Summary: Rope rescue myths often start from a place of truth and evolve into misinformation over time. In this episode of the CMC Podcast hosted by Doug McElmury, CMC School instructors discuss some of the common myths that are prevalent in rope rescue including carabiner gate orientation, metal on metal and rope system configurations during edge transitions.
· Fiction: Just Enough Rope – Part 3. Note of emphasis: This is a work of fiction. No prescription for parenting is intended or should be inferred. 3 Through the plate-glass window, the moon was a cradle in the southern sky. Jack Martin stood with regret, wondering how things might be different if he had followed his instincts and watched over.
Part I: Chapter 3. Summary. The Lilliputian emperor is pleased that Gulliver is friendly and cooperative, so he rewards him with some court diversions. The diversions, however, prove to be quite different than one might expect. It is the Lilliputian court custom that men seeking political office demonstrate their agility in rope dancing, among.
Part 1 Fundamental principles and controls. Part 2 Provides more detailed guidance following the previous part. Part 3 Annexes giving advice on the rope access aspect of associated work practices and information on other relevant topics. (Several of these annexes are still under development.) Part 4 Relevant national legislation.
Video Library for Rope Rescue. including: Knots, Hitches and Bends the Basics for Rope Rescue, work Access & SAR Systems. Patient Packaging in A SKED. Patient Packaging in a Stokes Basket. Rescue Systems, Part I - Gear Overview. Rescue Systems, Part II - Knots. Rescue Systems, Part III - .
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