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BASIC ROPE RESCUE LADDER RESCUE SYSTEMS
ROPE RESCUE OPERATIONS TOWER RESCUE
BASIC RAPPELLING TRENCH RESCUE AWARENESS
BASIC ROPE ASCENDING TRENCH RESCUE LEVEL I “OPERATIONS”
ROPE RESCUE TECHNICAN TRENCH RESCUE LEVEL II “TECHNICIAN”
ARTIFICIAL HIGH DIRECTIONAL ANCHOR SYSTEMS STRUCTURAL COLLAPSE RESCUE AWARENESS
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE AWARENESS EMERGENCY BUILDING SHORING, OPERATIONS
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE - Level I Ops STRUCTURAL COLLAPSE RESCUE TECHNICIAN
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE - Level II Technician WATER & FLOOD RESCUE AWARENESS
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE - RESCUE LEVEL - I & II WATER & FLOOD RESCUE “SWIFT WATER” OPERATIONS
NFPA 1006 CORE  “GENERAL REQUIREMENTS” SWIFTWATER & FLOOD RESCUE"BOAT" OPERATIONS
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY & ATTENDANT WATER & FLOOD RESCUE “Swift Water”, TECHNICIAN
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY SUPERVISOR ICE RESCUE LEVEL I - AWARENESS
LOCK OUT / TAG OUT ICE RESCUE LEVEL II - OPERTIONS/TECHNICIAN
FALL PROTECTION RESCUE TEAM BUILDING & DEVELOPMENT
ROPE ACCESS LEVELS I & II CONFINED SPACE RESCUE LEVEL II - TECHNICIAN

CERTIFICATION & EQUIPMENT

Each participant successfully completing the START Rescue Training programs will receive a certificate of training.  Industrial courses also receive required OSHA training documentation.    START Rescue Training, Inc. can also arrange for 3rd party testing and evaluation according to NFPA 1006 Professional Qualification standards.

ON-SITE & CUSTOM TRAINING PROGRAMS

All programs can be offered at your facility.  Training equipment can also be provided by START Rescue Training, Inc.  On-site training results in less down time and is very cost effective.    START Rescue Training, Inc. also has training facilities available for all your technical rescue needs.  Facilities are located only a short distance from the Philadelphia International Airport.

START Rescue Training, Inc can design a specific program to fit your required needs, time schedule, personnel requirements, as well as your budget. 

NFPA REQUIREMENTS

Meeting the requirements of NFPA Standards can be very complex and challenging.  START Rescue Training, Inc. has the full capability to help your organization meet the NFPA 1670 standards for “Technical Rescue Training and Operations” as well as prepare you for the NFPA 1006 professional qualification requirements.   Contact us for more details.

RESCUE EQUIPMENT

START Rescue Training, Inc. has been the leader in providing industry and municipalities with the most state-of-the-art rescue equipment available for technical rescue, and at the best prices guaranteed!

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BASIC ROPE RESCUE 

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:   None

Basic Rope Rescue is a 16-hour course designed to teach rescuers the basics of rope rescue and how to access, package and evacuate the injured in vertical environments.  Students will learn basic knots, rope rigging techniques, single point anchors, basket stretcher evacuations, including lowering and basic mechanical advantage raising systems.  Patient consideration and handling will also be covered.  Instructors provide continuous instruction and guidance.  Safety is stressed at all times, and is the emphasis of all course contents.

 

ROPE RESCUE OPERATIONS

(40 hours)
Perquisite:        None

            This course is designed to provide you with the skill, knowledge and ability to perform rope rescue skills according to NFPA 1670 Operations and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level I standards for Rope Rescue.  This program incorporates our popular modular based rope courses (Rope Rescue Level I, II, Basic Rappelling & Ascending), but is tailored to meet the Operations Level of NFPA 1670 specifically.  The course skills include, hazard recognition, scene control and management, rescue rope, hardware, software, care and use, rescue knots, single point anchors, multi-point anchors, belay/safety systems, basic rappelling, basic ascending, self rescue, fixed brake lowering systems, rope based mechanical advantage systems, patient packaging and rescue litter systems, litter movement in the low angle and high angle environment.

 

BASIC RAPPELLING

(8 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Basic Rope Rescue

            Basic Rappelling is an 8-hour program, which involves personal safety, equipment care and usage, basic knot tying, single point anchor systems for rappel operations, proper donning of harnesses, rappel techniques and belay systems.  This is a good course for confidence building.

 

BASIC ROPE ASCENDING

(8 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Basic Rope Rescue & Basic Rappelling

            Occasionally there is a need for rescuers to ascend a fixed lifeline.  This program will explore basic techniques in rope ascension.  The students will utilize soft and mechanical ascending devices.  System change over from Rappel to Ascending and Ascending to Rappel will also be practiced.

 

ROPE RESCUE TECHNICIAN

(40 hours)
Prerequisite:  Rope Rescue Operations

            The Rope Rescue Technician course is an advanced course that will bring participants to the level of Rope Rescue Technician and meets all requirements for NFPA 1670 Rope Rescue Technician and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level II.  Advanced skills in; team management, rope rescue physics, load factors, critical angles, constructing multi-point anchor systems, passing knots in systems, negotiating obstacles, offsets, constructing artificial high directional anchors, constructing high line rope systems and attendant litter systems will be explored and intensely practiced. 

 

ARTIFICIAL HIGH DIRECTIONAL ANCHOR SYSTEMS

(24 Hours)
Prerequisite:  Rope Rescue Technician

            A program designed for the advanced rope rescuer, which will explore the design, construction and use of various types of Artificial High Directional Anchor systems.  Artificial High Directional Anchors can be deployed to assist with reducing over-the-edge rope trauma. Variations to the “A” Frame, Gin or Mono Pole and manufactured Artificial High Directional Anchor systems are incorporated in this intense hands-on course.

 

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE AWARENESS

(3 Hours)
Prerequisite:   None

            Confined Space Rescue Awareness takes a look at the OSHA regulation for “Permit Required Confined Spaces - 1910.146” and “Emergency Rescue Services” and NFPA 1670 Confined Space Rescue Awareness.  Entrant & Attendant duties, types of confined spaces, hazard recognition & control, atmospheric monitoring, PPE, rescue equipment and patient care considerations will all be discussed.

 

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE LEVEL I - OPERATIONS

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:   Basic Rope Rescue or Rope Rescue Operations

      Confined Space Rescue starts off with OSHA 1910.146 and NFPA 1670 and 1006 requirements for Confined Space Rescue Operations and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level I.  Topics covered includes, types of confined spaces, hazard recognition and control, atmospheric monitoring, personal protective equipment, rescue equipment and rigging techniques, attendant and entrant procedures, patient packaging, communications, SCBA/SABA management, confined space manipulation skills, rescue entry, patient removal and post rescue considerations.  Students will be trained to the Rescue Entrant and Rescue Attendant level.  Non-entry and entry type rescues will be practiced, including limited access spaces.

 

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE LEVEL II - TECHNICIAN

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:   Confined Space Rescue Level I

      This program is an advanced course for the confined space rescue technician.  Program content is designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 1006 for Confined Space Rescue Technician and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level II standards.  Upon completion, students will gain the knowledge, skill and ability to preplan confined spaces for rescue, manage rescue operations, ability to control hazards, learn advanced skill in confined space rescue communications and participate in various scenarios for team building skills.

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE LEVEL I & II

(40 Hours)
Prerequisite:   None

      Formally our Structural Rope/Confined Space Rescue course which was originally designed for the Industrial Rescue environment.  This course concentrates on confined space and rope rescue from elevated platforms.  This course will incorporate our Basic Rope Rescue and Confined Space Rescue Level I & II programs together and focuses on many potential industrial rescue situations.  Realistic rescue problems will be presented and practiced.

LADDER RESCUE SYSTEMS

(16 Hours)

Prerequisite:  Basic Rope Rescue

      This course involves basic ropes and rigging skills incorporated with fire company ground and aerial ladders.  Placing and rigging aerial ladders, ladder derricks, ladder "A" frames, leaning ladders and emergency evacuations will be explored and practiced.  This course is a great compliment to "FAST" team operations and Structural Collapse Teams.

 

TOWER RESCUE

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Basic Rope Rescue or Rope Rescue Operations

            The Tower Rescue program was designed for the Telecommunication, Electric Power Generation Industry and Emergency Response Teams.  It includes the current OSHA guidelines for fall protection, as well as introduction to guidelines for Rope Access Technicians.  A union with traditional fall protection and climbing/rescue equipment will be explored for the maximum safety of climbers and rescuers.  Rescue techniques for various situations dealing with ill or incapacitated climbers will be practiced in very intensive hands-on sessions.

 

TRENCH RESCUE AWARENESS

(3 Hours)
Prerequisite:   None

      The Trench Rescue Awareness program is a 3-hour course, which contains classroom presentation, regarding the safety, size-up, hazard recognition, hazard control and first response level trench rescue considerations.  This program will also detail how to form a Trench Rescue Response Team as well as, look at additional resource capabilities. Meets NFPA 1670 Trench Rescue Awareness standards.

TRENCH RESCUE LEVEL I “OPERATIONS”

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:   None

      The Trench Rescue Level I Operations program teaches rescuers operational task functions for trench excavation collapse, trench collapse hazards, soil types, federal regulations, preplanning, hazard recognition and control, patient assessment and treatment considerations, stabilization, rescue verses recovery, proper shoring techniques utilizing timber and specialized equipment.  Both classroom presentations and intensive hands-on skill stations in real trenches will give the student a well-rounded understanding of trench collapse.  This program meets all requirements for NFPA 1670 Trench Rescue Operations Level and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level I

TRENCH RESCUE LEVEL II “TECHNICIAN”

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Trench Rescue Level I

       This course involves team development, equipment and organization skills required for a trench collapse response team.  The course include extensive, hands-on training with more complex scenarios, such as; intersecting "T" and "L" trenches, heavy equipment movement, use of air bags and supplement sheeting and shoring in trenches deeper than 8 feet. This program meets NFPA 1670 Operations and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level II.

STRUCTURAL COLLAPSE RESCUE AWARENESS

(4 Hours)
Prerequisite:    None

            All responders should consider this course.  Understand the hazards associated with structural collapse and what you need to know to handle an incident and what requirements you should consider when developing a Collapse Response Team.  Meets the NFPA 1670 Structural Collapse Rescue Awareness level standards.  Considerations for local, state and federal response teams will also be discussed.

 

EMERGENCY BUILDING SHORING, OPERATIONS, LEVEL I

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Structural Collapse Rescue Awareness & Trench Rescue and Confined Space Rescue recommended

            This course is designed to give the students a basic understanding of the NFPA 1670 standard requirements for Structural Collapse Rescue Operations, Level I.  This course will concentrate on basic assessment skills, size-up and hazard control at a scene of a building collapse for the Basic, Light (light frame) and Medium (heavy wall) level response.  Students will explore various ways to conduct Emergency Shoring Operation.  Techniques will include how to construct vertical, horizontal, window, door and basic raker shore systems, as well as understanding basic concepts for breaching walls and floors.

 

STRUCTURAL COLLAPSE RESCUE TECHNICIAN, LEVEL II

(50 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Emergency Building Shoring

            This 50-hour program is for Emergency Responders who will encounter structural collapse at the technician level response under NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level II standards.  Various techniques and operations are taught with the emphasis on rescuer safety.  Techniques include; concrete breaching & breaking, heavy lifting & moving, rigging techniques, crane safety and advanced shoring concepts.   This program includes techniques utilized by the FEMA Urban Search & Rescue Task Forces, but are designed for local and regional response organizations.  Classroom presentations and extensive hands-on practical sessions are all part of this intensive program.

 

WATER & FLOOD RESCUE AWARENESS

(3 hours)
Prerequisite:    None

            The Water & Flood Rescue Awareness program is designed for all Emergency Service Personnel.  It will give attendees a basic overview in understanding water type emergencies, preplanning, SAFE RESCUE, self rescue, types of water rescue equipment, Personal Floatation Devices (PFD’s), hypothermia, body behavior, basic search techniques and body recovery.  Meets all requirements for NFPA 1670 Water Rescue Awareness.

 

WATER & FLOOD RESCUE “SWIFT WATER” OPERATIONS

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Water & Flood Rescue Awareness

            Water & Flood Rescue “Swift Water” Operations will expand on the lessons learned from the Awareness program and will give participants hands-on experience and techniques in the use of Personal Floatation Devices, throw-line bag deployment, survival swimming, self rescue, use of tag lines and tension diagonal zip lines and hose inflation systems.  This program along with our “Boat Based” Operations course will meet NFPA 1670 Surface Water Rescue Operations and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Surface Water Level I.

 

SWIFTWATER & FLOOD RESCUE “BOAT” OPERATIONS

(24 Hours)
Prerequisite:     Water & Flood Rescue “Swift Water” Operations, Boaters Safety Course and Basic Boat Handling and Operations

            The Swiftwater & Flood “Boat” Operations program will give participants who have a basic knowledge of boat handling, the additional knowledge and skill needed to conduct water rescue operations with the use of boats and/or other specific watercrafts.  Required to meet NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006 Operations, Level I standards.

WATER & FLOOD RESCUE “Swift Water”, TECHNICIAN

(16 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Water & Flood Rescue “Swiftwater & Boat” Operations and be a Rope Rescue Technician

            This intensive hands-on program is designed to meet the Technician Level for NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level II.  Application of rope based techniques used in the Swift Water environment, line systems with non-motorized watercraft, line deployment, “GO” rescues and team building skills.

 

ICE RESCUE - AWARENESS

(3 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Water & Flood Rescue Awareness

            Ice Rescue Level I is designed to give participants the understanding of Ice Rescue Operations, including hazard recognition, types of ice, hypothermia, water and ice rescue related equipment, surface support functions and ice rescue procedures.

 

ICE RESCUE OPERATIONS & TECHNICIAN

(12 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Ice Rescue Awareness

            At this level, rescuers will perform hands-on techniques in the use of ice rescue equipment in an actual ice rescue setting.  Self Rescue, reaching, throw and go techniques as well as the use of specialized ice rescue crafts will be extensively practiced.  This program is also designed to meet NFPA 1670 Technician level and NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Level II.

 

RESCUE TEAM BUILDING & DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite:    A minimum of Operations level skill knowledge is required for the specific rescue discipline.

            Our Rescue Team Building & Development program is designed to give your rescue team the working knowledge to develop and implement action plans, develop individual team member job functions, as well as, intensive skills development in multiple rescue situations.  The team building can be geared to any rescue discipline.  This unique program will give participants a real world understanding of technical rescue operations and how to work with minimum equipment and manpower while gaining optimum performance and safety.  Group and individual evaluations will be conducted and a final report provided to your organization.

 

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY & ATTENDANT

(8 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Lockout/Tagout

            This course is designed so that upon completion, students will be able to identify and establish proper entry permit procedures, recognize and control hazards, ventilation, conduct atmospheric monitoring, personal protective equipment, non-entry rescue and comply with OSHA 1910.146 requirements for Entrant and Attendant.

 

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY SUPERVISOR

(4 Hours)
Prerequisite:    Confined Space Entry & Attendant

            To meet the requirements of OSHA 1910.146 “Entry Supervisor”.  Participants will become aware of specific requirements of the “Entry Supervisor”.  Topics include; verification of permits, safe entry conditions, ventilation practices, atmospheric monitoring requirements, confined space communications, rescue response requirements, training verification, documentation and proper record keeping.

FALL PROTECTION

(8 & 16 hours)
Prerequisite:    None

            These programs are designed to identify and comply with federal OSHA regulations on “Fall Protection” and competent person. Programs will cover both general industry and construction requirements.  Course content includes: regulations including the new ANSI Z359 fall protection standards, fall forces, equipment selection, care and use, anchorage, protective systems, suspension trauma, competent person and developing rescue action plans.  Classroom lesson plans and hands-on sessions will be conducted to give participants the working knowledge needed to prevent fall injuries.  Hours depend on your specific site requirements.

ROPE ACCESS LEVELS I or II

(32 hours for each level)
Prerequisite:    None

            Rope Access Levels I or II trains employees who are required to work at heights where ropes are used as the primary support, positioning or protection.    These courses covers the requirements set by SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) for Rope Access I (Worker) and Rope Access II (Lead Technician).  Course content includes; understanding of fall protection, safe and redundant systems for rope access work, descending, ascending and aid traverse, self rescue and team rescue skills.  These programs are designed for those who may not have any skills on-rope, but are required to access difficult areas.  Rope Access is a means to accomplish such tasks on-rope, and can replace expensive alternatives such as scaffolding.  This is a physically demanding intense program.

 

NFPA 1006 CORE  “GENERAL REQUIREMENTS”

(48 hour)
Prerequisite:   None

This program is designed to prepare participants the skill and knowledge sets required for the NFPA 1006 Certification evaluation for the CORE – “General” Requirement that is a prerequisite evaluation prior to evaluation and certification for the various rescue disciplines according to NFPA 1006.  This course will include the  3rd party testing and evaluation for National Pro Board.

 

ON-SITE & CUSTOM TRAINING PROGRAMS

All programs can be offered at your facility or at our state of the art training site, which are located just minutes from the Philadelphia International Airport. .  Equipment needed for training can also be provided by START Rescue Training, Inc.  Please contact us for details and rates.  On-site training results in less down time and is very cost effective.    START Rescue Training, Inc. also has training facilities available for all your technical rescue and safety training needs.  Facilities are located only a short distance from the Philadelphia International Airport.
START Rescue Training, Inc can design a specific program to fit your required needs, time schedule, personnel requirements, as well as your budget.  Contact us for more details.

 

NFPA REQUIREMENTS

Meeting the requirements of NFPA Standards can be very complex and challenging.  START Rescue Training, Inc. has the full capability to help your organization meet the NFPA 1670 standards for “Technical Rescue Training and Operations”, as well as, prepare you for the NFPA 1006 Technical Rescuer Professional Qualification requirements.  

RESCUE EQUIPMENT

START Rescue Training, Inc. has been the leader in providing industry and municipalities with the most technical advanced rescue equipment available, and at the best prices guaranteed! 

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