The rescue of people from fall endangered areas, e.g. confined spaces, cranes, cliffs, cable cars, etc. is a special challenge for the fire service and the ambulance services. To provide the best possible help for victims it would be necessary that the rescuers are multi-skilled both in rope rescue techniques and in medical emergency response. Due to the general task of the fire service on one hand and the ambulance service (EMS) on the other hand the necessary multi-skills are very often not provided by the standard training program of these organizations due to the national organization of theses services.

Main aims and objectives: The didactical concept and material of the previous project is applied to the sector of ambulance services and/or medical doctors which do not have own specific training programs for rope rescue.

Outcomes of the project: Curriculum for training in medical emergency response of rope rescue teams; Curriculum for training of medical response teams in fall protection; e-learning tool as didactical/learning material.

Impact envisaged: Rescue for victims in fall endangered areas will be more efficient because the necessary medical treatment in remote locations can provided by trained responders on the spot.