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Since 2004, Global Rescue has performed more than 10,000 operations on behalf of our members in more than 150 countries. Today we employ more than 250 personnel in 7 offices in 5 countries and are the provider of choice for travelers, organizations and governments worldwide.
Global Rescue is the only vertically integrated provider of travel risk, crisis management and response services for corporations, governments, academic institutions and NGOs.
We provide organizations with state-of-the-art technology to track your assets, monitor emerging threats, meet Duty of Care requirements, reduce travel risk, and improve resilience by responding to emergencies worldwide.
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March 15, 2016
Global Rescue Ready with Services for 2016 Climbing Season in Nepal
Crisis team on the ground in preparation; conducts dozens of Himalayan rescues each season
Boston, Mass., March 15, 2016
- Nearly one year after Nepal’s devastating earthquake and avalanche, climbers are expected to travel to the country in the coming weeks for renewed Everest attempts during the spring Himalayan climbing season.
, the leading travel risk and crisis management firm providing integrated medical, security, evacuation, and travel intelligence services to individuals, organizations and governments, will have its Operations personnel in place ready to support the climbing community.
Following last year’s earthquake, Global Rescue responded to over 125 requests for assistance. The company actively coordinated air and ground resources to evacuate injured and stranded members, including groups of climbers from Everest’s Camp 1 and Camp 2. In the first 24 hours after the quake, Global Rescue personnel also helped triage more than 200 humanitarian cases.
“After tragedies in Nepal during the past two seasons, many climbers whose plans were interrupted are expected to return to the region,” said Dan Richards, CEO and founder of Global Rescue. “As in prior years, our personnel will be on the ground in Nepal and prepared to respond to any situation.”
Typically hundreds of climbers attempt to summit Everest during the spring season, with many others setting their sights on peaks in popular regions including Khumbu, Annapurna, Langtang and numerous others. Altitude sickness and weather can pose serious hazards for climbers.
Global Rescue’s highly trained personnel have been conducting rescue and evacuation missions in Nepal every season for more than a decade, regularly performing dozens of helicopter evacuations in the Himalaya each year. The company’s physicians and critical care paramedics are stationed in Nepal to assist climbers who are ill, injured or need to be evacuated.
About Global Rescue
Global Rescue is the leading worldwide provider of integrated medical, security, intelligence, travel risk management and crisis response services to enterprises, governments and individuals. Founded in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Global Rescue's unique operational model provides best-in-class services that identify, monitor and respond to potential threats. Global Rescue has provided medical and security support to its clients, including Fortune 500 companies, governments and academic institutions, during every globally significant crisis of the last decade.
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