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Rope access is an emerging discipline that is both distinct from, and closely related to, technical rope rescue. In this class (duration 5 days) we will gain an in-depth understanding of rope access and how the equipment and techniques can apply to a variety of emergency response operations.
The main learning outcome will be to identify practices and rigging systems that might be useful in specialized rescue situations. These can include wilderness operations, tower rescue operations, or any location where an in-depth understanding of rope rigging physical principles will be of benefit.
Prerequisites: Students who attend this class must have basic rope skills including knot-tying, constructing anchors, and operating mainlines and belay lines.
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