'Move on up' is a youth exchange project involving a total of 60 youths from 2 different countries:
This summer the Emergency Response and Rescue Corps was busy conducting underwater clean-up activities in several touristic beaches
To mark the London's Fire Brigade 150th Anniversary, London Fire Brigade have donated a Mercedes
Recently the Emergency Response and Rescue Corps, held a series of Skola Sajf school visits aimed towards teaching students the basics of water safety.
Every year, summer attracts thousands of locals and foreigners to beaches in Malta and Gozo. Without any doubt these offer t
The project entitled 'Unity in Diversity' is a youth exchange involving a total of 56 youths from 6 different countries: Malta, Hungary, Turkey, Belgium, Ukraine and Armenia. These 56 individuals will...
The project entitled 'Move on up' is a youth exchange involving a total of 60 youths from 2 different countries: Malta, and UK.
Today, the Emergency Response and Rescue Corps started lifeguarding service on two beaches in Comino; the Blue Lagoon and Santa Marija Bay.
Between the 9 and 15 April, a delegation of five from the Canadian International Search and Rescue Organisation once again were in Gozo to deliver Search and Rescue Training to ERRC volunteers as well...
On Friday 26 February, a group of 9 personnel from the Armed Forces of Malta from the EOD were awarded a certificate of open water scuba diving instructor.
Last month, twenty eight new volunteers joined the Emergency Response and Rescue Corps (E.R.R.C.), most of whom are in the process of receiving specialized training to join the organization’s Wa...
This year, similarly to previous year, the Emergency Response and Rescue Corps were entrusted with the provision of ambulance and first aid service during all Nadur Carnival Festivities.
The Emergency Response and Rescue Corps is now offering the Tranport Malta Nautical Licence Course. Courses includes all the theory and practice and are offered both in Maltese and in English.
The past days were busy for the ERRC rescue swimmers deployed with the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS).