Occupants in stacked vehicles is a challenge for extrication and stabilization; here's how to do it safely
The apparatus driver play a vital, yet an almost opposite role of the officer when the rig arrives on scene.
There are specific things the first-arriving officer can do to improve a vehicle rescue's outcome.
Applying a Prusik cord to ropes during rope rescue can be a frustrating endeavor if you are not proficient at tying them.
Most suspended, confined-space rescue victims are working in some capacity and are using a fall-arrest system; here's how to treat and reach those victims
This playbook to better rescue management will help you avoid the common mental mistakes on a rescue operation.
Being skilled at throwing a rope bag is tools for a water rescuer to possess; here's a look at how to improve rope throws
The example for this post will be a dash displacement so we will begin the discussion with the side of the vehicle already being removed.
Protrusions on cliffs or walls during high-angle rescues pose a threat to rescuer and victim; here are some simple ways to work around those obstacles.
Follow these procedures for primary and secondary stabilization to properly secure a vehicle on its side with in your first five minutes on scene.
Rivers are incredibly dynamic environments with an unlimited supply of hazards that can change a seemingly uneventful rescue sequence into a nightmare.
One can get easily overwhelmed by the technicality of rope rescue or can simply avoid some of the more in depth engineering principles.