Specialty Fire / Rescue Courses
Elevated Safety's fire/rescue training courses cover a number of topics and skills including Anchoring and Edge Pro, Elevator Rescue, Crane Rescue, Highlines and Offsets.
Courses are hands-on and typically include a combination of classroom learning/discussion as well as rescue scenarios and real-world situations.
Specialty fire/rescue training courses change often, so check back for new courses.
- New Paradigm Rescue 2023 (NPR 2023)
- Anchoring and Edge Pro
- Elevator Rescue
- Crane Rescue
- Highlines and Offsets
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NEW PARADIGM RESCUE 2023 (NPR 2023)
Faster patient access, fewer rescuers, cleaner systems and any gear in any environment. This is a new paradigm of possibilities for technical rescue, all possible from a proven method of cross-pollination. For too many decades rescuers have been hampered by lagging standards, cultural traditions, and a lack of understanding.
This course was built for the rescuer from any background/profession looking to take their skills to the next level by learning how to work within a small team utilizing gear on hand and choosing from a plethora of skills pulled from the world of rescue. You will perform the most complex of rescue scenarios utilizing simplified strategies and tactics. This simplification will allow for a cleaner, faster, and safer rescue.
ANCHORING AND EDGE PRO
“What’s gonna kill ya???”
If you’ve taken a class with us then you have probably heard us ask the question, what’s gonna kill ya? Is it the NFPA G-rated rope, carabiner, or device that is going to explode and fail, or is it human error? And when it comes to human error our two biggest concerns are anchoring and edge protection.
This course will focus on more advanced anchoring and edge protection as well as bring in the latest and greatest devices from manufacturers to test out. Day 1 will be spent at NIPSTA going over theory, skills, and techniques. Day 2 will be spent on a high rise building working through real-world anchoring challenges.
This course is limited to 12 students in order to maximize the amount of hands-on time.
- Advanced anchoring and edge protection
- Opportunity to test new equipment
- Real-world anchoring scenarios
- Paid and non-paid professional rope rescuers, industrial access technicians and Search and Rescue personnel.