Posts tagged search and rescue
Smashing It

It was a smashing weekend for Serve On volunteers as International Response Team recruits brushed up their rescue techniques and the Dog Team and others displayed their skills at the Wessex Country Fair in aid of Salisbury Hospice.

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Return to the BVI

Search and rescue volunteers from Serve On will be heading back to the Caribbean to help islanders two years after the devastation of Hurricane Irma.

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Molly Learns To Fly

Search Dog Molly and handler James represented Serve On at the Cascade’19 EU Civil Protection Exercise in Portugal

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SimEx Success

Serve On volunteers joined with #UKIVRA and @Evolsar colleagues for the 2019 Simex Series disaster response exercise.

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Collaboration

Serve On volunteers have been testing the water with rescue partners and a new recruit.

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Better Together

Serve On volunteers were delighted to welcome friends from the new UK International Volunteer Responders Association to April’s IRT training weekend.

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How Can We Help?

Our wonderful volunteers are the first to benefit from helping others. How about you? Please take our short survey.

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Open House

Serve On volunteers showcased their capabilities at the Emergency Response Open Day in Portsmouth.

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New Year, Same Resolve

All of the Serve On teams have been back in training to see in the New Year

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Recognition For Our Rescuers

Serve On’s life-saving work has been rewarded with funding from the government for a new rescue boat.

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Hi Ho, Hi Ho...

The last training session before Christmas for Serve On International Response Team recruits involved some lessons in propping and shoring…with thanks to local builders merchants for the supply of timber

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Our K9 Stars

Huge congratulations to our search dogs Molly and Ziggy, and handlers James and Roger, for passing their operational assessment.

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Game On, Pete!

Serve On International Response Team member and ambassador Pete Dunning is on his way to Australia for the Invictus Games.

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