JULY 2020 IS SPECIALTY RESCUE TRAINING 

Swiftwater:

This training is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to conduct offensive rescue operations involving floods and swift-moving water.

The course complies with Chapter 11, “Surface Water Rescue,” and Chapter 12, “Swiftwater Rescue,” as described in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1006, Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications (2008 edition). You will receive a TEEX Certificate of Completion at the end of the course.

Technical Rope:

This training provides solutions for rope-based rescue situations in urban and industrial environments.
You will complete all of the NFPA Rope Rescue Technician Level requirements as outlined in NFPA 1670, as well as all of the requirements for the Rope Rescue Technician Levels I&II (Professional Qualifications) as outlined in NFPA 1006.

Boat Handling: 

The All Hands Training Water Rescue Boat Operations training course is designed to give students the requisite shore based and self-rescue skills required when operating on or near the water before moving on to the training to function as a crewmember or operator of a watercraft responding to a Surface or Swiftwater incident.  It is designed to meet or exceed Technician Level Job Performance Requirements for Watercraft Rescue as defined by NFPA 1006.

Vehicle Rescue: 

This standard identifies and establishes levels of functional capability for efficiently and effectively conducting operations at technical search and rescue incidents while minimizing threats to rescuers. It is intended to help the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) assess a technical search and rescue hazard within the response area, identify the level of operational capability, and establish operational criteria.

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