Minimize your risk, keep your crews safe, and protect your facilities with Dynamic Rescue. Whether you're a small business or a multi-national company, we can provide the Emergency Response, Training, Consulting, and Equipment that you need, whatever the size of your project or scenario. Our rescue professionals have extensive real-world emergency response experience, proven training techniques, and a wide breadth of knowledge from working in our communities for over 30 years in Fire, EMS, and Military backgrounds. Professionally delivered, customized to your site, regulatory compliant, and on budget - Dynamic Rescue is ready to help with your next project.
Why Choose DRS?
With over 80 years in professional rescue among the directors alone, Dynamic Rescue is second to none when it comes to understanding the unique challenges of all types of technical rescue. From our Emergency Standby Technicians and Instructors to our Consultants and Equipment Sales Team, you'll be working with highly qualified professionals who have in-depth and expert experience, as well as your best interests in mind.
We never take our eye off the ultimate goal: the safety of you and your team. We strive to become business partners and not just temporary band-aid solutions. At Dynamic Rescue, we work tirelessly to get you exactly what you need, when you need it, wherever you are. We bring you the best people using the best gear to give you a professional, dependable, and cost effective solution to your technical and emergency rescue needs.
No two businesses are the same, and neither are any two worksites or projects. That's why at Dynamic Rescue we custom tailor all of our services to specifically match the exact risks and needs of your business. Whether big or small, local or abroad, we give you the best team, training, and equipment for your unique challenges.
We know that our job is never done until all of yours are. Dynamic Rescue is here to support you even after you have left our training centre, once your equipment has arrived, and once your crews are back home safely. You can be certain that expert help is always ready and available for you - our commitment to you!
In the last few months there have been at least two tragic incidents in the US resulting in loss of life, another reminder of just how dangerous confined spaces can be.
CMC has issued a recall on the 3D (300880) for Lot Numbers 16001 – 16203.
The first edition of the NFPA 1983 was originally intended to give requirements only for ropes used by the fire service. However, it quickly became apparent that requirements for all other rigging components - hardware, software, and harnesses - would also be needed. As NFPA 1983 has continued to undergo updates and revisions, the standard has grown to encompass a much broader range of equipment, now stipulating requirements for design, construction, and performance.
We've all heard of someone who "broke a hip." But what exactly does that mean? In fact, what exactly are the hips, how do they break, and what can we as first responders and rescuers do about it?
Not surprisingly this is a complex topic with a huge amount of anatomy and physiology involved as well as a lot of research, and sometimes conflicting opinions, on how best to treat.
This blog aims to give you a basic, but comprehensive overview of Pelvic Instability or Trauma. We'll examine the relevant Anatomy and Physiology, Epidemiology, Classifications, Signs and Symptoms, as well as Treatment options for patients suffering from Pelvic Trauma. Stay safe!