Survival Training

Underwater Egress

Would you know how to respond if you found yourself trapped in an aircraft or vehicle that has plunged into a river, canal or the ocean? It is in these situations that every second matters and without the right training you could be wasting precious time! Let us help get you equipped to deal with any water crash.  Studies have shown that in a survivable helicopter crash 15% of the crew and passengers drown.  At night that number increases to 50%.  Underwater egress training will increase your chances for successful egress to over 90%.

 

Building Egress

It’s time to get equipped for survival and that includes building egress training.  Disasters happen every day!  Emergency Action Plans must be determined long before, in order to have the greatest opportunity for survival.

 

 

All Terrain Survival

We help to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to handle the elements of the wilderness for ultimate survival.  To survive in jungle, desert or mountainous landscapes you must be trained to handle anything. Your survival depends on your knowledge of the terrain, basic climate elements and your will to survive. We help to ensure you are prepared for any situation.

 

An example of some egress survival procedures that you can learn from BOLO3 Professionals:

Egress Procedures 

1. Brace position and take a normal breath (early if possible).

2. Wait for violent motion to stop.

3. Sit up out of your brace position.

4. If needed, move toward, jettison and clear the exit.

5. Establish a reference point on the outside of the exit frame.

6. Release your harness and pull yourself out.

7. Allow natural buoyancy to take you to the surface or, activate your LPU and let it bring you to the surface once you exit.

8. Lead with your hand to clear surface debris and look towards the surface to keep your airway open.

9. Link up with other survivors when reaching the surface and be ready to assist others.

Preflight Inspection of IPHABD

1. Visually inspect the IPHABD for external damage to the cylinder and hose.

2. Inspect the regulator assembly for security and cleanliness.

3. Ensuring that the IPHABD is off, manually purge the regulator (indicated by an audible hiss from the mouthpiece assembly).

4. Ensure pressure gauge reads zero (0).

5. Turn IPHABD on, ensuring pin can be seen through the hole in the black ring.

6. Make sure pressure gauge reads in the green (2700-3000 psi).

7. Briefly purge the regulator and place the regulator up to your ear and listen for leakage. Due to aircraft noise you might not be able to hear air leakage coming from the regulator. In this case, take a short breath from the regulator to ensure it is working properly.

8. Stow IPHABD in pouch, and route regulator up through the LPU.

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Courses Presented by BOLO3 Group

 

Below you will find a list of the Program of Instruction (POI) Provided by BOLO3 Group.  Each POI has a link to it’s Course Description page with you can find more information about the type of education and training that is provided by each course.

 

Course Name

  • Aircraft Ditching
  • Emergency Breathing Systems
  • Shallow Water Egress Training
  • Sea Survival
  • Land Survival