Training/Swift Water Rescue


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Swift Water Rescue is advanced training that deals with working next to and in moving water for search and rescue purposes.

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Funding rationale: PCSAR frequently searches for subjects along the edge of rivers and streams in our area. The region is prone to nearly yearly flooding. As a result PCSAR has formed a swift water rescue team for the safety of the public and our own searchers. This course will allow us to maintain the qualification and skills of our team and to offer training to neighbouring teams. Our identified instructor teaches to an NFPA standard.

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