When I look back at some of the hazardous jobs I’ve had, they make Search and Rescue look easy in comparison.
Why searching for a Dog is in the interest of public safety
The WorkSafeBC report into a SAR Volunteer’s death is boiled down into headlines before the upcoming inquest.
The author wonders why there’s a discrepancy between the avalanche bulletin written by the CAC and Whistler/Blackcomb.
Some musings on the differences between hazard, risk and consequences as they relate to risk management in search and rescue.
The avalanche hazard is extreme in the Sea to Sky region, but the avalanche bulletin doesn’t contain is a warning about skip and fall hazard
A lot of people, including those that should know better, insist on blaming the victim of a backcountry search or rescue.