AHS Rescue is partnering with Ropes That Rescue to offer an exciting class in April 2018. Preparedness in emergency situations is a matter of life and death. Learn from the rope rescue experts at AHS Rescue and Ropes That Rescue for total preparation https://www.ahsrescue.com/blog/post/don-t-miss-the-new-2018-artificial-high-directional-workshop/ Download this informative flyer from Ropes that Rescue on the Arizona Vortex Artificial … Continue reading High Angle Training Class For Rope Rescue Industry: April 2018- Dont Miss!
Technical rope rescue and rope rescue training for people who work at heights greater than 10 feet are essential. When your job requires you to work at heights above 8 to 10 feet, it's important that you understand the mechanics of wearing a safety harness as well as how to perform a rope rescue if … Continue reading Work at Height Training
OSHA Requirements OSHA requires that proper consideration be given to fall protection in the workplace for anyone working at a height of four feet or more. For lesser heights this may just require adequate railings and notices. But for larger heights this may require ropes, lines, and lanyards for fall protection. Examples include activities such … Continue reading Ropes That Rescue Classes – AHS Rescue
Ropes that Rescue Technical Rope Rescue Classes If you could learn to save a life using nothing but ropes, would you? That's the hope of Ropes that Rescue! There are few tools as versatile as the simple rope, and yet so few people understand how to use ropes safely and effectively to rescue those who … Continue reading Ropes that Rescue to save lives and improve ability!
That AHS Rescue has one of the largest inventories and quality of Rope Rescue Equipment? Just to name a few of our Rescue Professionals favorite equipment: Petzl I’D – This self-braking descender features an anti-panic function that activates if the user pulls too hard on the handle, and an anti-error catch that reduces the chance of an … Continue reading Did you know?
Construction and maintenance jobs are not the only times a high angle rescue or mid-height pick technique will be used. Hiking, rock climbing, and utility repair are just a few instances when a rescue team may have to prepare for a limited access rescue situation. Assessing the Situation When you receive the call that a … Continue reading Determining If a High Angle Rescue Is Needed
A main cause of injuries in the workplace is falls. While falling from a short distance can result in minor injuries, falling from a height greater than 6 to 10 feet can result in broken bones, internal injuries and, in some cases, death. It's important to know first, how to prevent falls from occurring, and … Continue reading Why Basic Rope Access Training is an Urgent Need to Tower Workers