Protocol Rescue provides high angle rope rescue and confined space entry rescue emergency services at mining, oil & gas facilities during construction, shut down / turnaround and other maintenance projects.
Founded in 2010, and based in Edmonton, Protocol Rescue works in the Alberta and Saskatchewan markets with clients such as Husky, Black & MacDonald, Potash Corp. and Southern Pacific Oil.
We are experienced with designing and executing rescue plans for construction and maintenance projects including the inside of product storage tanks, internal processing equipment, or at heights requiring fall arrest hardware.
Our onsite team typically includes firefighters, medics and rope access members. Given the nature of our team’s specific emergency response training, we hold certifications that other safety companies do not.
Protocol Rescue’s emergency services related to high angle rope rescue and confined space entry procedures includes:
• High Angle Rope Rescue Plans
• Confined Space Entry Rescue Plans
• High Angle Rope Rescue Standby Services
• Confined Space Entry Emergency Standby Services
• Equipment Rental and Management
• Emergency Services Oversight and Management
Jesse has spent his career working in the emergency services space and is a passionate firefighter and rope rescue technician. In 2011, he founded Protocol Rescue with the goal of helping oil, gas and mining companies provide safe working environments for their employees.
The emergency rescue teams he assembles consist of firefighters, medics and rope access members, depending on the project or the situation.
John is an experienced rescue professional working as a medic and instructor in technical rope and confined space rescue. With over 25 years of caving experience, John brings creative rope solutions to the industrial setting. Having enjoyed 7 years with the ambulance service, John passes on his experience to the Protocol Rescue team as a rescue instructor.