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SOLUT IONS AND KIT S


PMI®


SOLUTIONS FALLT EK™ RESCUE SOLUT ION


RESCUE OF A SUSPENDED PERSON BY LOWERING OR RAISING The FallTek™ Rescue Solution is a compact, self-contained rescue system which allows a subject to be recovered by a single rescuer. Once the casualty has been connected, he can be raised or lowered by one person to a safe place. This system is specifically designed to lower or raise a subject from a lanyard or fall arrest block. The wide casualty attachment hook can be fastened to various points on the casualty’s harness for simplicity and ease of operation.


The whole system is fail-safe in operation, and will lock if operated in panic. Using the Quadra™ lowering device, allows rope to be given out when not under load, but will lock if subjected to a sudden impact or fall. When the Quadra™ handle is released, the device will lock, allowing the rescuer to attend to other issues. This Solution is tested as a unit to comply with ANSI Z359.4.


Solution Features:


11 mm Access Pro Rope (page 12) with Sewn Eye (page 18) for Scaffold Hook (25, 50, 66, or 100 m)


1 - Casualty attachment hook (emergency use only, not ANSI rated) 2 - ANSI rated steel carabiners 1 - ANSI rated steel captive eye carabiner 1 - Quadra™ rescue device (page 70) 1 - Hurricane Pro™ pulley (page 61) 1 - Vector (page 63) 1 - Rescue Reach pole 1 - Rescue shears


1 - Steel Anchor Sling, 1 meter (page 76) 1 - Steel Anchor Sling, 2 meters (page 76) 1 - Casualty attachment lanyard 1 - Accessory carabiner 1 - Carrying bag


25 m 50 m 66 m


100 m CERTIFIED


KT36106 KT36113 KT36114 KT36115


ANSI Z359.4, 2007


RESCUE FROM FALL PROT ECT ION TRAIN THE TRAINER


RELATED COURSES BY VERTICAL RESCUE SOLUTIONS RESCUE FROM FALL PROT ECT ION


There will be a great deal of hands-on time in this course. The field sessions will cover the best use of the FallTek™ Rescue Solution for a variety of scenarios, emphasizing effective approaches to sharing this information with future students. Self-rescue, companion rescue by controlled descent, companion rescue by lowering, and companion rescue by raise using the FallTek™ are covered.


OBJECTIVE: This course is designed to educate existing professional rope rescue trainers, PMI Pro Trainers and Health and Safety Trainers on the latest techniques for rescue after a fall using the PMI®


FallTek™ Rescue Solution


(ANSI Z359.4-2007). Trainer-candidates should have already completed the VRS™ Rescue From Fall Protection Course.


SAFETY: Familiarization with the dangers of suspension intolerance is addressed as well. Upon completion, participants in this course will receive a certificate, reproducible course material, and photo ID. They will also be listed on the VRS™ website as VRS™ Approved Trainers for the FallTek™ Rescue Solution.


WHAT YOU LEARN: This course will provide: • Additional insights • Course manuals • Tests


• Skills checklists • Pre-packaged PowerPoint presentations


• Equipment tips for trainers who want to teach their own Rescue From Fall Protection Course.


PREREQUISITES: Before taking the Trainer Course, potential trainers must have successfully completed the Rescue From Fall Protection Course.


3 Days 86 PMIROPE.COM t 1-800-282-ROPE


Every job performed at height is different, and so it is that every job site rescue performed by those who work at height differs as well. If you work in an industry where fall protection gear is being worn at height (like window washing, scaffolding, water tower construction and maintenance, offshore platform maintenance), this is the course for you. The course also covers rescue of workers who fall onto their Self-Retracting Lifeline (SRL), or Fall Arrest Block, and are hanging suspended.


OBJECTIVE: The Rescue From Fall Protection Course offers participants the opportunity to receive manufacturer approved instruction on one of the simplest and most versatile rescue systems on the market - the PMI® Rescue Solution (ANSI Z359.4-2007).


FallTek™


SAFETY: The classroom portions of this course focus on the importance of establishing a rescue pre-plan, OSHA compliance, PPE use, fit, and inspection, and rescue theory. Familiarity, avoidance, and treatment of the dangers associated with suspension intolerance are also covered.


WHAT YOU LEARN: Course participants will learn to effect companion rescue by controlled descent and companion rescue by lower, as well as how to secure and raise the subject, using minimal personnel and without having to learn to tie knots or construct complicated mechanical advantage systems. A strong emphasis on multiple repetitions of rescues is used to maintain a high level of participant retention.


3 Days


$1466.00 $1544.75 $1595.15 $1702.25


RESCUE FROM FALL PROT ECT ION, DIF F ICULT ACCESS


High voltage tower linemen, wind turbine workers in the hub of a nacelle or in the blades, offshore platform maintenance crews- all work in dangerous and complex environments that may necessitate a complicated on site rescue.


OBJECTIVE: This specialized, in-depth course is designed to instruct students who work in environments where rescue at height may require horizontal, as well as vertical, movement of an injured or suspended worker.


SAFETY: The classroom session will focus on the importance of establishing a rescue pre-plan, OSHA compliance, PPE use, fit, and inspection and rescue theory. Familiarity, avoidance, and treatment of the dangers associated with Suspension Intolerance are covered in this course. The OmniTek™ Rescue Solution meets ANSI Z359.4 2007 requirements


WHAT YOU LEARN: The PMI® OmniTek™ Rescue


Solution was developed in conjunction with Basin Electric, the nation’s largest rural electric cooperative, to achieve both horizontal and vertical movement of an incapacitated worker on a high voltage tower. The extra rigging included in the kit can be used to rig a “skate block”, or cross haul, of the subject before raising or lowering them.


4 Days


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