Technical Rescue Certification Training For Eugene, Oregon Search and Rescue, Fire Rescue & Swiftwater Rescue
Eugene, Oregon’s trusted technical rope and swiftwater rescue certification training instructor, providing technician, operations level and NFPA certified courses, is
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Eugene, Oregon Areas Served (Not Exclusively)
Cal Young, Harlow, Whiteaker, Churchill, Far West, West University, South University, Fairmount, Laurel Hill, Southwest Hills, West Eugene, Downtown, River Road, Santa Clara, Jefferson Westside, Goodpasture Island, Northeast, Trainsong and Bethel
Rescue Certification Training Courses Available
- Tower Rescue For Tower Workers
- Technical Rope Technician Level
- Technical Rope Operations Level
- Swiftwater First Responder Operations Level
- Swiftwater Rescue Tech Unit 1 Technician Level
- Swiftwater Rescue Tech Advanced
- Wilderness Navigation Class
- Wilderness Survival
- Two Week Rope and Water Technician Intensive
- Rope Operations and Technician Combo Intensive
Matt Adams, of Crux Rescue, is a certified training course instructor who provides technical rescue training courses in Eugene Oregon to swiftwater rescue teams, fire rescue response units, fire departments, county fire and rescue teams and search and rescue, SAR organizations. Matt is an accredited Rescue 3 International training instructor. The certification rescue training he instructs utilizes Rescue3’s rescue course curriculums. Those who desire expertly presented, professional rescue certification training are encouraged to call for information about class schedules or for information about scheduling a private course offering.
Eugene Springfield Fire Metro Water Rescue Team Eugene, Oregon
The Eugene Springfield Fire Metro Water Rescue Team is an emergency response service specializing in rescuing people in danger in and along the waterways (rivers, lakes, ponds) within the Eugene and Springfield city limits. They coordinate with the Lane County Sheriff’s Office and they respond from Station 5, in the Gateway area, and Station 6 in the Sheldon area.
The river rescue team executes surface boat rescues and shore based rescues. They respond with inflatable water craft and jet boats in accordance with victim needs and/or depending on accessibility restraints. Their team comprises approximately 50 certified responders who have completed certified training in swift water rescue, usually in either technician or operations level courses.
While most of their calls involve responding to situations within city limits on the Mckenzie and Willamette rivers, they also serve neighboring fire districts.
The water rescue team responds from two fire stations and while in route to a response scene they can launch boats from ten sites along waterways. These waterway sites include Aspen Street and West D Street, Alton Baker Park, Armitage Park, Bellinger Landing, Beltline & Division, Clearwater Landing, Island Park, Harvest Landing, Jasper, Valley River.
Crux Rescue Can Provide Swiftwater & Technical Rope Rescue Training
Eugene Mountain Rescue is a tremendous asset to the Eugene area of Oregon. They describe who they are and what they do as follows, “Eugene Mountain Rescue is a volunteer organization based in Eugene, Oregon. We formed in 1968 to provide Lane County with trained volunteer rescuers for emergencies in mountainous areas, steep terrain or backcountry areas requiring mountaineering proficiency to work safely. Our search and rescue missions involve lost and/or injured climbers, skiers, hikers, hunters or downed aircraft victims. EMR is a member of the Oregon Mountain Rescue Council and national Mountain Rescue Association.”
Their personnel come into the organization highly trained and qualified and continue with educational training in one or more of the following; rock climbing with capabilities of climbing at least low 5th class rock; snow and glacier navigation with capabilities to self-arrest, use crampons and ice axe properly, and be familiar with roped glacier travel; ice climbing with capabilities of climbing WI2 or AI2 and familiarity with use of ice protection methods, ice tools and crampons; rope rescue technician training for certification in Certified Technical Rope Rescue Operations Level 1 (NFPA 1670).
Those who trek the backcountry of Eugene, Oregon will be in good hands should they have the unfortunate circumstance of needing to call on SAR (search and rescue) for assistance or rescue.