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MRC's basic four day RHIB, IRB, or rigid hulled training class is built around the following elements:
  • Basic high and low speed operations
  • In water victim recovery (including multiple victims)
  • Open water search patterns
  • Stern and side towing
  • Rescues around fixed hazards (rocks, piers, or debris in open water) by using throwing devices or rescue swimmers
  • Running alongside another vessel underway
  • Helicopter hoists
  • Start up and shut down procedures, and engine familiarization and trouble shooting for outboards, diesels, props, and jets
  • Sponson and valve repair (RHIB and IRB only)
  • Principles of rescue swimming
  • Use of rescue equipment
MRC is frequently asked to create additional curriculum to cover the specific, and sometimes unusual, operational needs of our clients. These have included:
  • Surf operations, and beaching and launching through surf
  • Launch and recovery from ships
  • Multiple victim scenarios
  • Specialized law enforcement, security, or unusual rescue pararmeters
  • Specialized vessels (including high speed craft)
  • Operations in swiftwater
  • Night operations
MRC has particular expertise in several other training areas, including:
Rescue Swimming
Davit Training

If a client has a training requirement involving rescue boats, boat davits, or rescue swimming, MRC can customize a training class built around its core curriculum to meet the need.

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