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Bowling Green State University State Fire School Certified Rescue Tech

These courses are NFPA compliant and covers all six disciplines of technical rescue operations. Students will utilize the latest and greatest equipment and will put learned skills to the test in intense hands-on scenarios.

General information on the Certified Rescue Technician Program.

Class Schedule

  • Rope Rescue Technician
  • Water Craft Ops / Swift Water Ops
  • Confined Space Technician
  • Vehicle & Machinery
  • Trench Rescue Technician
  • Structural Collapse Operations

Rescue Methods BGSU 2021 rescue tech series with structural collapse ops.

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Houston Fire Department’s Trailer 11

Check out Houston Fire Department’s new Trailer 11 purchased from Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists, Inc. It’s packed for of Paratech equipment with room for more!

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Check out Houston Fire Department’s new Trailer 11 purchased from Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists, Inc. Check out the pictures below and make sure you follow the social media pages from Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists.

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Report of a garbage truck had crashed into a structure.

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Vehicle vs building accident

Royal Oak Professional Firefighters responded to a vehicle vs building accident. Several of the balcony’s structural supports were damaged or completely removed by the vehicle. Members of the Technical Rescue Team built shoring to provide support to the balcony. No injuries were reported.

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Royal Oak Professional Firefighters responded to a vehicle vs building accident. Several of the balcony’s structural supports were damaged or completely removed by the vehicle. Members of the Technical Rescue Team built shoring to provide support to the balcony. No injuries were reported.

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