Our Avalanche and Weather Program teams are on the job 24 hours a day to keep you and our roads safe.
How? The best way is to show you…
Check out this video and see first hand how we trigger avalanches and make our roads safer for BC travellers. For more info, visit our Avalanche Safety Program site and follow our advice for travelling in an avalanche area.
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I was just wondering what a person would have to do to get into avalanche control and/or rock scaling as it is something I’ve been interested in for a very long time just never knew what to do or who to speak to.
Thank you for your time,
For pursuing a career in the avalanche business, check out the CAA website. There is a section there regarding career path and the various training opportunities to get you there. http://www.avalanche.ca/
As for rock scaling, there isn’t specific training but more “on the job” training. It’s generally performed by contractors in the private sector so if you’re interested in this type of work, you should contact rock slope stabilization contractors for any job opportunities/details.
Hope that helps.