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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: .. DARTMOOR RESCUE GROUP.. The Dartmoor Rescue Group was started in 1968 in the Tavistock area when a small group of local moorland enthusiasts started helping the police with search and rescue on Dartmoor.. In due course a recognised official rescue team was formed which became affiliated to the Mountain Rescue Council.. Currently the Group consists of four Search and Rescue Teams (SART) based in Ashburton, Okehampton, Tavistock and Plymouth.. Each team is a separate charity and is capable of functioning independently.. However the teams frequently operate together and so each team is part of the Dartmoor Rescue Group which is a separate charity and which co-ordinates common training, equipment and communications  ...   on the number of people who require rescuing or the area to be searched, a callout may consist of one, two or three teams and usually at least one team is kept as a back up in case of an extended operation.. DRG teams provide a search and rescue service in the rest of Devon and Cornwall and may be used to support the Cornwall and the Exmoor Search and Rescue teams.. We would like to thank A38.. com for donating the.. web design.. and hosting our website.. Supported By.. Home.. |.. Join.. Fund Raising.. Contact.. Links.. Weather.. Accessibility.. Ashburton.. Okehampton.. Plymouth.. Tavistock.. Registered Charity No.. 286680.. A38.. com -.. web design plymouth..

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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: TEAM MEMBERSHIP.. There is a standardized training program which must be completed by every prospective new member.. This would normally be done over a series of training meets.. Topics covered include night navigation, first aid and casualty handling, radio procedures, search techniques etc.. Some Sections have waiting lists.. Applicants for membership are expected to be at least 18 years of age They must be able to demonstrate a knowledge of Dartmoor and be an experienced and capable walker.. Training in the special skills required is given by the Group but those who are accepted as members are expected to have the appropriate kit and knowledge to be self-sufficient on the moor for  ...   search can be at any time of year and any time of day (or night).. Once the subject is found every team member has a task to ensure the stabilisation and smooth evacuation of the casualty.. Stretcher carry-offs may be several miles over rough terrain and demand a high level of expertise to ensure the casualty arrives at hospital in a condition to allow a speedy recovery.. Good teamwork, which only comes from regular practice, is essential so everyone knows they can rely on the others to do what is needed and expected.. If you think you have the commitment to be a member of the DRG or require further information, then please..

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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: FUNDRAISING.. Fundraising is a never-ending task for organisations such as the DRG and a large amount of members' time has to be devoted to it.. Most fund-raising by members is for the benefit of their own Section, but the Group as a whole also raises funds and gratefully accepts donations..  ...   our service to the community.. We are most grateful for all contributions.. They all go towards helping us provide a service to the community - not just the adventurous moor walker.. If you, your group or your organisation would like to help the work of the Dartmoor Rescue Group, please..

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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: CONTACT.. To contact Dartmoor Rescue Group please click on the email link below..

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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: DARTMOOR RESCUE GROUP - LINKS.. UK RESCUE SITES.. Dartmoor.. DSRT TAVISTOCK.. DSRT (OKEHAMPTON).. DSRT (ASHBURTON).. DSRT (PLYMOUTH).. Rest of UK.. Mountain Rescue Council of England and Wales.. CORNWALL SRT.. Kinder MRT.. Glossop MRT.. Buxton MRT.. Cockermouth MR Team.. Keswick MR Team.. Association of Lowland Search Rescue.. Exmoor Search and Rescue Team.. Bolton MR Team.. Bowland-Pennine MR Team.. Rossendale SR Team.. Ogwen Valley MR Team.. Patterdale MR Team.. Wasdale MR Team.. Glossop  ...   SARDA SITES.. NSARDA.. SARDA ENGLAND.. SARDA SCOTLAND.. SARDA SOUTHERN SCOTLAND.. SARDA (SOUTH WALES).. SARDA LAKES.. CAVE RESCUE.. Cave Rescue Organisation.. Devon Cave Rescue Organisation.. USEFUL DARTMOOR SITES.. Ten Tors Event.. www.. dartmoor-ranges.. co.. uk.. Dartmoor National Park.. OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES.. Devon and Cornwall Police.. Devon and Cornwall Police Missing Persons.. SWAST.. Devon and Somerset Fire Rescue.. HM Coastguard.. COMPANIES.. Paramo Directional Clothing.. com Internet Services.. Kountry Kit (Tavistock).. Endurance Life.. Home..

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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: See for yourself through.. DartCam..

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  • Title: Dartmoor Rescue Group
    Descriptive info: ACCESSIBILITY.. Introduction.. This section describes the basic controls that are built into the most common operating systems and web browsing applications that may make it easier for people with disabilities to access the internet.. For further information on more specialist equipment and software for blind people, please visit the products section of the.. RNIB.. website.. Operating systems.. Both Windows and Mac OS provide some control over the working environment of the computer desktop through control panels (available via Start then Settings on a PC or the Apple menu on a Mac).. The options vary between systems and between different versions of the same system.. Consult your operating system manual or on-screen help for more detailed instructions.. Monitor.. There are a two main ways to control the monitor display to make it easier to view.. Contrast.. - increasing the contrast, either by a control on the monitor itself or through an on-screen control panel, allows you to improve the definition of images and text.. Colours.. - the colours of different components of the desktop display, such as window frames and the desktop itself, can be changed to make items easier to see.. Mouse.. The pointer can be made bigger (PCs only) or to move at different speeds.. It can also be made to create a 'jet-stream' trail as it moves, which makes  ...   sound when any of the LOCK keys are pressed and a low sound when deactivated.. Web browsing software.. Most web browsing software packages have settings that allow you to change the size and style of text to suit your needs.. These changes usually override the layout of the web document.. Below are details of how to change these settings in two of the most common browsers:.. Quick Fix.. Netscape Communicator.. Click on the View button and then choose the Increase Font or Decrease Font until the text is the size that suits you best.. Microsoft Internet Explorer.. Click on View, then choose Text Size or Text from the menu and highlight your preferred size.. Preferred Settings.. You can further customise both applications to ensure that you get the best layout possible.. Click on Edit, then choose Preferences from the drop-down list.. Click on the Appearance option from the left-hand menu to change the font size and web colours.. You can also choose to override certain layouts of the web document, and use your custom settings throughout.. Click on Tools, and choose Internet Options from the drop-down list.. This opens the General options tab with four buttons along the bottom, for Colours, Fonts, Language and Accessibility.. The accessibility button allows you to override the web document layout and use your settings throughout..

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