In Road Crash Rescue (RCR) Challenges, teams are put in scenarios that simulate real life road crashes and are marked on their extrication techniques.
National and regional RCR Challenge take place every two years and are run in accordance with the rules and guidelines laid out by the Australasian Road Rescue Organisation (ARRO).
Rules and other resources that will assist teams with training and officials with preparing are available for download below.
RCR Assessor Policy 2010
RCR Challenge Management Guide
RCR Guides and Scoresheets
RCR Rules 2012
Trauma Challenge RulesPlease log in to download this file
The 2012 National Road Crash Rescue Challenge is scheduled to be held February 17 - 19 and will be hosted by the Queenstown Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Thirteen teams from throughout the country competed in the National Road Crash Rescue Challenge, hosted by Canterbury Provincial Fire Brigades' Association.
Seven South Island teams competed at the 2009 Region 3 & 4 RCR Challenge, hosted by the Cromwell Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Eight North Island teams competed in the 2009 Region 1 & 2 RCR Challenge, hosted by the Greytown Volunteer Fire Brigade.