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: ASAP and accompanied descent
Rope rescue: ASAP performance on a taut rope
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
Drop loop haul on the I'D for urgent rescue, with ASAP
Litter hauling techniques
Evacuation by rope-to-rope transfer
Evacuation by Tyrolean traverse
Upward and horizontal evacuation in a confined space
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
Tensioning a rope for a Tyrolean
Primary uses of the RIG
General rescue principles
Using the ADJUST rope adjuster with the MGO OPEN
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
Choice of carabiners for attaching a HUIT, RACK... to the harness
Examples of dangerous carabiner loading.
Lowering 150 kg - 250 kg with the I'D S on the anchor
Lowering 150 kg - 272 kg with the I'D L on the anchor
Belaying loads up to 250 kg with the I'D S
Belaying loads up to 272 kg with the I'D L.
I'D efficiency at the head of the system.
Occasional rope climbing with the I'D