Rescue (technical assistance)

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The dictionary of the German Standing Conference for Disaster Risk Management and Disaster Management describes salvage as a liberation of living beings (humans and animals) from a non-life-threatening situation, which however restricts their freedom of movement. DIN 14011 Fire Brigade - Terms describe mountains as the liberation and securing of dead or lifeless people or animals or of endangered property (works of art, gas bottles etc.) from the danger area. In the regulations of the Swiss Fire Brigade Association, rescue refers to the removal of "lifeless people and animals from the danger zone".

Special equipment is often used, such as B. a rescue shears in vehicle accidents , a hose when sailing or an armored recovery vehicle in the field.

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  1. ^ Project group 5 “Uniform use of language”: Dictionary for civil protection and disaster relief. Standing Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction and Disaster Protection, February 2006, p. 7 , accessed on July 21, 2020 : " Rescue includes measures to free people or animals whose freedom of movement is restricted by external influences."
  2. DIN 14011: 2010-06 Fire Brigade - Terms
  3. ^ Rainer Fritz Lick , Heinrich Schläfer: Accident rescue. Medicine and technology . 2nd Edition. Schattauer, Stuttgart 1985, ISBN 3-7945-0626-X , p. 12-16 .
  4. ^ Daniel Goepfert et al .: Basic knowledge regulations. Fire Brigade Coordination Switzerland FKS, April 2013, p. 60 , accessed on July 21, 2020 : "Rescue of lifeless people and animals from the danger zone"