The Australasian peak body for road rescue

Challenges

ARRO produces a range of technical information bulletins and also conducts an annual skills challenge to advance understanding of the science of extrication. In the challenge representatives from most agencies involved in road rescue response in Australia, New Zealand and Australasia come together to learn, exchange ideas and participate in a rescue challenge in the spirit of friendship.

To access this information (other than the Hall of Fame) you need to be a registered member of ARRO.

Challenge Rules, Equipment & Assessment

Challenge Rules, Equipment & Assessment

Australasian Rescue Challenges are conducted under specific rules. Participating teams are assessed in 3 scenario classes (Entrapped, Controlled a... More »

Challenge Management Information

Australasian Rescue Challenges require significant planning by the hosts and a range of skilled ARRO members to form a Challenge Management Team. <... More »

2017 Australasian Rescue Challenge Results & Symposium Presentation

2016 Australasian Rescue Challenge Results

2015 Australasian Rescue Challenge Results

2014 Australasian Rescue Challenge Results

2013 Capital Rescue Challenge

2012 Road Rescue Challenge Tasmania

2011 ARC/WRC Wellington, New Zealand

2010 iRescue Melbourne

2010 iRescue Melbourne

2009 Harbour Challenge Sydney

2009 Harbour Challenge Sydney

For a list of all the award recipients please click on the link below.

Photos and video clips are currently available on the Harbour Challeng... More »

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame lists the overall winners of each national event. The inaugural winner was a Queensland Fire and Rescue Authority team from Rockha... More »

 
 

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