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This two-day course gives participants a working foundation of the basic physical principles that govern rope rescue systems. These principles include friction, tension, compression, arresting force, and force multipliers.
Once these principles are understood, a variety of rigging systems will be evaluated with a specific emphasis on identifying and managing force multipliers which can undermine the integrity and safety of rescue and rope access rigging.
Prerequisites: To achieve the full benefit of this class, students should have previously completed rope rescue and fall protection training.
10% Three or more from the same location
25% Professional Firefighters
33% Volunteer Firefighters
Call (800) 551-8763 to receive discount.