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Please submit only sites related to Airborne Search and Rescue. Airborne Search and Rescue makes use of aircraft to perform search and/or rescue operations, often in remote or otherwise inaccessible locations. Sites can be related to teams and organizations, or can include information about training or equipment.

Sites that are related only to the medical transport of patients by aircraft should NOT be submitted here. Such sites should be submitted to Air Ambulance. Search and Rescue sites that do not involve the use of aircraft should be submitted to Search and Rescue or an appropriate subcategory thereof.

To ensure that your submission is listed in a timely fashion, it should be submitted once, to the most appropriate category.

This category is for sites related to Airborne Search and Rescue.
Please submit only sites with general information relating to Search and Rescue, based or working in Canada.

Sites with specific information such as Cave Rescue, Coast Guards and Rescue, Equipment and Training, Maritime Safety Authorities, Organizations, Mountain, Wilderness or Search Dogs should be submitted to that sub category. Sites related to emergency and disaster management, organizations or teams belongs in Health/Public_Health_and_Safety/Emergency_Services/ in relevant sub category.

If your site is not specifically geared towards this category, please submit to the proper category.

Submitting to the wrong category may significantly delay your site from being listed in the directory.

Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

Thank-you for your cooperation.

This category is for sites with general information relating to Search and Rescue and for individuals and individual agencies or teams involved in Search and Rescue, based or working in Canada.

Please submit only sites related to cave search and rescue (i.e., location, rescue (extrication) and initial medical stabilization of victims trapped in caves.

Sites related to other Search and Rescue specialties should be submitted either in the parent "Search and Rescue" category or the appropriate specialty sub-category therein.

This category is for site related to teams, who's primarily role is cave search and rescue or which provide information about cave search and rescue.
Please submit sites that provide equipment, information and training related to Search and Rescue. Sites related to actual search and rescue teams (such as County or Local SAR sites) should be listed under the parent or topic sub category, while umbrella or resource organizations should be submitted to Organizations
This category is for sites that provide equipment, information and training related to Search and Rescue.

Please submit only sites related to Mountain search and rescue (i.e., location, rescue (extrication) and initial medical stabilization of victims trapped in vertical inaccessible locations.

Sites related to other Search and Rescue specialties should be submitted either in the parent "Search and Rescue" category or the appropriate specialty sub-category therein.

This category is for site related to teams, who's primarily role is mountain search and rescue or which provide information about Mountain search and rescue.

Sites related to specific areas such as Cave Rescue, Coast Guards and Rescue, Search Dogs, Equipment and Training, or Maritime Safety Authorities should be submitted to the appropriate category.

Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.
This category is not for individuals, or their individual teams or agencies. This category is for local, state, and national Search and Rescue organizations and associations.
Sites listed here will represent civilian individuals, groups and organizations who train and deploy dogs to locate humans or human remains.

Sites about police or military dogs belong in Society/Law/Law_Enforcement/Police/Police_Dogs or Society/Military/Weapons_and_Equipment/Animals/.
Sites about dogs trained to find explosives belong in Business/Business_Services/Fire_and_Security/Security/Special_Services/Explosives_Detection/, and those specializing in drug detection belong in Health/Addictions/Substance_Abuse/Alcohol_and_Drug_Detection/Canine_Services/.

Sites offering commercial dog training services belong in the Regional category where the business is located. Sites under construction will be deleted.

Dogs can be trained to find lost or injured people, or human remains (cadavers). They may be used for individual cases or as part of a large rescue operation, for example after a natural disaster.
Please submit only sites with general information relating to Search and Rescue, based or working in the United States.

Sites with specific information such as Cave Rescue, Coast Guards and Rescue, Equipment and Training, Maritime Safety Authorities, Organizations, Mountain, Wilderness or Search Dogs should be submitted to that sub category. Sites related to emergency and disaster management, organizations or teams belongs in Health/Public_Health_and_Safety/Emergency_Services/ in relevant sub category.

If your site is not specifically geared towards this category, please submit to the proper category.

Submitting to the wrong category may significantly delay your site from being listed in the directory.

Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

Thank-you for your cooperation.

This category is for sites with general information relating to Search and Rescue and for individuals and individual agencies or teams involved in Search and Rescue, based or working in the United States.

Please submit only sites related to Urban Search and Rescue (i.e., location, rescue (extrication), and initial medical stabilization of victims trapped in confined spaces resulting from structural collapse, transportation accidents, mines, and collapsed trenches).

Sites related to other Search and Rescue specialties should be submitted either in the parent "Search and Rescue" category or the appropriate specialty sub-category therein.

This category is for site related to Urban Search and Rescue teams, or which provide information about Urban Search and Rescue.

Please submit only sites related to water search and rescue (i.e., location, rescue (extrication) and initial medical stabilization of victims trapped in water.

Sites related to other Search and Rescue specialties should be submitted either in the parent "Search and Rescue" category or the appropriate specialty sub-category therein.

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these Submission Tips:

Title: Name of Business or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

This category is for site related to teams, who's primarily role is water search and rescue or which provide information about water search and rescue.

Please submit only sites related to wilderness search and rescue (i.e., location, rescue (extrication) and initial medical stabilization of victims lost in the wilderness.

Sites related to other Search and Rescue specialties should be submitted either in the parent "Search and Rescue" category or the appropriate specialty sub-category therein.

This category is for site related to teams, who's primarily role is wilderness search and rescue or which provide information about wilderness search and rescue.
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