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This four-day course provides rope rescue skills that address advanced rigging requirements typically needed for both REMS (Rapid Extraction Module Support) and wilderness search and rescue.
Rigging in wilderness locations demands a greater knowledge of the use of natural anchors and advanced rope skills. Systems may need to be set up and operated with minimal equipment and manpower under extreme environmental conditions.
Prerequisites: Students who attend this class must have basic rope skills including knot-tying, constructing anchors, and operating mainlines and belay lines.
Personal protection equipment needed: Full- body harness, Rescue helmet, Hiking shoes, Appropriate clothing for wilderness environments, Leather gloves, Rain gear, Descent control device, Petzl ASAP (recommended), Rock-pro (recommended), Aluminum carabiners (Minimum - 6), 8mm system prusiks (Minimum - 2), 8 or 9mm cordelette - 10m long (Minimum - 1).
10% Three or more from the same location
25% Professional Firefighters
33% Volunteer Firefighters
Call (800) 551-8763 to receive discount.