Here's a great knot refresher!
Hunting season is right around the corner in most parts of the United States. Have you trained on rescuing a stranded hunter hanging in their harness...
West Metro Fire Rescue Training & Event Center posted a unique and very successful tech rescue on their Facebook page. Checkout the video below.
A plane crashed into the trees near the Gettysburg Regional Airport Saturday afternoon. The pilot, an 87-year-old local man, was not injured. The pilot experienced an...
Applying a Prusik cord to ropes during rope rescue can be a frustrating endeavor if you are not proficient at tying them.
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
Here is a something to put into your mental toolbox. The Plainfield Fire Territory were dispatched to an injured person at a construction site. A worker...
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.
Checkout the picture that the Southwest Virginia Mountain Rescue Group posted for a Z-Drag Haul (3:1) With Tandum Prussiks.
One can get easily overwhelmed by the technicality of rope rescue or can simply avoid some of the more in depth engineering principles.
There are many reasons a victim is trapped at mid height: gear malfunctions or failures, injuries resulting from falling debris, medical emergencies, etc.
Most rope rescues are highly technical events requiring in-depth knowledge of physics, engineering and safety.