Mines and mining areas contain a number of high angle environments* including vertical shafts. Whether lined or unlined, these shafts pose a number of fall and rescue challenges. In particular, the shaft openings can be very unstable as can the unlined walls.
This two-day course teaches students how to perform organized, systematic rescues in these environments. Participants will learn the procedures and systems required for rigging appropriate rope systems and evacuating patients. Four fifths of this two-day class consists of hands-on training.
Prerequisites: Students who attend this class must have previously completed basic rope rescue training.
10% Three or more from the same location
25% Professional Firefighters
33% Volunteer Firefighters
Call (800) 551-8763 to receive discount.
Interested in further training opportunities in Surface Mine Rescue? Follow this link for information about an upcoming D2000 Open Enrollment class in Surface Mine Steep Angle/Dumps.