Training & Certification
We deliver safety, rescue and occupational training based on your current occupation
Equipment
Find the best quality rescue equipment suited perfectly to all branches of response and rescue
Contract Services
USA Rescue Network offers contact services created specifically for your group or company
Opportunities
USA Rescue Network is always looking for individuals that fit our mission and want to help us keep others safe
eLearning
Our online safety and awareness courses
  • Swiftwater

    Swiftwater Emergency Response Rescue and Recovery

  • Helicopter Special Operations

    Helicopter Special Operations

  • Ice Rescue

We are North America’s most experienced rescue and safety training provider. Our Master Rescue Instructors have been providing professional performance based rescue and safety training for over 40 years and are international court-recognized subject matter experts.

All USA Rescue Network courses and programs meet and often exceed all applicable industry standards including:
IRIA – NFPA – WORKSAFE – DOT

Find out more about USA Rescue Network either by emailing Jim Lavalley or contacting us by telephone 1-800-663-8931

CHOOSE YOUR COURSE – “BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND” a detailed brochure on how to best choose a particular course or course stream that is right for you or your agency. The Course Decision Guide will guide you through a process. Whether you are responsible for risk (safety/legal) operations (performance) or financial (cost/benefit) this guide will provide an overview of levels and course outcomes that you can review to determine what is best for you or your agency.

Flooding Update in the West

This year, much of the interior and lower mainland of BC has experienced some of the heaviest snow falls since 1974.  A lot of the snow fall arrived and accumulated late in the season.  The late spring (or the spring that didn’t exist) has pushed the melt or freshet into the early summer months – late June and possibly July. [Continue Reading...]

Should we Act or React? How you come to the correct answer can be termed as: defensible risk management!

When an unplanned incident occurs and there are serious consequences, there are a number of ways we can respond. Whether in management, operations or training, there is pressure to do something; often to do something “NOW”!   [Continue Reading...]