Estonian Rescue Association unites and represents organisations operating in the field of voluntary rescue in Estonia.
JetGas, an energy company with Estonian roots, donated an Iveco bus to the Technical Rescue unit of the Estonian Rescue Association.
Volunteers from Päästeliit had the unique opportunity to take part in a training course on rubble rescue during rocket attacks, organised by rescuers from the Rescue Service of Ukraine of Rivne Oblast.
Estonian Rescue Association delivered another shipment of aid for the rescuers of Ukraine!
This time, the aid consignment included 5 Citroen Berlingos and several boxes of first aid supplies to help Ukrainian rescuers in field operations.
Support our cause so that we can respond to accidents quickly and professionally, preventing situations from happening and acquiring new equipment.
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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