Rescue Training

Whether your rescue focus is confined space, tower, wind turbines, fall protection, trench, or structural collapse, our training provides your crews with simple, effective and safe means of evacuating patients. Our rescue training classes reflect relevant consensus standards promulgated by NFPA, ANSI, OSHA, and FEMA.

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Prerequisites: Rescue students must be free from any physical impairment that could affect their ability to perform their assigned role on the team. They should also have completed training (or have a good working knowledge of) basic industrial safety such as confined space, fall protection, lockout/tagout, hazard communication (MSDSs), and personal protective equipment as applicable. All rescuers should be certified in First Aid/CPR (but this is not a requirement for taking the training).


Rescue Operations Training

These classes focus on developing the basic rescue capability needed by many industrial locations such as dams, mills, heavy manufacturing, towers, and construction sites. These teams can safely assess a scene, follow pre-plans, rig high-angle rope systems, package injured patients, and evacuate them to a place of safety. These classes are usually customized to reflect site-specific situations.

Operations Level classes include:

Advanced Rescue Training

Our advanced classes are designed for professional rescue teams and team leaders. These classes develop skills required to operate in complex rescue environments which may include uncontrolled hazards, multiple patients, and require rescuers to rig complex rope systems. Classes in this series can be taken in any order and include:

Jim Johnson September 2, 2015
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