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High Angle Rope and Confined Space Rescue presents a wide variety of challenges.   How far down?  How far up?  How will we get there?  What really is there when we arrive to the rescue point?  These are questions that only scratch the surface when you are looking at a rescue operation.  Thousands of dollars of gear fit in a small bag that when assembled, can do some extraordinary things by extraordinary people.  There will be a lot more to come on this topic, so pay attention because you may miss something that you never knew ...

Key Benefits

bulletSingle or Double Man Rescue
bulletHigh Angle or Confined Space Matters Not
bulletProfessionals Are Always On Their Way

Capabilities

Rope and Confined Space Rescue Technicians constantly train to expect the unexpected.   What is the most they can do with as little as possible after all safety issues are addressed?  There is no room for error as you can imagine when it comes to getting in and getting out of the area is the name of the game.  Rescue technicians stay focused on the task at hand and make sure safety, as always, is first.  Still more to come...

Capability 1
Rope and Confined Space Rescue descriptions and examples are coming soon...
Capability 2
Rope and Confined Space Rescue descriptions and examples are coming soon...
Capability 3
Rope and Confined Space Rescue descriptions and examples are coming soon...

 

 

 

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