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  1. Possibilities inRescuewithWater rescuedogs BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  2. Aims to be reached : * Differen’t possibilities of exercises * The use of dogs and why ? * Exercises when you are alone * Crafts and dogs * Different locations BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  3. Composition of K9 teams One handler One dog One handler Two dogs ??????? BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  4. The K9 Water Rescue Team • One handler and one dog • Responsible for his dog • Responsible for the personal equipment of himself and his dog • Able to work with other K9WRT • Last word about his dog ( fatique,end exercises,go to lower level…..) BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  5. MORE THAN ONE TEAM ON BOARD BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  6. Training ground • Device into different area’s • Rest place => relaxe dog and handler • Exercise place => training dog’s • Equipment area ( separate fuel ) • First aide and emergency area • Spectators safe place BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  7. Different kind of trainings • Basic trainings • Technical training ( handler – dog ) • Fysical training ( handler – dog ) • Combined exercises • Rescue exercises BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  8. Basic Equipement Rescue device ready to be used KNIFE Paddles BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  9. MANNEQUIN RESCUE BOARD FLOATING DEVICE DOG RESCUE TUBE PADDLE FLOATING ROPE BUOY

  10. Basic exercises • Training of standard exercisestoprepare dog • Exemples : * Apport ( bumper – playobjects ) * Retrieve passieve victim * Retrieveactivevictim * Towing a boat * Team walk andswim BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  11. Basic training “ apport “ BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  12. Basic training one victim BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  13. Technical training ( handler – dog ) • Training of techniques ( main goal exercise) • Fysical part is ondergeschikt • First part of the training, after warming up • Exemples dog : * Bringingobjects ( rope,lifejacket) to boat,victim * Retrievetwo or more activevictims * Towing a boatlateralto person in water * Tobesteeredbyhandlerfrombehind BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  14. Technical training BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  15. Technical training ( handler – dog ) • Exempleshandler : * Towgrips ( towingvictim ) * Escape grips * Workwith equipement : boat, rescue tube,rescueline,throwback,flippers…. * Usefloatingdevices ( lifejacketdog-men) * Steering dog frombehind * correct use of a rescue board BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  16. Fysicaltraining ( handler – dog ) • Training of fysiques ( main goal exercise) • Technical part is ondergeschikt,but must be correctlyexecutedtillcertain level. 3. Second part of the training=> main body 4. Exemples dog : * Team swim 400 meters * Retrievetwo or more activevictims long distance ( 50 – 200 – 400…meters) * Towing a boatlongerdistanceswith peopleinside. BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  17. Fysicaltraining ( handler – dog ) 4. Exemples handler : * Team swim 400 meters * Retrieve active victim long distance ( 50 – 200 meters) with rescue tube,without dog. * Running a long the beach with dog 200 meters up to 400. * Using rescue board – sit on top canoe BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  18. Fysical training BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  19. Combination of exercises • Training the skills dog andhandlerto a varity of possibleobstaclestheycan meet in the water. • Allexercises are put togetherexemple : Start team swim => retrieveactivevictim => next continue toretrievepassivevictim => way toshore => pick up the lost boatand put victims in the boat. Dog towboattoshore. BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  20. Combination of exercises 3. Allexercises are put togetherexemple : Start IRB 400 m => dog drop into water keep activevictimfloating ( priority rule ) => IRB pick up passivevictim =>pick up the dog and his passenger. • Submergedvictime => handler go out of IRB anddiveto collect victim => once at surface => dog tojumpandtowboattohim=> in IRB withvictimand dog => shorewith IRB BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  21. Rescueexercises 1. Prepared rescue exercises SERC => unknown situation has to be solved => Feed back and eventual rehearsal 2. Accidental rescue exercises Middel of a trainingexercise rescue simulation build on trainers order. 3. Real rescue => code word => all exercises will stop immediatly and trainer will lead and organise rescue ! BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  22. Rescueexercisesin order withrescue principes • Recognizing the problem • Ajust to the situation • Making action plan • Execution of the action plan • First aide – after care ( not alwaysinvolvedat training) BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

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  24. Preparations • Planning data and places • Inventarisation equipment needed • Number of dog teams • Risk assessement • Making trainingsfiche for groups of 2/3 teams ( by level of readiness) • Debriefing training BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  25. Risk assessementFor a Rescue Training BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

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  27. System of working in onegroup “Everybody must be involved and working” Groups of 2 max 4 teams A.1 working Team B.1 helper ( mute,only adjust dog and look for safety problems => more groups) C.1 – 2 helpers role victim,IRB driver After execution: A=>B => C => D => A+dog (Circle till every team has made the exercise !) BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  28. System of working more groups “Every group must be involved and working at the same time” *Creating of different lanes ( wide 15 to 20m) *Dispatching IRB to A group for IRB training. *B group start from beach withhout IRB *C group canoe,rescue board *D group beginners Turning for equipement A=> B => C => D => A !) BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  29. Levels of difficulties BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  30. Mission • Groups of 3 and making trainingsfiche ( 15 to 20 minutes ) • Briefing for evening training at Hombeek ( 10 minutes ) BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1

  31. Questions ? BASIS- / HOGER REDDER Redding 1