Emergency Building Shoring

About the Class

This extensive 24-hour hands-on course covers Technician Level Structural Collapse and Shoring in NFPA 1670, and meets FEMA Specialists Requirements.

Skills Taught

Safety practices, indications of collapse, formations of voids, building weight estimates, shoring principles, concepts, and construction; stages of search and rescue, victim recovery and extrication, and incident termination and debriefing.

Class Includes

CMC School Certificate of Completion
CMC Emergency Building Shoring Notebook and FEMA Field Guide (SOG)
CMC School T-shirt

Enrollment Requirements

Completion of Rescue Systems I, or a background in basic rope rescue is suggested.

NOTE: Your spot is not guaranteed until you are contacted by CMC Rescue School confirming your enrollment. The Rescue School administrator will contact you 45 days before the start date to confirm the class will be held as scheduled. We strongly suggest that you do not make any travel arrangements before that time, as classes are subject to cancellation.

Class Fees

EARLY (TBD) when registered and paid 45 days in advance
REGULAR (TBD) when registered and paid less than 45 days in advance

Class Size

Limited to 24 students. We emphasize hands-on instruction and encourage participation by everyone in the class. Classes fill early so register soon.

Related Classes

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Contract classes can be tailored to your specific needs and taught at your location. This allows your rescue or rope access team to develop skills based on the situations they would most likely encounter.