Clinton, Connecticut – Surface Ice Rescue Levels 1 and 2 in February
Is Your Team fully Ready to Perform Safe, Rapid Multi-Victim Surface Ice Rescues BOTH Close to Shore AND Over Long Distances?
Surface Ice Rescue incidents often involve two or more victims. They can also occur a great distance from shore. One mistake can lead to multiple Rescuer fatalities in a matter of seconds.
Surface Ice Rescue Levels 1 and 2 will be hosted by Diver’s Cove in Clinton, CT
Dates/Times: Friday, February 22, 2019 1800 hrs. – 2200 hrs.
Saturday, February 23, 2019 0800 hrs. – 1800 hrs.
Sunday, February 24, 2019 0800 hrs. – 1700 hrs.
Can your team confidently :
- Safely & rapidly rescue multiple victims?
- Properly change rescuers without losing ground?
- Immediately establish independent-victim-positive-buoyancy to prevent a subsurface rescue?
- Write Standard Operating Procedures to keep members and department safe and protected from liabilty?
- Properly handle patients to prevent further injury & increase survival chances?
- Prevent costly equipment purchasing mistakes?
If your location has the potential for ice this course is a must!
- Rapid Round Robin Rigging
- Human Ice Screw Technique
Learn to perform safe & effective rescues from time of call until patient arrives at the hospital.