Estonian Rescue Association unites and represents organisations operating in the field of voluntary rescue in Estonia.
A delegation of Ukrainian professional and volunteer rescuers visited Estonia to learn about the work of the organisation that brings together volunteer rescuers, under the guidance of the Estonian Rescue Association.
Today, members of the Estonian Rescue Association and the Ukrainian Volunteer Rescue Association signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in Kaberneeme Volunteer Rescue Station, aimed at developing cooperation between Estonian and Ukrainian volunteer rescuers.
During the week-long refresher training, Icelandic volunteers learned how to extinguish forest and landscape fires under the guidance of Estonian Rescue Association.
A week-long period with the Icelantic voluntary rescue, Slysavarnafélagið Landsbjörg gave the Estonians a chance to learn rescue in extreme conditions.
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A ground rescue unit is usually a volunteer fire company with at least one main vehicle, a crew operating it, and associated equipment.
The heart of the maritime rescue unit is the rescue boat, the crew using it, and the relevant communication and special equipment.
Several associations related to specific rescue operations have emerged in Estonia over the past few decades. For example, there are associations whose efforts have been spent on raising and training water rescue dogs.
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