Search and RescueHighly trained responders for every situation
essential to remain elite
Our responders are armed with a variety of equipment and proper training to ensure rescue capabilities in any situation. Our fleet of vehicles are each uniquely equipped with all the necessary tools to perform a rescue.
Emergency Managers arrive on scene to formulate action plan
Skilled search and rescue personnel with diverse sets of skills
Many of our responders will be able to assist in life-threatening situations
In the event of chemical spills or contamination, we deploy our HAZMAT responders
Having the Tools to save lives
In order to have one of the most elite response teams, our rescuers go through rigorous training. Multiple certifications are required of new responders, and this training is renewed every year for each responder. Our teams include several types of personnel, each with a unique duty in an operation.
Equipment for every kind of rescue, including swift water, airlift, mountain extraction and animal rescue
Full medical kits for each EMT including (7) day supply for restocking each kit
Heavy machinery for clearing roads and rescue routes, including tractors, trailers and chainsaws
USING TECHNOLOGY TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY
Coordination and communication are essential in rescue environments. Our teams use the latest technology to keep everyone safe and maximize efficiency.
State-of-the-Art Dispatch center fielding calls and prioritizing tickets
Emergency managers, rescuers and responders with specialized communication and navigation training
Licensed FAA Drone Operators to study routes from the air and thermal imaging to see victims at night
Urban Search and Rescue
Urban search and rescue (US&R) involves the location, rescue (extrication), and initial medical stabilization of individuals trapped in confined spaces. Structural collapse is most often the cause for people being trapped, but individuals may also be trapped in transportation accidents, mines, and collapsed trenches.
Urban search and rescue is considered a “multi-hazard” discipline, as it may be needed for a variety of emergencies or disasters, including earthquakes, hurricanes, typhoons, storms, tornadoes, floods, dam failures, technological accidents, terrorist activities, and hazardous materials releases. The events may be slow in developing, as in the case of hurricanes, or sudden, as in the case of earthquakes.
Mountain Search and Rescue
Mountain rescue refers to search and rescue activities that occur in a mountainous environment, although the term is sometimes also used to apply to search and rescue in other wilderness environments. This tends to include mountains with technical rope access issues, snow, avalanches, ice, crevasses, glaciers, alpine environments and high altitudes. The difficult and remote nature of the terrain in which mountain rescue often occurs has resulted in the development of a number of specific pieces of equipment and techniques. Helicopters are often used to quickly extract casualties, and search dogs may be deployed to find a casualty.