LGS Swiftwater Rescue / Recovery

The key is to stay out of the water when it comes to swiftwater rescue. Ask about the LGS Dynamic tension diagonal system seen in background, and how to set up a rescue boat that an be moved not only side-to-side but up and downstream (the system in front) To learn more about Swiftwater Rescue […]

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LGS Small Boat Class

Learn how to set up, maintain, and operate your boat in dynamic, hands-on rescue scenarios during the LGS small boat class. To Learn more about LGS Small Boat Class….

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Drownproofing turnout gear training

Drownproofing turnout gear training – from the man who started it with FDNY in the 1970’s. Flooded basements, snow covered pools, flooded trenches, and boat fire operations can all put firefighters at risk accidental immersion in turnout gear. Let LGS teach you how to use the turnout gear to your advantage and how to ditch […]

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Instruction & Learning

Before any team can go into operation they must first be trained. All new members coming on a team must be trained to the Team’s standards. Finally the team must have an on going continuing education program to maintain proficiency and remain up to date. Every member must be a competent instructor. This is because […]

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Where to Start Looking

How Do You Know Where to Start Looking? Craig Nelson, Team Lifeguard Systems Whether you search with grappling hooks or divers, whether you search in fresh or salt water, or whether you operate in a rescue or recovery mode, there is one thing you need: a starting point to begin your search. Witness information often […]

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En route To The Location

While proceeding to the location every member of the team should be analyzing the nature of the call, water, weather conditions, and what will be done once on location. The first thing anyone notes is the time of day, and weather. Will the weather impede water rescue operations? Heavy rains can slow drive time to […]

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The Scene Map

At every scene a map should be made of the area. This map does not have to be elaborate, but it must entail all landmarks and last seen points. Place on the map the name and location of each individual witness. Have the location of the command post, staging area, entry and exit points. Show […]

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Rescue Or Recovery

Rescue or recovery, refers to the ”mode” in which the dive team functions. In rescue mode the team puts an all out effort to find the missing person. It is only used when there is a chance to save a life. Recovery is when the Team concludes the missing person is dead, thus risk to […]

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