Open Enrollment Rescue Training

Whether you are just starting out in the rescue industry, looking for a course to brush up on your skills, or in need of a specific refresher to meet training requirements at work, Safe Rescue has course designed to fit your needs.

Guided by Safe Rescue’s veteran instructors, students train hands-on solving realistic rescue scenarios operating in real world conditions. Utilizing this type of applied learning allows trainees to apply the knowledge and skills gained during both classroom learning and hands-on training in actual rescue situations. Our brand new training complex offers both indoor and outdoor fields with innovative props and climate controlled classroom spaces for rescue courses taught by some of the top instructors in the Southeast.

Safe Rescue currently offers training for:
INDUSTRIAL RESCUER (40hrs), ROPE RESCUE OPERATIONS LEVEL (40hrs) & ROPE RESCUE TECHNICIAN LEVEL (40hrs).
Safe Rescue will add more courses as we continue to build our open enrollment class offerings, so be sure to check back or join our mailing list. 

All courses certifications are compliant with and meet or exceed NFPA 1006 and 1670 standards, as well as OSHA 1910.146 Permit-Required Confined Spaces standards.

Cancellation Policy

INDUSTRIAL RESCUER
(40hr Class)

Designed and intended for the industrial customer.

This course is a hybrid of the rope rescue and the confined space training course for entry and rescue. It will teach high angle techniques which will allow the student to develop proficient skills in the industrial setting.

Meets NFPA 1006 (2021 version)

Skills:
• Safety Attendant
• Self-Contained and Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus (SCBA and SABA)
• Atmospheric Monitoring
• Communication Systems
• Lock-out/Tag-out Procedures
• PPE
• Patient Packaging and Recovery
• Tripod and Artificial High Directional (AHDs) Operations
• Rope Systems for Confined Space Entry and Rescue

*Lodging and meals not included
(Military, federal, state, county, and city government agencies and their employees in the USA. Credentials will be verified)

March 8-12, 2021

ROPE RESCUE OPERATIONS LEVEL
(40hr Class)

Designed and intended for entry level students.

This course will teach basic rope rescue skills, fundamentals, and high & low-angle techniques. It will also cover utilizing the appropriate equipment, methodologies, protocols, and patient/resource management techniques. This course offers a classroom portion, as well as hands on training with evolutions based on various scenarios.

Meets NFPA 1006 Chapter 5 (2021 version)

Skills:
• Size-up a Rope Rescue Incident
• Hazard Recognition
• Equipment Selection, Inspection, and Maintenance
• Knots, Bends, and Hitches
• Single Point and Multi-Point Anchors
• Edge Protection and System Safety Checks
• Dedicated Main/Dedicated Belay (DM/DB) and Twin Tension Rope Systems (TTRS)
• Multiple Lowering Systems
• Mechanical Advantage (MA) Systems
• Low Angle Rope Rescue Techniques (Ambulatory and Non-Ambulatory)
• High Angle Rappel/Lowering Techniques
• Patient Packaging
• Artificial High Directional (AHDs) – Vortex and Skedco

*Lodging and meals not included
(Military, federal, state, county, and city government agencies and their employees in the USA. Credentials will be verified)

January 25-29, 2021

ROPE RESCUE TECHNICIAN LEVEL
(40hr Class)

Designed and intended for students that have completed the operation level course and possess the basic rescue fundamentals, skills, and knowledge.

This course will teach advanced rope rescue techniques and cover more complex rescue scenarios. The objective is to expand the students problem-solving capabilities so that they are able to assess, plan, and execute even the most complex of rescue scenarios.

Meets NFPA 1006 Chapter 5 (2021 version)

Skills:
• Refresher on all operation level skills
• Advanced Anchoring Systems
• Rescue of Suspended and Un-Suspended Victims
• Advanced High Angle Litter Tending
• High Lines and Guiding Lines
• Lead Climbing Techniques
• Skate Block Techniques
• Ascending Rope Techniques
• Advanced Artificial High Directionals (AHDs)
• Real-Life Rescue Scenarios

*Lodging and meals not included
(Military, federal, state, county, and city government agencies and their employees in the USA. Credentials will be verified)

February 8-12, 2021