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PNWD Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathy
17:00
Kathy Alexander, Santiam Pass Ski Patrol
cmeador
17:19
Corey Meador from the Pro Division here. I patrol, and I'm the Risk & Safety Coordinator for Crystal Mountain
Keith Schultz
17:20
Keith Schultz - Mount Spokane Ski Patrol
Jodie Jeffers
17:27
Welcome!!! Please enter your patrol/region and if you are not from PNWD let us know…..
shirl
17:52
Shirley Cummings Hyak
Jodie Jeffers
18:34
Welcome @Cmeador. Corey!!
Robert Hutchins
18:50
Robert Hutchins, Bluewood Ski Patrol Director, Dayton WA.
Al Klascius
19:00
Al Klascius. Mt Bachelor NSP
tedstensland
19:23
Ted Stensland, Mt Bachelor NSP
Kathy
19:35
2 weeks ago at Santiam Pass
Kym Lavell
21:15
Kym Lavell, Mt. Bachelor NSP
Southern Idaho Region southernidahoregion@gmail.com
22:34
https://store.nsp.org/avalanche-education/
Alan Hanson
24:06
Alan Hanson, Mt Bachelor NSP
Jodie Jeffers
24:54
When was the last time you performed a companion rescue simulation?
cmeador
30:37
Crystal Mountain uses AirFlare...not for avalanches so much, but for missing/separated persons
cmeador
31:41
Cell signal emulator is what the device is.
Mark Stambaugh
34:23
Lookout Pass uses Airflare
Al Klascius
34:46
Air Flare has 1/2 mile range
Keith Schultz
34:51
Mt Spokane - Medic 52
Joseph Ferraro
35:31
Medic 52 at Mt Spokane Joseph
Mark Stambaugh
35:38
The only complaint I've heard about Airflare is that some people have trouble installing its app.
Eric Geisler
35:53
Brundage uses Air Flare. They have sings posted on the maps asking guests to sign up.
Eric Geisler
36:25
Signs posted on maps
Jodie Jeffers
38:01
https://beaconreviews.com/testing_your_beacon.php
Jodie Jeffers
40:38
https://avalanche.org/avalanche-accidents/https://avalanchenearmiss.orghttps://nwac.ushttps://www.coavalanche.orghttps://www.idahopanhandleavalanche.orghttps://www.idahopanhandleavalanche.org
Jodie Jeffers
42:00
Any patrol THIS SEASON did an active practice of tree well with their patrollers? Holler in chat. If not when was the last time??
Kacy Carlson
43:11
Mt. Ashland - Preseason avalanche rescue refresher, in season avalanche rescue drill, regular training on transceivers using our BCA transceiver park, yes to tree well rescue (annually).
Eric Geisler
43:17
Brundage - Never Known to do tree well drills
Kathy
43:32
Never...but a great idea...could do it this season
Mark Stambaugh
43:34
Lookout Pass did a small treewell exercise Jan 2021
Kacy Carlson
44:09
BCA has a wealth of high quality educational videos. I consider it the one stop shop for all avalanche education videos.
Kathy
45:07
Can use a full body manikin with ski clothes on as a dummy for the practice
Kacy Carlson
45:31
Tree Well and Deep Snow - https://www.nsaa.org/NSAA/Safety/Tree_Well_Deep_Snow_Safety/NSAA/Safety/Tree_Well_Deep_Snow_Safety.aspx?hkey=a51384bb-5400-460c-85e6-6fe23bc14ff4 & https://www.deepsnowsafety.org/
Eric Geisler
46:47
Brundage Beacon park encourage weekly use
Kacy Carlson
46:50
Who wears a transceiver every day as part of the uniform? Do you do a group transceiver check? How often? Who manages your patrol’s transceivers? Do you update the firmware?
Jodie Jeffers
57:46
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/601d859f6690083c71ae8ca2/t/60b7951c65d7df4bcf7df0dd/1622643997033/333-Protocol-Worksheet.pdf
Jodie Jeffers
58:10
https://www.responderalliance.com/333-protocol
Mark Stambaugh
01:00:38
http://training.mra.org/course/index.php?categoryid=1
Mark Stambaugh
01:01:15
The MRA has a recorded conversation on psychological first aid. See the above link.
Jodie Jeffers
01:06:51
Several links that go into the PFA more in depth…. Please refer to the PNWD Website as a stepping point for information. https://www.nsp-pnwd.org/safetyculture4all--series.html
Joseph Ferraro
01:10:44
At Mt Spokane & 49 N we are experiencing the same hard and very firm snow conditions. We engaged the ski school and lift operations to keep students and people off the treacherous frozen runs. It’s comes from the area managers and ski patrol directors. Staying under control in these conditions are real risk and challenge. We too have had serious head injuries. Joseph
Pat Stevens
01:11:15
All Patrollers at Ski Bowl and Mt Hood Meadows wear a beacon and carry probes and shovels when patrolling.
Pat Stevens
01:14:58
Do ski areas call the present conditions Icy? or do they use some less obvious terminology?
Joseph Ferraro
01:15:42
Red yellow Green Day’s!
Joseph Ferraro
01:17:34
Useful in debriefed too.
Jodie Jeffers
01:20:16
Please raise your hand or type away of questions, thoughts if you want to…
Joseph Ferraro
01:28:17
We pre sweep as many runs as possible in the mornings. If the patroller or mountain operators decide the run are too firm and icy, we recommend the run stay closed until it improves.
LeslieAnne
01:28:54
thanks mister eric. ted and al for sharing. Giant hugs
Karen Jensen
01:29:35
Thanks Kacy and Brad
tedstensland
01:29:50
Great discussion, thanks to both presenters!
Richard Bartkowiak
01:30:03
Thanks for your time. Have a great night.
Jennifer Lyne
01:31:00
Thanks, so much!
Jodie Jeffers
01:34:08
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