Emergency notice

An emergency notice can come from different places such as an emergency control center, firemen, police, citizens, etc. The data that will need to be gathered is as follows:

  • The type of disaster.
  • Place and approximate time of the happening.
  • Approximate number of people trapped inside the building.
  • Affected area in the case of a catastrophe.
  • Possible ways of access.
  • Means of available transportation.

Centralization and transfer of the units: The operation will start out by a quick notification, communicating all of the essential data of the disaster zone and agreeing on the most adequate meeting place depending on the circumstances such as if they need to get together in the airport, the actual disaster zone etc. This information will be notified to:

  • The Unit Leaders
  • Rescue Guides
  • Police, Firemen
  • Personnel to put up on site toilets etc.

When these types of catastrophes occur it is very fundamental for the rescue units to have a helicopter at disposition permanently.

Search Rescue Dogs Puppy's Life Stages Puppy's body language All about search and rescue dogs Training Process Tracking Dogs Trailing Dogs that search by scent Disaster strikes Search Rescue Rescue Dogs Handlers A dog's best ally Retrieving Tracking Training Search Bark Alert The Basics Search rescue SAR dog SAR jobs SAR Dogs Water Rescue Dogs Water Rescue Wilderness Search Dogs Rescue Missions Search Strategies Avalanche Rescue Avalanche Rescue Missions Canine training Techniques Environmental Technical Analysis Aptitude tests Signaling a dog Dog Training Practice "victims" dog rescue training tips Signaling phase Search buried person Dog Stimulus Chained search Blocking technique Techniques Feasible Localization Technique Support Chained search no body Basic behavior Emergency notice Recognizing catastrophe Security Rescue Different Structural Intervention plan Search-Rescue Operations Rope Knots Ascending rappel equipment techniques Rescue guides Rescue Maps Injured Victims Search and Rescue Medical Emergencies SAR dog accidents SAR dog injured SAR dog broken bones SAR Dog Shock Bloated SAR Dog Hazardous poisoning Heimlich maneuver Diarrhea Dog fainting dog drowning Dog frostbite Heat stroke Dog asphyxiation Electric shock Artificial respiration Poisons Dog insect stings Poisoning Bleeding Bone Fractures