Mon., Sep. 27 | Denver, CO


The Advanced Rescue Seminar presented by CAMP Safety and Ronin Rescue is designed to develop instructor level knowledge of rope rescue systems and expose participants to a wide variety of techniques.

Time & Location

Sep. 27, 8:00 a.m.
Denver, CO, Denver, CO, USA

About the Course

In partnership with CAMP Safety

Due to COVID restrictions and uncertainty associated we have postponed this course.  We look forward to making it happen and will post new dates as soon as possible  - Ronin and CAMP Safety

Ronin’s Advanced Rescue Seminar instructors have gained significant international rope rescue experience from competing in the GRIMP Day competition in Namur, Belgium. Ronin also annually attends the International Technical Rescue Symposium, where rescue practitioners from across North America gather to share new ideas, testing, and case studies. Ronin’s instructors on this program are all rope access qualified (SPRAT) as well as NFPA rope and confined space rescue technicians.

Rescue Physics and Philosophy:

  • Safety Factors & Integral safety systems
  • Twin Tensioned Rope Lowering
  • Mechanical Advantage systems
  • Rescue team management

Artificial High Directional usage:

  • Equal leg tripod
  • Easel leg tripod
  • Bipod
  • Sideways A frame
  • Monopod
  • Arizona Vortex
  • SMC Terradaptor

Pick-off & Line Transfer Rescue techniques:

  • Large Team Pick-off techniques (greater than three rescuers)
  • Small Team Pick-off techniques (three or fewer rescuers)
  • Rescuer only Pick-off
  • Pitch Head Rescue and cross hauling

Tensioned Rope Systems:

  • Kootenay Highline System
  • Twin Trackline Systems
  • Cross Haul Systems
  • Horizontal Highline
  • Norwegian Reeve
  • English Reeve
  • Sloping Highline
  • Guiding Line
  • Skate Block

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