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Roco Rescue Safety Officer Pat Furr Named Duane Kuehn Outstanding Safety Professional

Monday, February 25, 2019

Pat Furr, VPP Coordinator/Safety Officer and Technical Consultant for Roco Rescue, was honored last Friday with the North Dakota Safety Council's Duane Kuehn Outstanding Safety Professional award, the organization's top honor.


Over the course of his career, Pat has worn and continues to wear a variety of hats but his favorite role, he says, is sharing what he's learned about rescue and safety with an audience through a variety of platforms, from the written word to presentations at industry conferences. "If I can communicate my experiences to those who listen, I feel I am able to keep them safe," Furr says.

Please join us in congratulating Pat on this prestigious honor


Pat Furr is a chief instructor, technical consultant, VPP Coordinator and Corporate Safety Officer for Roco Rescue, Inc. As a chief instructor, he teaches a wide variety of technical rescue classes including Fall Protection, Rope Access, Tower Work/Rescue and Suspended Worker Rescue. In his role as technical consultant, he is involved in research and development, writing articles, and presenting at national conferences. He is also a member of the NFPA 1006 Technical Rescue Personnel Professional Qualifications Standard. Prior to joining Roco in 2000, he served 20 years in the US Air Force as a Pararescueman (PJ).






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