Instructor

Scott Hembruff

W-EMT, Instructor

Scott is the Operations Manager and Chief Training Instructor for The Highlands Wilderness Training Institute, In addition to being an avid angler and an experienced boater with many years of experience under his belt, A past member of a local Volunteer Fire Department, possessing a strong background in the emergency services/ rescue and medical field. In addition Scott is a licensed commercial pilot with experience flying floatplanes around the North. Holder of The Royal Life Saving Society Bronze Medallion & Bronze Cross. PADI Open Water Scuba Diver. And recipient of two Central East Base Hospital “Lightning Bolt Awards” for being involved in the successful resuscitation of 2 Cardiac Arrest Victims. A previous member of the Canadian Civil Air Search & Rescue based out of Yellowknife NWT and the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary.

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Overview

Working On Ice Safety Training

 

This course is for individuals or small groups that are required to work or choose to play on bodies of ice covered water. The working on ice program has been created with the emphasis on assessment and “being safe” while working around, or on frozen bodies of water. The goal of the course is to give people practical, assessment and decision making skills to determine safe versus non-safe ice coverings.

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