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Fire Fighting

ASAT Fire Rope Rescue  Course

Rope rescue has broad prospects in the field of high-altitude rescue because of its safety, convenience, high efficiency and good adaptability.

 This is especially advantageous when the terrain is steep and large equipment cannot be reached. It only needs a few devices such as safety belts and ropes to complete  the rescue of complex and dangerous locations. Rope rescue has regional characteristics, and each region should conduct targeted training according to the characteristics of the region under the premise of mastering basic rope rescue knowledge.

1. Theory
l Cognition of equipment
l Equipment inspection, storage and maintenance
l Basic rope knots: "8" knots, bow knots, rabbit knots, double fisherman's knots, half buckles, 

double sleeve knots, Brin knots
l Common international certification standards (CE, NFPA, ANSI, UIAA, 3C)
l Commonly used rope standards (EN1891, EN892, NFPA 1983);
l Rope technology related fields
l Sudden death principle
l Clearance
l Falling coefficient
l Litter (basket, roll, wrap, float)
l Four elements of rope operation
l Minimum breaking force
l Maximum working load
l Equipment management
l Rope management
l Work safety analysis
l Falling hazard (reduced fall)

Powered Ascending Device
Powered Ascending Device
Harnesses · Lanyards · Mobile fall arresters · Helmets · Locking pulley · Carabiners · Pulleys · Ascenders · Rigging plates · Tripod system · Ropes · Work positioning ropes · Slings · Bags · Headlamps & Litter
Descenders & Rescue Devices
Rescue descent device · Automatic descending device · Descender & Rescue Device
Lifeline System
Vertical lifeline system · Horizontal lifeline system
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