Accompanied descent rescue with the RIG
Haul system with the RIG
Release and rescue of a victim on a fall arrest system, by two co-workers
Rope rescue: security of the ASAP's hold on the rope
Lowering a person with the I'D on the rescuer's harness
Pre-installed individual evacuation kit
Release and rescue of a co-worker using a rescue kit
Release and rescue of a co-worker suspended on a static support.
Release and rescue of a co-worker suspended on a long rope
Accompanied descent rescue
Release and evacuation of a victim on a CROLL
Upward evacuation with "Spanish balancier" technique
Rope rescue: ASAP and accompanied descent
Rope rescue: ASAP performance on a taut rope
Performance of the ASAP with a 250 kg load, with the ASAP fixed to an anchor.
Releasable anchor with the RIG: lowering system pre-installed on the ground.
Tyrolean on rope with RIG
Primary uses of the RIG
General rescue principles
Choice of carabiner for attaching a descender with a safety gate (I’D S, RIG, STOP...) to the harness
Choice of lanyard end carabiner for a work positioning lanyard
Choice of carabiner for connecting a fall arrest device to the harness
Choice of carabiners for attaching the rope to the anchor
Choice of carabiners for hauling systems and pulley attachment
Examples of dangerous carabiner loading.
Occasional rope climbing with the I'D
Lowering 150 kg - 250 kg with the I’D S and I’D EVAC on the anchor
Lowering 150 kg - 280 kg with the I’D L on the anchor
Belaying loads with the I’D S, I’D L, and I’D EVAC