Vehicle Rescue Techniques and Trauma training - Corporate Risk

The Risk

Has your corporation every considered any vehicle rescue techniques or basic trauma care in the event of an incident whilst working in remote locations.

vehicle rescue techniques in very remote locationsMany medium and large corporations around the world work in remote environments and in countries with poor road infrastructure and little emergency response provision. Due to the locations of their work, it is often necessary to travel long distances on dangerous roads due to poorly maintained vehicles, untrained road users and poorly maintained roads.

Organisations such as Charities, Health workers, Oil and Gas, Mining, Lumber and many others businesses often have their personnel working in very remote locations or underdeveloped countries around the world.

As part of their corporate risk assessments, it is often identified that one of the biggest risks to their personnel is the chance of a vehicle collision.

In the event of a vehicle collision it is highly unlikely in many parts of the world that there will be any type of effective vehicle rescue services in close vicinity to the incident, and if there is, they will be poorly trained and ill-equipped and could actually make matters worse and compound any injuries sustained.

Having your teams trained in basic Vehicle Rescue techniques combined with basic Trauma training you will greatly enhance survivability rates should a vehicle incident or any other type of medical emergency occur. At IRRTC we have developed bespoke industry packages which can be delivered to your team in order to safely and effectively rescue themselves, clients and colleagues in the event of a road traffic collision or incident.

There is now a wide range of rescue tools which will enhance any rescue operations in the most remote or under developed locations in the world which will greatly increase survivability rates by allowing for a rapid rescue no matter what the environment. IRRTC emergency rescue kit

Vehicle rescue provision can range from having just a rapid response rescue kit such as IRRTC emergency rescue kit (see image) in the rear of the vehicle to having a fully equipped support vehicle attached to your convoy capable of carrying a wide range of vehicle rescue equipment.

Most importantly however is having your personnel medically and technically trained to deal with an emergency and who are capable of rescuing and maintaining life until further support arrives or the casualty can be stabilised and moved to definitive medical care.


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 feel that you would like to know more about us or the service we offer then please feel free to get in touch by contacting Neil Pedersen or Steve North directly or by using the details to the right or alternatively fill out the form below.

Many thanks for your interest and we look forward to providing advice with any enquiries you may have.

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Neil Pedersen
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Steve North
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