Wed, Aug 03|
ADVANCED RESCUE SEMINAR #U22-Duluth
Hosted by St Louis County Search and Rescue Squad
Time & Location
Aug 03, 8:00 a.m. – Aug 07, 4:30 p.m.
Duluth, Duluth, MN, USA
About the Course
Duration: 5 days (50 hours) Pre-Requisites: NFPA Rope Rescue Technician (Level II), SPRAT Level I or Equivalent Ronin Advanced Rescue Seminars are driven by the needs and desires of the course participants and not programmed to a specific agenda or timeline.
SKILLS INCLUDE: Rescue Physics and Philosophy: ▪ Safety Factors & Integral safety systems ▪ Dynamic Potential in Systems ▪ Twin Tensioned Rope Lowering ▪ Mechanical Advantage systems ▪ Rescue team management ▪ Static and Dynamic System Safety Factors ▪ Factors of Safety ▪ Jolt forces ▪ Force Limiting Systems ▪ Current trends and testing
Artificial High Directional usage: ▪ 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 ▪ Cross hauling
Tensioned Rope Systems: ▪ Kootenay Highline System ▪ Twin Trackline Systems ▪ Cross Haul Systems ▪ Horizontal Highline options and reeving systems ▪ Sloping Highline options and reeving systems ▪ Skate Block
Problem Solving and Load Transfers: ▪ Knot passes ▪ Load releases ▪ Tight line break-ins