15
Let us know your name and where you are from!
Jodie Jeffers
30:43
“Questions?, Comments” Let us know…
shirl
31:00
Gary Cummings Hyak
Kathy
31:14
Kathy Alexander, Santiam Pass, OR
Stewart Bowmer
31:36
Stewart Bowmer 49
Anne & Bob
31:39
Anne Greenwood, Santiam Pass Oregon
Eric Brittingham
31:44
Eric Brittingham PD Mt. Bachelor
Kacy Carlson
31:47
Kacy Carlson, Mt. Ashland
Shelley Urben
32:10
Jack's presentation fits very nicely into the Psychological First Aid that Kacy will be discussing at 7:00 tonight.
Rick
32:24
hello from Lookout Pass
Mary Harwood
32:41
Joe Harwood, Willamette Pass/Oregon Region OET
tedstensland
32:45
Ted Stensland, Mt. Bachelor
Jay
32:55
Hi Ted
Mike Mays
32:58
Michael Mays, Santiam Pass Ski Patrol Oregon
Brett Henyon
33:45
Brett Henyon, Southern Division - NSP Safety Team, patrol at Wintergreen in Virginia
shirl
34:07
Shirley Cummings HYAK--Northwest Region
Dan Bolduc
34:29
Dan Bolduc Santiam Pass
Denise's iPhone
34:55
Denise McLaughlin - Bogus Basin
Mary Lou Legg
36:38
Mary Lou Legg, Southern Division ADD. Home mountain - Snowshoe Mountain, WV.
Kacy Carlson
37:29
Equipment check: ski boots (check your toe condition. Is it all worn down from walking?). Alpine binding DIN testing. Avalanche rescue equipment: transceiver, shovel, and probe (how many of you inspect your any shovel and probe?).
oregonregionnsp@gmail.com
37:32
Andy Bechdolt, Oregon Region Director
Jodie Jeffers
39:57
ramjax@icloud.com that is Jack Ramsey’s EMAIL
Colin Riley
42:23
Colin Riley, Alpental
Joseph Ferraro
44:56
Toboggan waxing, how often do you wax your toboggan?
Jay
45:30
As needed
Tom Byron
45:50
Tom Byron, Southern Division Director. Thanks to Shelley for inviting us, and kudos to all of you for your efforts to broaden the focus on safety concerns.
Anne & Bob
45:57
What do you use to wax?
Shelley Urben
46:12
Welcome to you and your team Tom!
Rick
46:14
Hi Joseph, we at lookout wax our sleds only once at preseason I think it needs to be again at mid season
jameshamilton
47:00
Jim Hamilton PNWD Medical Advisor
Mary Harwood
47:59
Jack, what is your magical solution to get OET candidates out of the back seat?
kmroth
48:04
Kevin Roth - Alpental
Michael James
48:17
Hi everybody
Gerry Gallagher
48:29
Gerry Gallagher - Alpental
Steve Bonham
49:09
Steve Bonham MHSP
Mary Harwood
49:14
At Willamette, we run 100s, 350s and Edges.
G Winterrowd
49:25
Gordy Winterrowd, Mt. Hood
Eric Geisler
49:51
Cascade 100 and 350, and Edge, tail rope is now optional, snowmobile transport both lloaded and empty
mikethissell
50:06
Mike Thissell Mt. Hood SP
Shelley Urben
50:07
Santiam Pass: 100, Edge and 350; yes to tail rope; transport with a tow behind; Toboggans transport behind snowmobile but usually with a carrier on the lift;
Mary Harwood
50:27
Joe Harwood here: Asking about back seat while running toboggan.
Kathy
51:10
Cascade 100 and 350, 1 Edge for training: always tailroper; load lift with sled carrier; tow behind sled for Nordic or lower hill transport w/snomo
Eric Geisler
51:30
training weekly with those who want it. up chairlift with Carrier. now with handles folded - used to be handles out. some toboggans uphill by snowmobile due to location.
Pat Stevens
52:39
Edge. Cascade 100, Cascade 350, Tail Rope is dependent on conditions. Snow Mo transport is not normally used. during operating hours. On snow training each year. Uphill using sled carriers. Lap load at MHM is optional.
Jay
53:19
re: backseat. Single ski falling leaf, Preying Mantis drill
Dan Bolduc
53:23
You discussed running 100's in moguls. I'm an advocate for having as many tools in the box as possible. What are your thoughts about running the 100 outside the handles? A technique that keeps the sled flat in the troughs of the bumps.
Kacy Carlson
53:24
Mt. Ashland: Cascade 100 only. Yes, tail rope on all loaded toboggan. Yes, snowmobile transport of both loaded and unloaded toboggans. Toboggans are transported on chairlift using a Cascade sled carrier on the bowl-wheel side of the lift. This allows the patroller to exit the unloading ramp in the event of a miss-unload without being impinged between the chair and the bowl-wheel tower.
Pat Stevens
53:38
It is Joel, not Pat Stevens. Wyeast RD
Jay
54:47
No reason to run outside handles.
Joseph Ferraro
54:48
49n tail ropers as needed, Mt Spokane tail ropers required
Joe Harwood
55:58
Go Dan Bolduc! You must be from Maine!
Dan Bolduc
56:29
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Kacy Carlson
56:32
There are a few of us at Mt. Ashland that run outside the handles on special occasions. But we don’t teach it.
Jay
56:45
Outside in Moguls? Terrible Idea! We proved that at Powerfall years ago!
Jay
57:50
Powderfall
Kacy Carlson
58:04
2K ways to do the dishes…
Eric Geisler
58:16
I also feel that running outside the handles provides less opportunity to put pressure on the chain brake suddenly and requires muscle strength rather than finesse to control the sled.. mnot a winner in my view after 56 years of sled training
Eric Geisler
01:00:58
McCall Idaho Brundage Mtn Resort and Payette Lakes Ski Patrol.
JUSTIN BANNING
01:02:04
mt.spokane patrol and region snowboard advisor
Jay
01:10:27
👍
Jack Ramsey
01:16:07
Athletic / Power StanceFalling Leaf1000 stepsStand on 1 skiStraight Run SteppingSkating across the flatsForward platformStriaght Run HoppingHockey StopsStanding Stretch with one ski forwardStriaght run leaning forward and backHop TurnsKick TurnSki w/Tray or Ski Poles Held in FrontSkiing with no polesPreying MantisDolphin360 Spins
Jack Ramsey
01:17:50
This is a list of drills that can be used to improve skier balance. If you look them up on YouTube you can get an idea of what they are and how to do them.
Shelley Urben
01:18:10
Thanks Jack, very helpful
Jodie Jeffers
01:18:28
Kacy’s Email is kacywcarlson@gmail.com
Jay
01:20:16
So someone (everyone) is bothered by a fatality. What support does th epatrol provide? How is this implemented?
Shelley Urben
01:22:23
Jay - you can find some information on the PNWD website - the workshops that Kacy did this fall and winter. I believe we plan to do another beginning PFA workshop this spring.
Jack Ramsey
01:22:32
Of the above list you only need a couple. Make sure you can demonstrate them well before attempting to do so.
Pat Stevens
01:24:47
What is a wave off?
Tom Byron
01:25:23
Some patrols use "clear visually" for wave-off
Michael James
01:25:54
Good ideas…
Rick
01:27:56
we don't have a super sweep but we have a paid patroller on a snowmo for quick reaction incidents
Eric Brittingham
01:29:21
Mt. Bachelor has established sweep procedures for every sweep including wave offs, radio calls, a safety left at the top most position.
Pat Stevens
01:30:23
Super Sweep for is more to provide transport if we find a case during Sweep. Of course it is also available for Patrollers.
Tom Byron
01:30:37
Ceremonies can include a group/team meeting at the end of the shift to recap how the new process worked.
Dan Bolduc
01:34:07
Has anyone else lost audio?
oregonregionnsp@gmail.com
01:34:13
No
Shelley Urben
01:34:20
No,
Eric Brittingham
01:34:33
no
Rick
01:35:02
next season we will be in the unique position of having a new peak we will have to sweep. looking at the runs we will have wave offs there
Shelley Urben
01:35:36
Good plan Rick. What mtn are you at again?
Rick
01:36:02
lookout pass come play ;)
Shelley Urben
01:36:19
Yes, need to do that
Jodie Jeffers
01:39:40
To the Southern Division (E.T.) and all, we are running over but know in the next week the recording will be up if interested. QA is coming up shortly
Jack Ramsey
01:39:41
Change is hard. Small steps that are fun or at least interesting. If it’s not fun or at least interesting change is even harder.
oregonregionnsp@gmail.com
01:40:28
"We've always done it that way"... the surest way to wreck an organization.
Brett Henyon
01:44:36
This was great, thank you for the invite. Valuable information. I agree - getting this change will take some time. Regarding CISM/CISD - many of our areas have access to teams to assist with defusing and debriefings.
Shelley Urben
01:44:53
Thanks for joining us Brett.
Shelley Urben
01:46:08
And a reminder PFA is a bit different from the Critical Incident Stress Model
Rick
01:46:13
how many management teams offer mental support
Eric Brittingham
01:48:27
Local Fire Departments or local hospitals almost always have mental health counselors.
kmroth
01:49:41
Need to drop, thanks all for putting this together!
Shelley Urben
01:49:45
Yes, PFA is more about patroller support and awareness with the ability to reach out for additional resources as needed.
Shelley Urben
01:50:17
Thanks to all for attending. If you need to drop off, we will have the recording posted to our website within the week.
Joe Harwood
01:51:01
Thanks Jack and Kacy!
Anne & Bob
01:51:12
Thank-you for a great session Jack and Kacy
Shelley Urben
01:51:42
Yes, very nice job Kacy and Jack!
Kathy
01:51:51
Thanks Jack & Kacy
oregonregionnsp@gmail.com
01:52:36
Thanks Jack and Kacy! Really well done.
Steve Bonham
01:52:37
thank you all. was very good info
Mary Lou Legg
01:57:18
Great presentations Jack and Kacy! I work primarily in Emergency Response and Public Health for the Virginia Dept. of Health. We encourage all of our volunteers for the state to go through PFA training. For their own good as well as to help the public during a disaster. I find it the most beneficial training they can have.
Eric Brittingham
01:58:06
Thank you all for great topics of discussion. Thanks Kacy and Jack. Good job tonight. Got to go.
mikethissell
01:58:50
Thank you facilitators. Best wishes all!
G Winterrowd
02:00:59
Jack, Kacy, Jodie, Shelley, & Kathy very well done
Joseph Ferraro
02:01:16
Jack and Kacy, Jodie and Shelley Thanks!! Joseph.