Rope Rescue Training

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We teach these unit standards for people who are required to respond to a rope rescue incident.

20536
Demonstrate awareness of rope rescue operations and hazards

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

Demonstrate knowledge of rope rescue strategies and related legislation

Identify and describe the management of hazards associated with rope rescue operations, and demonstrate use of an established edge-line

Recognise and interpret signals and commands used in rope rescue operations

20537
Provide initial response at rope rescue incidents
This unit standard is for people who are required to respond to a rope rescue incident

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

Demonstrate knowledge of equipment for rope rescue

Establish simple fixed (load sharing) anchors to support a rope rescue system

Perform double line rope rescue techniques to access patient in a high angle environment

Assess and stabilise a patient in a high angle environment to prevent further injury or trauma using the double line rope rescue technique

20538
Perform descender based rope rescue
This unit standard is for people who are required to respond to a rope rescue incident

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

Carry out advanced descent and ascent based techniques

Perform descender based rescue to evacuate patient from high angle environment using double line technique

20539
Perform specialist rope rescues
This unit standard is for people who are required to respond to a rope rescue incident

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

Demonstrate knowledge of equipment for specialist rope rescue

Prepare and rig a transfer device for high angle use, using double line technique

Perform specialist rope rescue techniques to recover patient using raising, lowering, and highline methods.

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Fire Rescue and First Response

 

Tel: 0508 FYRBOS (0508 397 267)
Tel: +64  9  947 5241
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Email:  info@fyrbos.co.nz

Postal address:

PO Box 308116
Manly,  Auckland   0952
New Zealand

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