• WELCOME TO IRRTC

    We provide analysis, advice, support and training to improve survivability for victims of transport and trauma related incidents and to enhance the abilities of rescue teams across the globe to ensure every life that can be saved - is saved.
  • ROAD RESCUE TRAINING

    All of our road rescue training packages can be delivered here in the UK at our state of the art training facility or we can facilitate training in your country.
  • TRAUMA CARE TRAINING

    We have some of the most experienced rescue and medical practitioners in the world and can offer bespoke solutions and packages as required to suite your training needs.

Road traffic collisions – the global problem

Currently estimated to be the ninth leading cause of death across all age groups globally, road traffic collisions lead to the loss of over 1.2 million lives and cause nonfatal injuries to as many as 50 million people around the world each year. Nearly half (49%) of the people who die on the world’s roads are pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. Road traffic collisions are the main cause of death among people aged between 15 and 29 years.

Click here for an Interactive world ‘road deaths’ map – from the World Health Organization (or see image below)

road traffic collisions interactive road deaths map In addition to the grief and suffering they cause, road traffic collisions constitute an important public health and development problem with significant health and socioeconomic costs. Considerable economic losses are not only incurred by victims and their families, but also by nations as a whole: road crashes cost most countries 1–3% of their gross national product.

The unfortunate reality is that even with the great work being carried out by numerous organisations globally to reduce road deaths and injuries is that there will be times when these terrible accidents still occur and we at IRRTC believe that we can make an impact in supporting rescue responder’s worldwide in reducing the impact of these incidents by providing expert training in both their medical and technical response capabilities.

Care at the scene of an accident

Whilst data is limited, the proportion of patients who die before reaching hospital in low- and middle-income countries is estimated as at least twice that in high-income countries, suggesting that strengthening pre-hospital systems could have enormous global impact in reducing fatalities.

Timely and effective emergency care is an essential component of a safe system and can mitigate the consequences when a crash does occur, reducing both deaths and disability from injury.

Trauma and technical rescue training packages are also essential for preventing avoidable additional injuries which can be sustained during the rescue phase of operations and also preventing deterioration of casualties on scene from injuries sustained during impact before definitive medical care is reached.

Note: World Health Organisation statistics 2017

IRRTC Global Capability

Our expert instructors can deliver training anywhere in the world, as well as from our UK training centre. Our instructors have provided training services to students from all over the world including the United Kingdom, Poland, Tajikistan, Kenya, Ghana, Macedonia, Serbia, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, USA, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Moldova, Malawi, Oman amongst many others.

However, should students wish to come to the UK for their training we can easily accommodate this at our state of the art training facility in South Yorkshire, England. This facility offers everything needed to run a professional and enjoyable training course. The facility also benefits from nearby accommodation and leisure activities for students during their down time.

IRRTC Bespoke Solutions

At IRRTC we have some of the most experienced rescue and medical practitioners in the world and this experience is used to assess, develop and deliver bespoke solutions as required by our customers.

All customers’ needs differ from each other and we are keen to give you the right service tailored for you so please let us know any specific requirements and we will incorporate this into your bespoke package.

Our worldwide consultancy service also offers a unique ability to perform full gap analysis and strategic reviews of rescue capabilities within a service, region or even country in order to recommend the right options to improve their operational capabilities in a staged and manageable way.

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Neil Pedersen

CEO / Founder

“I am a fully committed rescue professional who is dedicated to saving lives through training and education of rescue workers across the globe. Just one life saved makes all the hard work worthwhile.” Learn More  

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Steve North

Founder / Rescue Director

“For the past 25 years I have dedicated myself to saving lives and improving standards of rescue crews both here in the UK and Overseas. I still believe that there is much more to teach before hanging up my overalls!!” Learn More

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Michael Maybin

Director / Instructor / Medical / Specialist

“I am passionate about training and upskill of others in the rescue field discipline. I diligently wish to approach this at all times to deliver the best for the most, for learning is like the horizon; there is no limit” Learn More

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Alan Patterson

Associate Trainer / Instructor

“I have always endeavoured to learn from my fellow professionals, and the experience and knowledge I have gathered over the period of my service, has enabled me to successfully develop others to achieve all emergency personnel’s aim that is to ‘prevent injury and save life’.” Learn More

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Tony Eyres

Associate Trainer / Instructor

“I believe in training individuals and also teams to ensure that they are fully supported in their endeavours to become first class emergency rescue practitioners. Knowing that this can make a positive difference to a person’s life makes the job worthwhile.” Learn More

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Justin Hudson

Associate Trainer / Instructor

“I am a dedicated, motivated and passionate clinical and technical rescue skills trainer who has worked hard to deliver high quality training in various environments to raise the standards of rescue workers” Learn More

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Pat Sheridan

Associate Trainer / Instructor

“Throughout my career I have always strived to improve standards in both technical rescue and medical rescue for emergency responders…We owe it to everyone involved in an emergency to be the best we can be” Learn More

IRRTC team member Nigel

Nigel Hinson

Associate Trainer / Instructor

“I am dedicated, motivated and passionate about my work. I’m a member of the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) where I am also the chair of the Non-Healthcare Professionals Group” Learn More

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Specialist Instructors

Instructor / Specialist

IRRTC can supply several military and specialist instructors, former and current, serving in specialist areas of expertise delivering our medical and trauma approaches bespoke to client and customer needs. Learn More

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Join Our Team

Associate Trainer / Instructor

Here at IRRTC we are always on the look out for highly professional instructors. If you would like to join our team then please send your details (In English) and CV through to our email address and we will get back to you.

Testimonials

At IRRTC we have some of the most experienced rescue and medical practitioners in the world. We’ve received very positive results from around the globe, below are some of the feedback we have received.


Find out more about IRRTC

At IRRTC we have some of the most experienced rescue and medical practitioners in the world and this experience is used to assess, develop and deliver bespoke solutions as required by our customers. Our worldwide consultancy service also offers a unique ability to perform full gap analysis and strategic reviews of rescue capabilities within a service, region or even country in order to recommend the right options to improve their operational capabilities in a staged and manageable way.

If you would like to find out more about the International Road rescue & Trauma Consultancy LTD, or have a question, please contact us directly using the details to the right or alternatively fill out the form below.

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29 Jasmine close, Blythe bridge, Staffordshire, ST11 9RS

+0044 7760 168767

enquiries@irrtc.co.uk

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