CMC, the California-based rescue and work -at-height company dedicated to helping save lives and keeping people safe, today announced its Spring/ Summer 2018 CMC School schedule of courses for rescue professional training.
Low-frequency events offer the biggest challenges to fire departments. There is the challenge to maintain personnel readiness that requires ongoing training and skills maintenance.
My goal for this article is to have you think about what types of apparatus and emergency equipment you might need to deal with a situation or response involving one or more of these types of vehicles.
Manufacturers say the kinds of technical rescues they are building for departments most often revolve around the kinds of specialized technical rescue equipment they are carrying and the missions for which the vehicles are likely to be used.
Petzl, the leader in solution-based verticality and lighting equipment, will host the North American event in the 2018 RopeTrip Series at the state-of-the-art Petzl Technical Institute (PTI), February 12-16, 2018.
CMC Rescue, the California-based company that’s dedicated to helping save lives and keeping people safe, recently marked its 40th anniversary year with the introduction of a refreshed name, a new website, and plans to introduce a series of groundbreaking products for both the rescue and rope access markets throughout 2018.
KIMTEK Corp, makers of MEDLITE® and FIRELITE® Transport skid units for off-road rescue and wildland firefighting, recently announced a new relationship with Mercedes Textiles.
Holmatro, a worldwide leader in innovative and power hydraulic equipment manufacturing, has introduced its newest rescue tool, the new 5160 combi tool.
Be a student of your craft. Be part of the solutions. Otherwise, you’re simply part of the problem.
Thermal imaging cameras (TIC) have evolved into required equipment for firefighters. With improvements in technology, they have gotten smaller, easier to use, and even less costly in some cases. Recent developments have seen TICs integrated into self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), leaving a firefighter’s hands free for other tasks.