Working at Heights in Mining: Why You Need a High Angle Rescue Team

Working at heights is any situation where a worker could fall to a lower level than the one they are standing or sitting on. Heights of above 1.8m are considered fatal heights, while heights lower than 1.8 are considered injury danger zones.

Working at Heights in Mining: Why You Need a High Angle Rescue Team2020-02-28T15:42:30-07:00

6 Mine Safety Tips To Keep You Healthy & Accident-Free

Workplace safety is important for many professions, but it’s especially important for workers in the mining industry. Mining is considered to be one of the 10 most dangerous jobs, with about 19.9 fatalities per 100,000 workers, so proactively taking safety precautions is one of the best ways to reduce serious injuries and fatalities while on the job.

6 Mine Safety Tips To Keep You Healthy & Accident-Free2020-02-28T15:37:50-07:00

Top 10 Emergency Response & Rope Rescue Blog Posts of 2014

As trained and certified firefighters and rope rescue technicians, we believe in educating companies and workers on the importance of proactive safety and how to handle emergency situations.

Top 10 Emergency Response & Rope Rescue Blog Posts of 20142020-02-28T15:46:01-07:00

Protocol Rescue Performing a High Angle Rope Rescue (Video)

Protocol Rescue recently teamed up Devon Fire Department in Alberta for a joint exercise to perform a mock technical rope rescue of an injured person at the edge of a cliff. The rescue was filmed by Battalion TV, a web TV show about real-life firefighters and emergency response heroes.

Protocol Rescue Performing a High Angle Rope Rescue (Video)2020-02-28T16:00:46-07:00

Oil & Gas Sites: Why You Need an Emergency Response Team

Oil and gas workers are highly valuable and skilled workers. In addition to certain situations requiring emergency response teams on standby, by law, it’s also in a company’s interest to protect their workers to ensure maximum productivity. Serious injuries can result in employees taking upwards of 50 days of paid leave or in the worst case, not able to return to work at all.

Oil & Gas Sites: Why You Need an Emergency Response Team2020-02-28T15:42:34-07:00

Why Outsourcing High Angle Rope Rescue Makes Sense When Oil Prices Are Low

In today’s market with soft oil and commodity prices affecting the short-term viability of new and existing projects, outsourcing can be attractive because as it allows you to quickly and easily change course to minimize cost, maximize cash flow and mitigate risk.

Why Outsourcing High Angle Rope Rescue Makes Sense When Oil Prices Are Low2020-02-28T15:38:34-07:00