UKRO is committed to improving rescue standards throughout the UK. Bringing together the UKs rescue services and developing their skills to serve the public.
We welcome you to the United Kingdom Rescue Organisation website, a quality resource for all UKRO stakeholders that includes new areas to support our continual push for Education and Skill Development as part of the World Rescue Organisation.
I am delighted to become the new Chairman of UKRO and pay tribute to Steve Apter, our former chair for all the leadership and commitment he has provided our great organisation over the last 24 years. My thanks also to South Wales for what was a dazzling challenge in Cardiff this year, as we look to next years national we take away some great memories and new ideas which ensures the UKRO rescue challenge remains the premier event for technical rescue within the UK. Already our committee has started to move their thoughts to the necessary organising and support for next year's event.
As ever the UKRO could not operate without the support of all its volunteers, patrons, business partners and sponsors, I look forward to working with those dedicated people in the coming years to advance professional rescue, providing the beneficial impact of our charity to the UK and world, making people safer.
Neil Odin (Chair, UKRO)
Please click the UKRO Cardiff 2018 Logo to head to the Challenge Page
If you are interested in hosting the 2020 UKRO
Challenge, please contact Guy Goodman
The FPHC RCSED is pleased to support the endeavours in Pre Hospital Care training of this organisation
We are currently seeking funding for our work overseas through the International Development Programme
UKRO are proud partners with
3 March 2019
UKRO Academy - Have you tried it?
1 March 2019
UKRO 2019 Accommodation now available
31 January 2019
Vehicle Tec Workshops - 2019 Challenge
28 January 2019
UKRO Arrives In Ukraine
23 January 2019
UKRO IDP Head To Ukraine
30 November 2018
Vacancy - Extrication Lead
29 September 2018
News from our Chair Steve Apter
28 September 2018
Trauma and Extrication Friday Results