Elevated stations

Slanted roofs

Elevated training stations are used to train rescue personnel operating at heights. They allow the training in personnel evacuation from heights and the honing of emergency techniques used at heights. The training modules, in the form of a gable roof, can be installed on containers or be constructed as a free-standing variant on their own steel structure. They are supposed to simulate the roof coverings of buildings that firemen in training will have to dismantle.


possibility of perfecting various rescue techniques

utilisation of free space above the containers

rescue personnel work at heights

application of special equipment

training of personnel evacuation from heights

passage through confined spaces

Gable roof installed on container roofs

Short station description

– various roof coverings (sheet steel, roof tiles, sheet tiles, felt, wood board, squared timber),
– roof windows covered by OSB and sheet metal (for cutting with mechanical demolition equipment),
– single roof plane equipped with PV panels (to simulate their fire),
– chimney (simulating a soot fire in the chimney)

Freestanding roof

dimensions: height – 10 m; width – 7 m, length – 16 m

steel structure, fully screw-mounted

the entire system is supported on reinforced concrete spot footing

the front part of the wall includes a climbing wall

chimney base simulating a chimney soot fire

possibility of installation of PV panels imitating a system fire

the slanted part of the roof includes a hatch

it is possible to adapt the slanted part of the roof to train using equipment for cutting openings in the sheet steel and wooden panels

Other stations


Elevated stations in the form of a well and roof evacuation spots are the equipment of multi-module rescue training units.

7.5 m well