— Matt Ptaszynski, CHS McPherson Refinery
Rescue Challenge is a scenario-based event, focused on confined space and high angle rope rescue in industrial and urban settings. Scenarios are designed by Roco instructors to be realistic and challenging. Scores are given and trophies awarded, but Rescue Challenge is really a learning event, with skill-building and improving being the ultimate objectives.
Roco Rescue instructors brief the teams on the situation, and then teams are “on the clock” to devise and execute a plan to safely rescue the victim(s). Roco instructors closely monitor each team and provide oral and written feedback at the end. Challenge removes teams from the comfort of their home turf and presents them with rescue scenarios that test not only their technical rescue skills, but also their ability to work as a team and to think and plan under pressure.
All rescue teams will benefit from attending Rescue Challenge. Our expert evaluators provide tailored feedback with the sole intention of helping each team improve as much as possible.
The event is set-up so that a team’s capability or experience level really doesn’t matter. Each team is simply responding like they would if that scenario happened at their facility. For example, some teams bring paramedics and others only have basic First Aid/CPR training. It does not matter – it is all about how each team responds and handles the emergency presented in each scenario.
— Seth Stevenson, Baton Rouge Fire Department
All Challenge scenarios are designed with teaching goals that require different rescue and rigging skills. For example, some of the scenarios include simulated IDLH rescue entries with the use of SAR and SCBA equipment. Others include single-person and multi-casualty scenarios with a mix of manikins and live victims/evaluators as patients.
Over the course of two intense days, you will satisfy the annual minimum practice requirements of OSHA 1910.146. You will also…
Additionally, your team will…
Standby Rescue & Services teams. Instructors. Corporate Staff.
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