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In collaboration with the Espace Ski de Rando de Chartreuse, we offer this training in order to master the use of DVA-Sonde-Pelle emergency equipment as well as the methods of searching, locating and clearing a buried victim. The training is based on internationally recognized methods and knowledge.
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1- In the room (1 hour):
Coffee / Home / Presentations.
Presentation of DVAs, probes, excavators and operation.
Justification of the autonomous rescue.
What to do in the event of an avalanche accident (in a group/alone).
DVA/sensor/excavator research phases.
2- In the field (3 hours):
Group "Transmit/Receive" control procedure.
Training in the research phases with DVA.
Simple burial research.
Simple avalanche rescue scenario.
3- In the room (30 min.):
Debriefing of the day.
Duration: ½ day, meet at 8:30 am at the reception desk of the Espace Ski de Rando, in St-Pierre-de-Chartreuse
Objectives: autonomy in DVA search and simple avalanche rescue.
Travel on the ground: on snowshoes, on foot or on skis according to your practice.
=> Be able to manage a simple multi-burial situation in an avalanche;
=> Be able to organize an avalanche rescue with your group.
After the training, you will be able to:
> organize the Transmitting/Research test for the group;
> conduct research in multiple burial situations;
> implement the group's procedures;
> determine the strategy to adopt in response to the situation;
> conduct the rescue operation;
> organize the collective clearing of the buried;
> welcome professional first aiders;
Teaching method :
Time to review the fundamentals in the classroom, then put them into practice in the form of simple and complex scenarios (multi-teaching) in the field.
DVA-shovel probe (to be discussed with the organizer), and the necessary equipment (shoes, clothing,...) to operate on snow-covered terrain.
Be able to at least:
use the elementary functions of its DVA;
carry and assemble your equipment;
implement basic actions in the event of an avalanche accident;
Framing: Authorized mountain guides ANENA
Documents provided: Avalanche Rescue in Autonomy booklet and a "ANENA Training" partner card
Groups constituted: consult us (min. 4 people)
Group of 8 people maximum
Contact: Jonathan Rouquairol: 06 86 94 25 56 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mandatory registration on our online registration Platform