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Festival of Rescue 2022 Results

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The results for the UKRO National Challenges 2022

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West Midlands FSNorthamptonshire Fire CadetsDerbyshire Fire Cadets
Fire Cadet Casualty Care Challenge
1st (18 – 30)1st (31 – 40)1st (41 – 50)1st (51 – 50)1st (55+)
Tim FrostIvan HorbaczPhil MorrisAndrew BotterillAghia Pal
Firefighter Fitness Challenge
1st Team2nd Team3rd Team1st IC1st Medic1st Tech Team
LFBAvon FRSWest Midlands FSLFBMerseyside FRSLFB
USAR Challenge
1st Team2nd Team3rd Team1st IC1st Medic1st Helm
South Wales FRSSurrey FRSHereford & Worcester FRSSouth Wales FRSSurrey FRSAvon FRS
Water Rescue Challenge
1st Team2nd Team3rd Team1st IC1st Medic1st Tech Team
LFBHampshire & Isle of Wight FRSWest Midlands FSWest Midlands FSHereford & Worcester FRSLFB
Rope Rescue Challenge
1st Team2nd Team3rd Team
London Fire BrigadeHampshire & Isle of Wight FRSWest Midlands FS (B)
Trauma Challenge
1st Team2nd Team3rd Team
West Midlands FS and Hampshire & Isle of Wight FRSSouth Wales FRS (Dragons) and South Wales FRS (Bridgend)Lincolnshire FRS and Avon FRS
HGV Extrication Challenge
1st Team2nd Team3rd Team1st IC1st Medic1st Tech Team
Greater Manchester FRSNorthumberland FRSHereford & Worcester FRSGreater Manchester FRSNorthumberland FRSGreater Manchester FRS
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Revised Extrication RTC run-off times for Saturday UKRO2022

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When will the results be available?

UKRO National Challenge 2022 message for all discipline team leaders:

Final results for this year for all teams will be emailed directly to contact provided immediately after the closing ceremony.

The results can also be viewed here

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West Midlands UKRO 2022 handbook is now live

The web version of the handbook is now live, and can be accessed either from our website, going to the competitor’s area, or alternatively from the link below.

For access, a username and password are required please contact Ian Greenman for further information.

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UKRO Live Streaming for West Midlands 2022 Challenge just got even better

This year all parts of the UKRO event are going to be streamed live, powered by LiveU technology, from seven fixed cameras from various parts of the five UKRO venues that is being hosted by West Midlands fire and rescue services.

More details will be listed shortly. The live streams will be carried on the UKRO website, UKRO App that is downloadable free from the Apple Store or the Google play store. More to follow.

Learn more about LiveU solutions and services at: https://www.liveu.tv/solutions/verticals/public-safety

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National Challenge Pre-learning Material

Attention to challengers

Please watch these extrication challenge workshop videos and presentations which may help you during the National Challenges.

Challenge Workshop

Developed by UKRO RTC Education and Development Team

Vehicle Relocation Workshop

Developed by UKRO RTC Education and Development Team

Alternatively Fuelled Vehicles

Developed by UKRO RTC Education and Development Team

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National Challenge Info: Oxygen Cylinders

All teams attending the national challenge are to bring their own oxygen cylinders. These can be empty, as the application of O2 to the casualty will be verbalised with the application of dummy non re breather mask.

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Extrication Challenge Information

UKRO Briefing Note

Purpose: Inform Extrication Teams of the forthcoming changes at the upcoming National Extrication Challenge in West Midlands Sept 2022 

Date: 15th August 2022 

Author: Paul HAMER, UKRO Deputy Extrication Lead 

Contact Details: phamer@ukro.org / 07753840675 

Briefing:

Recent developments in the field of trauma management led by Prof Tim Nutbeam, NFCC, and supported by the UKRO and NFCC have led to significant changes to guidance in spinal management. Where a patient is able to do so and is aware of their actions, self or assisted extrication is the preferred option. This video about the Exit Project provides details about the research and partners that have endorsed the research.  

With a commitment to advance professional rescue, the UKRO assessors and logistic team have considered the implications to the extrication challenge. Continuing the development from the changes introduced at last year’s event, new scenarios have been developed to reflect new guidance.  

Within the scenarios developed for the 2022 National extrication challenge, a weighting system has had to be employed to ensure a fair and balanced scenario. Considerations for Extrications teams when handling the scenarios will include 

Vehicle Relocations: may be considered whilst the casualty is in a stable position within the vehicle and after a full assessment of the casualty injuries to ensure the relocation is a viable consideration 

Multiple Casualties: in some scenarios more than one casualty will be employed as part of the scenario, some may after assessment be able to manage their own C spine and self-extricate 

Internal Casualties: may be suffering from life threating injuries other than C spine and the extrication pathway will need to be made as such to affect the appropriate extrication, even if the casualty can manage their own C spine. 

Vehicle Stability: Is still a major part of the management of the scene and should not be overlooked in preference of a speedy extrication 

Scene & Vehicle Hazard Management: with the increase of Alternative Fuel vehicles on the UK roads, crews should look to ensure the appropriate management techniques are undertaken to render these vehicles safe before and during extrication. 

During the event teams will be given several workshops by the UKRO education team, where questions can be asked, The UKRO Assessing team have all attended these workshops and are aware of the knowledge being imparted to the teams. 

If teams have any further questions these can be directed through the UKRO Extrication team or through the FAQ & Forums on the UKRO Academy site, there will also be opportunity to pose questions to the UKRO Assessing team at the Captains Briefings on Thursday evening, although time may be limited at the event. 

Paul Hamer

UKRO Extrication Deputy Lead / Education 

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Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Regional Extrication Challenge

We are pleased to announce Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will host a challenge event on the 30th July 2022.

All teams are welcome to participate or attend (max 8 teams). Closing date for registration is 18th July 2022.

Cost for teams to participate is £180. Lunch will not be provided but refreshments are available.

Please contact Andy Dixon at andy.dixon@lincoln.fire-uk.org for information.

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UPDATE: Avon Regional Challenge 2022

We are pleased to announce the Avon Regional Challenge 2022 will be held on 14th June 2022. The venue is Hicks Gate Fire Station.

All teams are welcome to participate or attend. Please contact Lee Rogers at lee.rogers@avonfire.gov.uk

UPDATE: Please note the date has changed from the previous date of 22nd June.