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Petzl Helmet

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Canyoning Rescue Stretcher

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CONTENT PROGRESS

(See drop down menu for each title). Progress of each issue can be tracked with live thumbnails showing what's on each page of the current and  forthcoming issues. Top right of this homepage is also a latest thumbnail for each title. 

You can't beat PRINTED magazines and we give you the digital version free with a print subscription ($25/4 issues) but if you ONLY want a digital sub the costs are:

4-issue (1 year) pdf sub US$8 

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PRODUCT 

RECALLS

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NOTICES 

 

We also include recalls and safety notices for equipment in ACCESS&RESCUE eMag 

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CLIMBING TECHNOLOGY

ROLL N Lock

first issued Nov '21

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BEING COMPILED

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BEING COMPILED

ACCESS&RESCUE is our FREE  Emag providing background to all the print magazines as well as industrial rope access. They preview what's coming up,  extra articles and archive articles and product info.Issue 47 out now. ACCESS&RESCUE is 2 or 3 times a year. To see more on each issue or to subscribe or buy back issues go to SHOP

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Welcome to the TR Media site, home of three PRINT titles, one Electronic-only title and, eventually an extrication manual.  All of our titles concentrate on equipment and techniques (rather than news and policy which is well catered for in other industry magazines) with Gear Reviews, Market Guides and techniques articles. Details of each issue are on the SHOP page but to make things easier for the free pdf versions you can can just click on most front covers to get them rather than have to use the shopping cart.

Covid, Brexit, climate catastrophes, cost-of-living and the shameful invasion of Ukraine have adversely affected most aspects of life across the world, some very much worse than others. We have been fortunate to have been largely unaffected aside from some production delays and increases in costs.  Otherwise, it's business as normal for us - we were never on time even before all this madness! Because of absurd mailing costs, we had to increase PRINT subscription costs by $5 but Europe now qualifies with UK and US/Canada for free postage. Oz,NZ and South Africa etc. are unfortunately worst affected because we've been mailing at a loss for some time but, in fact, all of our print magazines now cost more than the subscriptions we get for them. We will try to get more local stockists so that mailing costs are circumvented to some extent.   
 
In the current world situation we have made the following PDF versions FREE

TECHNICALRESCUE #70,#71,#73,#77,#78 & #79, #80 &#81
WILDERNESSSAR #7, #8 & #9, #10
ARBCLIMBER#17, #18, #19, #20 & #21 
Get them FREE via the SHOP. You are welcome to share these links with friends and colleagues and via your websites and social media. Hopefully, you'll feel compelled to part with some hard-earned cash to continue receiving either the DIGITAL or the PRINT magazine. The print version includes the digital version free. 


TECHNICALRESCUE  is the oldest international rescue magazine in the world having been published for over 29 years and is for emergency services (fire-rescue, police, tactical/military,  trauma doctors/ambulance, coastguard, medevac helicopters, swiftwater, beach rescue, disaster response, industrial and mines rescue teams). It covers Rope and Water Rescue, Extrication, USAR, ParaRescue, Tactical intervention and EMS. We have recovered some Digital Back issues (39,40,41,46 so far) and we have limited PRINT back issues from 1 to 64  at $3.50/ £2.50 each. Email for details. Issues 8,9, 12,13, 16,19,21,23,26,28 NOT AVAILABLE 

ARBCLIMBER is for professional arborists and forestry workers but also recreational tree climbers. Editorial concentrates on climbing, rigging and rescue plus climbing competitions form around the world. We look in details at all equipment from ropes, hardware, harnesses and helmets to chainsaws, power tools, battery tools, boots, clothing and first-aid/rescue eqpt. Issues 1,2 &4 no longer available in print except for a handful of 'collector's' copies of 1 & 4 recently found & just added. 
NB: FACEBOOK PAGE: We don't do Facebook, Twitter or indeed any social media unless WhattsApping the pub address counts? There is an ArbClimber facebook page but we have no access to it to delete it or amend it because it was put up by a well meaning supporter many years ago.


WILDERNESSSAR originally called  PARKRANGER pre-issue 5. The title was changed to better reflect the coverage which, while including National Parks was thought by many to be exclusively for National Park rangers. It is the same magazine covering Wilderness Search & Rescue, Mountain and Cave Rescue, SAR Helicopters, Search Dog handlers, offshore marine rescue and National Parks personnel. Rope, search and water rescue techniques/equipment form the core of every issue. Also search techniques, heli-ops, trauma, offshore (lifeboats) rescue and surviving in the great outdoors inc. modern clothing, packs, tents, boots and electronics.
 

Our very best wishes to the people of Ukraine in the face of  shameful attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure. Stay safe to all and to emergency  and rescue personnel including some of own contributors, friends  and advisors providing humanitarian assistance  in Ukraine.

 EXTRICATION : Scoop and Run was right all along ?                          Recently published research in the Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, from                              by a team led by NHS (UK) Emergency Medicine Consultant Dr Tim                                                   Nutbeam,  indicated that casualties who remained (trapped) in the                                              crashed vehicle for an extended time were almost twice as likely                                            to die as those who were rapidly extricated. Fire and ambulance                                                 trainers and  operational personnel have acknowledged for some time                                           that concerns with eliminating almost all spinal movement, was                                                       prolonging casualty  time on scene while sufficient space was being                                                  created .  In the next issue of TRm, extrication specialists Richard Denham and Nick Appleton are going to take a look at the main points of all three reports, to see what implications their practical advocacy and application might have for fire and ambulance services in future. This is particularly timely as our original extrication manual 'Crash Rescue' has been completely rewritten and re-photographed to concentrate on the rapid extraction of casualties rather than cut and spread techniques which have been covered well in other manuals from Holmatro and Lukas. CRASH RESCUE (working title!) out later this year, details practical solutions to many of the issues raised by the research.

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Rescue Drone UAV ROV
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Confined Space Rescue Stretchers
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Dog Lifejackets Buoyancy Aids
Hydraulic cutter spreader combi-tool, rescue ram
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Petzl Maestro CMC MPD Harken Clutch
Roll Up Stretchers HeliBags

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MARKET GUIDES

Our complete GUIDES to entire ranges of products including specifications and prices. The tabulated data is objective but the comprehensive introductions single out specific products for analysis as well as providing background to the uses and ranges available.

TR80: Con-Space Rescue Stretchers

           Waterproof Wheeled Long Cases 

TR79: Waterproof Wheeled Cases pt3

TR78: Waterproof Wheeled Cases pt2

TR77: Waterproof Wheeled Cases pt1

TR76: Escape/Bailout Descenders

TR75: AutoLock Descenders

TR74: Search Cameras

           Evacuation Triangles

TR73: Stabilisation Struts

           Progress Capture Pulleys

TR72: Back Up Devices

TR71: Canyoning Hardware

TR70: <10mm Canyoning Ropes

TR69: Mini Hauling Kits

TR68: Harness Tool Hooks

TR67: Escape/Bailout Ropes

TR66: Surface Drysuits

TR65: Multi-Gas Monitors

TR64: Rescue Swivels

TR63: Rescue PFDs with QHRS

TR61: Amphibious Craft

TR60: Water Rescue Boards/Sleds

TR59: Flat-Bottom Polymer Boats

TR58: PWC/Jetbikes

TR57: Hovercraft

TR56: Airboats

TR55: Low Pressure Airbags

TR54: Small High Pressure AirBags

TR53: Large High Pressure AirBags

TR52: Rigging Plates

TR50: Battery Reciprocating Saws

TR49: Hydraulic Rams

WSAR10 Flexible Stretchers

WSAR9: Rigid Frame Stretchers

WSAR8: SAR Dog Harnesses

                Chest Ascenders

WSAR7: <100lm Headlamps

               Lt Belay/Descenders

WSAR6:>200lm Headlamps

WSAR5: >300lm Headlamps

PR/WSAR4: Canyoning Ropes

PR/WSAR3: 11mm Low Stretch Ropes

PR/WSAR2: 10-10.9mm LS Ropes

PR/WSAR1: Rigging Plates

AC21: Climbing Spikes/Spurs/Gaffs

AC20: Battery Backpack Blowers

AC19: Battery Handheld Blowers 

AC18: Chest/Hand Ascenders/Rope Grabs

AC17: Handled Ascenders

AC16: Power Winches

AC15: Hand Winches

AC14: Bollard Lowering Devices

AC13: Foot Ascenders

           Chainsaw Gloves

AC12: Battery Chainsaws

           Impact Blocks/Pulleys

AC11: Rigging Plates

AC10: Mechanical Prusiks

           Tree Climbing Boots

AC9: Chainsaw Boots J-Z

AC8: Chainsaw Boots A-J

AC7: Prusik Cord

AC6: Rigging Ropes pt2

AC5: Rigging Rope pt1

AC4: Climbing Ropes

AC3: Top-Handle Chainsaws

AC2: Helmets (2021 update coming)

AC1: Arb Harnesses

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Oceanid RDC Mud Rescue
Lukas Battery Spreaders

QUARTERLY SUBSCRIBED PRINT magazine is around 70 pages and covers Rope &  Water/Dive rescue, Vehicle Extrication, Tactical, Trauma USAR/Disaster response, Con-Space/Mines rescue:

  • Gear Reviews,

  • Market Guides to entire ranges of equipment

  • Rope rescue, extrication and water rescue in every issue

  • instructional articles

  • teams and incidents 

  • Digital-only (pdf) version available 

TECHNICALRESCUE magazine

BW Bluewater Rope
Canadian Rescue Helicopter
Tactical Ascender stretcher Atlas
Tree Climbing ascending
PortaWrap Lowering Device
Woman Arborist Kask Helmet

QUARTERLY SUBSCRIBED PRINT magazine is around 70 pages and covers climbing, rigging, arboriculture, chainsaws & maintenance, first aid and rescue:

  • Gear Reviews

  • Market Guides to entire ranges of equipment

  • Rope eqpt, chainsaw  and trauma/rescue techniques in every issue

  • instructional articles

  • PPE and competition events 

  • Digital-only (pdf) version available 

ARBCLIMBER magazine

Stihl Battery Chainsaw
Rock Exotica Akimbo
Cousin-Trestec Atrax Rope
Avalanche search dog training in the Pyrenees
Yosemite SAR Helicopter
Ski Patrol

QUARTERLY SUBSCRIBED PRINT magazine is around 70 pages and covers Wilderness Search & Rescue inc. Mountain & Cave Rescue, Water Rescue, Search Dogs & Tracking and Survival. NB: The title changed from PARKRANGER after issue 4

  • Gear Reviews

  • Market Guides to entire ranges of equipment

  • Rope skills & eqpt, Search Techniques,  Incident reports, Kit Guide,  Teams

  • instructional articles

  • Incident reports

  • Digital-only (pdf) version available 

WILDERESSSAR previouslyPARKRANGER magazine

Kong Canyon Water Rescue
Mountain Rescue SAR Stretcher
Mountain Rescue Park Ranger
Aerial Rescue
Technical Rescue SAR
Dutch Police Tactical Climber

QUARTERLY FREE DIGITAL (PDF) ONLY  magazine is around 30 pages and provides:

  • background to our print titles,

  • preview of forthcoming articles

  • extra articles,

  • safety and product recall notices,

  • archive articles 

  • News and Events (our print magazines don't tend to include time sensitive articles)

ACCESS&RESCUE digital magazine

Leader Group acoustic sensors for disaster response
-Westlalnd / Leonardo AW139 NSW Ambulance
Husqvarna Chainsaw