Our company has a compliment of fire supression apparatus, including an Engine, Quint, and Tanker. Our members have countless hours of training in residental and commercial structural firefighting.
Rescue 37 has a full compliment of Amkus rescue tools, multi-winches and winch points, Paratech Acme Thread struts, Paratech Highway Struts, multiple heavy lift devices, and assorted cutting tools. Members are trained to the Special Vehicle Rescue level and multiple members are Vehicle / Machinery Rescue (NFPA 1006).
With our quick response units and AED training, we are able to deliver care as First Responders to those with medical emergencies such as cardiac arrest.
Four inflatable boats, one rock proof boat, and a fortuna to round out our water fleet. Trained in WRER, ALSR, and several have completed Surface Water Technician (NFPA 1006)
Rescue 37 carries exothermic cutting devices, a large compliment of hand and air driven tools, an extremity rescue kit, and multiple small air bags. Members receive advanced training in Man vs. Machine rescue.
Our members are trained to perform as a Rapid Intervention Team, assisting emergency personell that may become endangered or entrapped during the line of duty.
Rescue 37 carries a complement of Confined Space equipment including multiple tri-pods (both industrial and rope rescue style), rope, winches, fall arrest devices, extended air lines and patient packaging equipment. Members are trained to a minimum of Confined Space Operations with multiple members achieving Confined Space Rescue Technician (NFPA 1006).
Rescue 37 carries exothermic cutting devices, a large compliment of hand and air driven tools, an extremity rescue kit, and multiple small air bags. Members receive advanced training in man vs machine rescue.
Rescue 37 carries a large assortment of Rope hardware and software including MPDS, Arizona Vortex, Aztek kits ad a rope gun. Members are trained in Basic Ropes and Rigging, Rope 1,2,3,4 and several members are Rope Rescue Technicians (NFPA 1006).
Members are trained to support search and rescue activities resulting from collapse of a building or structure.