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We here at Technical Rescue Systems are making accommodations and updates to help keep us all safe….

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic all of here, at Technical Rescue Systems, have recently made many changes, precautions and custom updates to our training programs. We have designed an interactive and progressive teleconference format allowing our students to complete the classroom portion remotely, prior to our “Hands-On” sessions.  Once we are all able and safe […]

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Introducing our new TRS “Mobile On-Site Training Unit”

It’s been 7 months in the making, purchase, designing, developing, constructing and implementing our new concept ….. Finally… with two very successful classes (Tower Climbing Safety and Rescue and Confined Space Entry and Rescue) “trial run” completed we are ready to introduce our new Mobile On-Site Training Unit.We will be updating you all frequently … […]

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How important is recertification / continued training?….

Very important for sure… Our learned skills are “perishable… The consequences for “getting rusty” in our business could prove catastrophic. Also many national standards and training skills improve and change making it imperative we keep a schedule of recertifications and retraining… Here are several of many training concepts we share: “Keep your basic skills up”. […]

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Wow…. Celebrating our 32nd year in business!

    Check out our training travels…. Amazing how many places we’ve been and how many wonderful people we’ve met over the years! Feels like yesterday when I registered our trade name “Technical Rescue Systems”. Typed up a brochure and had some business cards printed.    We sent some 200 brochures out in the mail….  […]

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Introducing our new small Med Kit

Second to making sure you know and are trained in CPR – Having a med kit of some kind can really save a life. Here are a few thoughts behind our med kit features and design… It was initially designed by the military as a “battle field med kit” to “stop the bleeding – plug […]

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How many muscles do humans have in their fingers?

How many muscles do humans have in their fingers? (a)  201 (b)  32 (c)  17 (d)  0   Answer….. (d)  0 / Zero  Fingers do not contain muscles (other than arrector pili). The muscles that move the finger joints are in the palm and forearm. The long tendons that deliver motion from the forearm muscles may be observed to move […]

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