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Currently there are guides with their rescue dogs, I’m officially formed, evaluated and certified under the training methodology / Intervention Chest, in: Chile Fire, Fire from El Salvador, Colombia National Police, Police Huamantla (Mexico) , Fire Ushuaia (Argentina) and Spain: Fire Consortium Cadiz, Cordoba City Fire Department, Fire Hall Fire Consortium Cordoba and Huelva (Canine teams of these four bodies, which are well integrated and are activated by the Organization of United Firefighters Without BUSF Borders), Fire City of Granada, Seville City Fire (Unity pioneer formed in 1996), Fire Hall Malaga, Madrid City Council Fire, Fire Consortium Guadalajara Huelva Fire Consortium, Consortium of Alicante Fire, Fire Hall Valladolid (Dog Team of the Body which is also integrated and active through GEBOCYL Organization, Group of Specialists Fire Castile Leon).

Furthermore, to date, I have trained and officially certified as Technical Director and General Instructor numerous guides and / or official instructors in Disaster Rescue Dog Method Chest, specialists who have witnessed the unique effectiveness of Method Chest, 84 selected institutions (Police, Fire, Army, Civil Defense and Red Cross) from a total of 17 countries affected by some level of seismic risk. These official certificates of approval for operation and search and rescue in collapsed structures, for guides, instructors, or Rescue Dogs are always issued in compliance with official regulations Method Chest, officially credited behind the relevant prerequisites, courses and exceeded regulatory respective relevant assessments, and carrying them out, officially, by the relevant government institutions and have been for example: Public Safety Division of the Ministry of Interior of Chile, Ministry of Interior of El Salvador, Ministry of Government of Ecuador, Colombia Ministry of Defense, Ministry of National Emergency by the President of the Republic of Paraguay …. . .

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