SQWUREL Testing, Certifications and Quality Control

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "SQWUREL Testing, Certifications and Quality Control"

Transcription

1 SQWUREL Testing, Certifications and Quality Control This document outlines thoughts on testing, certification, quality control and defines BG Gear test methods. This document also contains a section describing the forces within the Sqwurel when rigged properly, showing that the Sqwurel does not see a tensile load when rigged and used properly. If you would like to read about the results of testing and quality control measures taken, please take a look at the SQWUREL Testing Diary document. Testing Versus Certification In the United States, a belay device such as the Sqwurel requires no physical testing or certifications. However both testing and certification are important ways to ensure a piece of equipment is up to the task it was designed for and to convey credibility and safety to the end user. Testing a piece of equipment to ensure it is strong and safe is the first and most important part of the equation. There are many ways a piece of equipment can be tested. There are a few internationally recognized organizations which have put significant effort into figuring out specific test methods which if passed will help minimize accidents caused by equipment failure. The test methods described in some of these internationally recognized standards is a good starting point for testing a piece of equipment. Other test methods, while not specified in any of these standards, may also assist in providing data to help determine the strength / safety of a piece of equipment. Certifications are simply credentials that can be displayed with the product indicating the piece of equipment has passed the tests outlined in the respective standard for that certification. Displaying this certification with the product is done to convey credibility and safety to the end user. However simply passing the tests in the standard, does not allow a manufacturer to display the respective certification with their product. To claim the certification, a manufacturer will usually also be required to pay a recurring fee to the organization who offers the certification. Some small companies test their equipment to pass the standards outlined by these organizations but cannot justify the cost of paying recurring fees to display the certification. BG Gear is one of those small companies that cannot justify the added cost of paying a recurring fee to display a certification. Many organizations have developed testing standards to test the strength, reliability and safety of many products. Here are a few of the organizations which develop standards. CE (Conformité Européenne or European Conformity) certification is a certification that some products need in order to be legally sold in one of the countries in the European Union. The CE provides standards for quality and testing of a large variety of products, including climbing and mountaineering equipment to ensure the safety of the product. NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) is a worldwide organization which strives to reduce the burden of fire and other hazards to quality of life. They provide scientifically based codes and test standards to help accomplish their goal. ANSI (American National Standards Institute) is a United States based organization which works to enhance the competitiveness of the U.S. business and quality of life by promoting voluntary consensus standards. ANSI does not develop standards themselves. UIAA (International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation) the international governing body of climbing and mountaineering. The UIAA provides standards for quality and testing of climbing and mountaineering equipment to ensure the safety of the product. ISO 9001 is a quality management system for manufacturing facilities to ensure the entire facility is run with good quality business sense. The SQWUREL is manufactured in an ISO 9001 compliant facility, which helps ensure the manufacturer produces exactly what was specified to be made. ISO 9001 certification is not related to how strong or safe a specific piece of equipment is. Consumers may see the ISO 9001 certification and mistakenly assume the device is tested and passes certain tests to ensure the strength / safety of the device. The ISO 9001 certification simply means the device was produced in a facility that is run with standardized quality control and standardized business practices. Testing and Quality Control BG Gear recognizes the importance of testing equipment to ensure the quality, strength and safety of the Sqwurel. To keep informed check out the Testing Diary section below, which will be updated over time as testing is performed. BG Gear Sqwurels are made from 7075 T6 Aluminum, which is the same aluminum alloy other competing rappel / belay devices are made from. To ensure 7075 T6 aluminum is used, BG Gear obtains and keeps on file a metal certification test report from the manufacture for each batch of Sqwurels. BG Gear will also do a hardness test on a number of Sqwurels from each batch manufactured to ensure the proper aluminum alloy is used.

2 Forces Within the Sqwurel Something worth noting before moving into testing, is to identify the forces exerted on the Sqwurel during normal use. When rigged and used properly (with the rope clipped into the carabiner), the Sqwurel experiences very little tensional force. In other words the Sqwurel does not experience a tensional pulling force from the weight of your body. The forces exerted on the Sqwurel when rigged and used properly, will be torsional, compressive, flexing and prying forces applied to it by the rope. This is true of similar devices like the Petzl Pirana and Sterling Rope ATS as well since these devices are also rigged with the rope clipped into the carabiner. The illustration below notes the places where force is exerted on the Sqwurel when properly rigged and used. Following the rope from anchor to break strand, lets note the places where force is exerted on the Sqwurel. Location A, where the rope passes through the Throat of the Sqwurel, is the first place force is exerted on the Sqwurel. At location A, the rope is bent as it passes through the Throat. When the Sqwurel is loaded / weighted, the rope will exert a prying force between the top and bottom of the Throat as it tries to straighten out. Location B1, where the rope passes down under the carabiner then back up to the Throat of the Sqwurel again, is the next place force is exerted on the Sqwurel. At location B1, the portion of the Sqwurel between the Carabiner Hole and the Throat is compressed / squeezed (just like the forces in an ATC rappel device). When the Sqwurel is loaded / weighted, the bight of rope will pull the carabiner up toward the throat and force the carabiner to the top of the Carabiner Hole. The force at location B1, will compress the portion of the Sqwurel between the Carabiner Hole. When the Sqwurel is weighted and in use the carabiner is pulled up in the carabiner hole pulling it up away from the bottom of the carabiner hole. Location B2, is on the ATC in the above illustration. Since the ATC is a common device that a lot of people are familiar with, the ATC is a good example to help conceptualize how the forces at location B1 on the Sqwurel happen. The image of the ATC on the left, shows the device not weighted. The image of the ATC on the right, shows the device when it is weighted. Note how the cable on the ATC is doing no work. The Cable is simply there to prevent loss of the device when there is no rope in the ATC. While the ATC is loaded the carabiner is forced up to the bottom of the ATC. Just like the Sqwurel the portion of the device just above the carabiner is compressed between the rope and the carabiner. Note that the weight of the person on rappel pulls on the carabiner them on the rope and does not pull directly on the device. Location C, where the rope runs around the Throat to wrap around to the Tail section, is the next place force is applied to the Sqwurel. At location C, there can be two forces applied to the Sqwurel. The first force is a compressive force pulling the rope down toward the carabiner as discussed for location B1. If the rope is placed into the first Tail Hole then an additional prying force will be applied to it (see description for location D for an explanation of the prying force). Location D, where the rope runs through the Tail Holes, is the last place force is exerted on the Sqwurel. At location D, the rope is bent as it passes through each Tail Hole. When the Sqwurel is loaded / weighted, the rope will exert a prying force between each side of the Tail Holes as it tries to straighten out. The carabiner connecting the Sqwurel to your harness does experience a tensional load. The Sqwurel on the other hand does not experience a tensional load unless it is used incorrectly or something out of the ordinary happen.

3 Physical Testing Methods and Considerations BG Gear feels the UIAA standard 129 for manual braking devices is a good starting point for Sqwurel testing. In addition to the UIAA standard, other tests will be performed along the way and the data shared. On the following pages is a list of physical tests that may help determine the strength and or safety of the SQWUREL. New information may be learned from testing which may indicate a change of approach for future testing. Factors / variables to consider when conducting physical testing: Device utilized and condition Example - SQWUREL V1 Batch 1, new or used / wear state or history of use. Device settings utilized Example Friction Level Simple-3. Example Friction Level Behemoth-1. Example Hard Lock-off 2. Carabiner utilized and condition Example Petzl Attache, new or used / wear state or history of use. Rope utilized and condition Example 8mm BlueWater Zion Pro static, single strand, new or used / wear state or history of use. Example - 8mm Mammut Phoenix dynamic half rope, double strand, new or used / wear state or history of use. Test(s) for Certification Testing to the UIAA Standard 129 for manual braking devices will be done to provide testing to an internationally recognized standard. The UIAA pull test is done with a load of 7kN using dynamic rope and does not test to failure. Since the UIAA 129 test does not overly stress the device, testing only one device per batch manufactured will be done. Testing to failure in alternate tests will more completely test the strength of the Sqwurel. UIAA 129 requires the device to be tested using dynamic rope that has a diameter equal to the lowest diameter of rope recommended in the instructions for the device. The Sqwurel is rated down to 8mm rope making it difficult to find an 8mm dynamic rope that is rated for single rope use. When searching for rope, all 8mm dynamic ropes found were rated as half or twin ropes not rated for single rope use. Canyoneering in the United States, unlike climbing, uses static rope. The UIAA test(s) will be ran with 8mm dynamic half / twin rope used as a single rope. For those interested in looking at the UIAA standards they can be found on the UIAA website at Here is a direct link to the UIAA 129 standard, Test BG-301A Physical Portion of UIAA 129 Test The BG-301 physical test is rigged and performed as outlined in the UIAA 129 Standard. The physical testing portion of the UIAA 129 Standard is designed to test devices with dynamic rope of the minimum diameter acceptable according to the manufacturer s instructions. Canyoneering in the United States primarily uses static rope (other regions primarily use dynamic rope for canyoneering). The BG-301A test will be run with dynamic rope to pass the UIAA test requirements. UIAA 129 Standard information: Input / output angle 30 deg (±5). Pull rate is 100mm/min (±30mm) OR 3.93 inches/min (±1.18 inches) Pull to a force of 7kN ( ) OR lbf ( ) using one strand rated for single rope use. 5kN ( ) OR lbf ( ) using one strand rated for half rope use. 7kN ( ) OR lbf ( ) using two strands rated for twin rope use. The pull force is to be maintained on the device for 60 seconds (± 10). Inspect for damage or deformation of rope, carabiner and device. If no damage is noted the device passes the test. Basic Setup Image - Friction Level Simple-3 shown.

4 Test to Failure - Standard Configuration(s) Testing to failure in configurations simulating the Sqwurel rigged and used properly may provide insights into how strong / safe the Sqwurel is under normal use. The BG-301A test above is run with dynamic rope to conform to the UIAA 129 standard. However canyoneering in the United States primarily uses static rope with much higher tensile breaking strengths. Tests to failure will use static rope designed for use in canyoneering, unless otherwise specified. Generally the minimum diameter rope acceptable according to the manufacturer s instructions will be used, unless otherwise stated. Test BG-302A Standard Rigging Rappel Configuration The BG-302A physical test is set up the same as the BG-301A test but instead uses static rope and is pulled to failure. Basic Setup Image - Friction Level Simple-3 shown. Test BG-303A Standard Rigging - Hard Lock-off 1 The BG-303A physical test is setup with the Hard Lock-off 1 method using static rope then pulled to failure. Basic Setup Image Hard Lock-off 1 shown

5 Test BG-303B Standard Rigging - Soft Lock-off The BG-303B physical test is setup with the Soft Lock-off method using static rope then pulled to failure. Basic Setup Image Soft Lock-off shown. Test BG-303C Standard Rigging - Hard Lock-off 2 The BG-303C physical test is setup with the Hard Lock-off 2 method using static rope then pulled to failure. Basic Setup Image Hard Lock-off 2 shown.

6 Test to Failure - Non-Standard Configuration(s) Testing to failure in non-standard configurations simulating the Sqwurel subjected to out of the ordinary situations may provide insights into how strong / safe the Sqwurel is when something unexpected happens. Test BG-304A Non-Standard Rigging - Device on Spine of Carabiner The BG-304 physical test is setup with the device ready for rappel and locked off with the device set on the spine of the carabiner. This test is not designed to stress the tail so a lock off method that will not overly stress the tail can be used. Simply winding the rope up and down the tail seems to do the trick. This test is to examine what happens when a user accidentally rigs with this configuration then begins rappel. Basic Setup Image Device on spine of carabiner shown. Test BG-304B Non-Standard Rigging - Tail Snag The BG-305 physical test is setup with the device ready for rappel then both ends of the rope (anchor strand and brake strand) will be secured above the device then the carabiner pulled to failure. This will attempt to simulate the brake strand of rope snagged above the device. Setup images will be added if / when first testing is done. Test of Tail Flex Test BG-306A Tail Deflection Test The BG-306 physical test is designed to determine at what force the tail of the Sqwurel first begins to experience flex to experience temporary flex / deflection and also determine at what force the tail will be flexed enough to cause permanent deflection of the tail. Basic Setup Image Friction Level Simple-3 shown. Set the SQWUREL with Friction Level Simple-3. Pull until first sign of deflection (note this force). Release load and measure for permanent tail deflection. If tail retains flatness, pull to higher force and release to recheck. Continue to progressively higher forces until tail shows permanent deformation (note this force).

7 Tensile Test(s) Tensile testing will provide minimal insight about the strength or safety of the Sqwurel. Test BG-307A Tensile Load from Throat to Carabiner Hole The BG-307 physical test is designed to test the tensile strength of the device and will provide minimal insight about strength or safety. This test is mostly for fun as the Sqwurel should never experience this in the real world. However it may be interesting to know how strong it is. With the BG-307 physical test the Sqwurel is pulled from throat to carabiner hole.

Heavy climbers beware! Page 1 of 8

Heavy climbers beware! Page 1 of 8 Heavy climbers beware! Page 1 of 8 To my fellow 176 pound (80 kg) and up climbers, please continue reading! You can consider yourself a heavy climber for the purposes of this article. To those of you in

More information

Army Mountain Warfare School Ethan Allen Firing Range Jericho, VT Military Mountaineer Course Knot Guide

Army Mountain Warfare School Ethan Allen Firing Range Jericho, VT Military Mountaineer Course Knot Guide Army Mountain Warfare School Ethan Allen Firing Range Jericho, VT 05465-9796 Military Mountaineer Course Knot Guide 2 - Basic Knot Tying 071E9002 INTRODUCTION: There are many knots used in mountaineering.

More information

CSMC Glacier System Canadian Drop Loop

CSMC Glacier System Canadian Drop Loop CSMC Glacier System Canadian Drop Loop Overview This document provides an overview of the Canadian Drop Loop (CDL) system used by the Calgary Scrambling and Mountaineering (CSMC) club and some of its prerequisites.

More information

Important / remember. Accessing the edge of the crevasse to evaluate the situation

Important / remember. Accessing the edge of the crevasse to evaluate the situation MICRO TRAXION EXPERIENCE This «Product Experience» document is a supplement to the Instructions For Use, which provides feedback from field experience and tips for using your product. It is inseparable

More information

Black Ops. Tactical Rappeling Gear

Black Ops. Tactical Rappeling Gear Black Ops Tactical Rappeling Gear U.S. Rigging Supply is proud to offer some of the finest, most reliable fall protection equipment you can own. For more than 40 years, our line of industrial ANSI & NFPA

More information

BC CLassic Longline Kit

BC CLassic Longline Kit BC CLassic Longline Kit Made in the USA Complete Slackline Kit Instructions for handling and use - Please read in full before using this device Germantown, MD 20875 United States FX: +1 (805) 617-1744

More information

Level 1 Student Preparation Guide

Level 1 Student Preparation Guide National Cave Rescue Commission Level Student Preparation Guide NCRC requires all students to demonstrate basic skills prior to participation. Level students must be able to tie the knots listed below

More information

Alpine Safety Research, German Alpine Club

Alpine Safety Research, German Alpine Club Webbing and cordage update Tales from the sling jungle By Christoph Hummel and Florian Hellberg Alpine Safety Research, German Alpine Club English translation of the German publication (Panorama 5/2014,

More information

International Technical Rescue Symposium Presented by John McKently

International Technical Rescue Symposium Presented by John McKently Some of the factors affecting pulley efficiency in theoretical and real world rescue systems. International Technical Rescue Symposium Presented by John McKently 2011 It is generally accepted that pulleys

More information

Overview (key points)

Overview (key points) Topic / Subject TYPE 1 FALL-ARREST DEVICES Time frame = mins Contact statement (gain student attention and create a readiness to learn) Overview (key points) Purpose -Fall-arrest devices are designed to

More information

UIAA Standard (UIAA = Union Internationale des Associations d Alpinisme) January Mountaineering and Climbing Equipment. Connectors.

UIAA Standard (UIAA = Union Internationale des Associations d Alpinisme) January Mountaineering and Climbing Equipment. Connectors. UIAA Standard (UIAA = Union Internationale des Associations d Alpinisme) January 2004 Mountaineering and Climbing Equipment Connectors UIAA 121 Foreword This UIAA Standard is only published in the English

More information

bc Soft Shackle Made in the USA Dyneema Rope Soft Connector Instructions for handling and use - Please read in full before using this device

bc Soft Shackle Made in the USA Dyneema Rope Soft Connector Instructions for handling and use - Please read in full before using this device bc Soft Shackle Made in the USA Dyneema Rope Soft Connector Instructions for handling and use - Please read in full before using this device Index 1.) Introduction 2.) Warnings / General Use Guidelines

More information

HARDWARE Ascenders. Rope Grabs Descenders Snaps Carabiners Links

HARDWARE Ascenders. Rope Grabs Descenders Snaps Carabiners Links HARDWARE Ascenders Rope Grabs Descenders Snaps Carabiners Links Ascenders KONG Twin Ascender Aluminum color anodized WLL: 100 grams Rope Diameter: 8-13mm Weight: 17.5oz (496g) Dimensions: 207mm x 162mm

More information

2013 Roof Specific Rope Access Equipment Catalog

2013 Roof Specific Rope Access Equipment Catalog 2013 Roof Specific Rope Access Equipment Catalog CATASTROPHECAREERSPECIALTIES.COM PHONE: (936) 537-6759 FAX: (281) 476-6123 Soft Projectile w/ Target Line Attachment Lead Yellow Loads 50 70 ft Red Loads

More information

In Quest of the Holy Grail. Presented By. Gregory L. Churchman

In Quest of the Holy Grail. Presented By. Gregory L. Churchman In Quest of the Holy Grail Presented By Gregory L. Churchman The Quest It all began with the ISC Sarab. They sent me one because I was looking for a reversible descent control device, that would work with

More information

Rescue Ladder Model: KT ft (5.48m)

Rescue Ladder Model: KT ft (5.48m) Rescue Ladder Model: KT36164 18ft (5.48m) IMPORTANT!!! ALL PERSONS USING THIS EQUIPMENT MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. USERS SHOULD BE

More information

Rope friendly stainless steel cam Tether attachment point (2mm diameter cord) for drop-free installation and removal

Rope friendly stainless steel cam Tether attachment point (2mm diameter cord) for drop-free installation and removal - CTC 100 Product Info Sheet Rope Adjustment Device Conforms to EN 12841:2006 A (Expert Use Only) Hot forged aluminium body Large attachment eye for multiple connections Rope friendly stainless steel cam

More information

Alternate Sked Lashing Methods From Roco Rescue. Approved by Skedco.

Alternate Sked Lashing Methods From Roco Rescue. Approved by Skedco. Presented by: Roco Rescue Roco Rescue, Inc. 12-11-12 Alternate Sked Lashing Methods From Roco Rescue. Approved by Skedco. Warning: Proper training is required prior to use of this or any other rescue equipment

More information

Modeling of Hydraulic Hose Paths

Modeling of Hydraulic Hose Paths Mechanical Engineering Conference Presentations, Papers, and Proceedings Mechanical Engineering 9-2002 Modeling of Hydraulic Hose Paths Kurt A. Chipperfield Iowa State University Judy M. Vance Iowa State

More information

1. Hybrid: Seamless, Textured Substrate Climbing Wall System and GFRC Rock Realistic Climbing Wall System

1. Hybrid: Seamless, Textured Substrate Climbing Wall System and GFRC Rock Realistic Climbing Wall System SECTION 131200 CLIMBING WALLS PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. This section includes the following: 1. Hybrid: Seamless, Textured Substrate Climbing Wall System and GFRC Rock Realistic Climbing Wall System

More information

Technical Rescuer Rope Rescue Level I NFPA 1006

Technical Rescuer Rope Rescue Level I NFPA 1006 Standard Area: 6.1.3 General Skill Requirement 6.1.3 General Skill Requirements JPR #RRI-1 Candidate: : Candidate #: STANDARD: 6.1.3 Level I, 2013 Edition TASK: Construct a multiple-point anchor system,

More information

First Revision No. 37-NFPA [ Detail ]

First Revision No. 37-NFPA [ Detail ] of 161 5/6/2015 2:26 PM First Revision No. 37-NFPA 1983-2015 [ Detail ] Make the following changes to 7.6.3: 7.16 (moved from 7.6.3) Descent Control Device Performance Requirements. 7.16.1 (moved from

More information

Developed by Firefighter Ty Drage January NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents

Developed by Firefighter Ty Drage January NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents Q UICK A CCESS K IT (1.1) Developed by Firefighter Ty Drage January 2011 NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents T ASK S KILL DESCRIPTION AND DETAIL Every

More information

NWSC Climbing Instructor Level 1 Take Home Exam

NWSC Climbing Instructor Level 1 Take Home Exam NWSC Climbing Instructor Level 1 Take Home Exam Name: 1. The BSA document that provides guidance for UNIT CLIMBING is: 2. That BSA unit climbing document lists 8 points. They are: c) d) e) f) g) h) 3.

More information

1. Section Summary for loose climbing equipment provided by Owner. 2. Section "Cast in Place Concrete"

1. Section Summary for loose climbing equipment provided by Owner. 2. Section Cast in Place Concrete SECTION 131200 CLIMBING WALLS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Work included: 1. Provide seamless textured substrate, panel-formed interior climbing wall system with internal structural support system,

More information

ASAP Experience. Important / remember. Failure to heed any of these warnings may result in severe injury or death.

ASAP Experience. Important / remember. Failure to heed any of these warnings may result in severe injury or death. Marcos Ferro ASAP Experience This Product Experience document is a supplement to the Instructions For Use, which provides feedback from field experience and tips for using your product It is inseparable

More information

Presented to the International Technical Rescue Symposium, November Abstract

Presented to the International Technical Rescue Symposium, November Abstract Presented to the International Technical Rescue Symposium, November 21 Presented by: Chuck Weber, PMI Quality Manager Abstract This paper presents the results of 162 individual drop tests performed at

More information

Health & Safety Policy and Procedures Manual SECTION 25 RIGGING AND HOISTING EQUIPMENT

Health & Safety Policy and Procedures Manual SECTION 25 RIGGING AND HOISTING EQUIPMENT SECTION 25 RIGGING AND HOISTING EQUIPMENT 1. RIGGING AND HOISTING: These rules apply to all Maul Electric, Inc. employees and subcontractors. Note: Maul Electric, Inc. employees will utilize mechanical

More information

Anchor Building on Multi-Pitch Climbs

Anchor Building on Multi-Pitch Climbs Anchor Building on Multi-Pitch Climbs Anchors are a crucial and important piece of the multi-pitch technical system but they are still only one piece. A well-built anchor alone cannot fully protect you

More information

SEI Certification Program Manual

SEI Certification Program Manual Safety Equipment Institute SEI Certification Program Manual Section 22: Fall Protection Program SEI Certification Program Manual Section 22: Fall Protection Program Date of Issue: 01.12.12 22.0 Fall Protection

More information

CATALOG INDEX. Removable Anchors. Toggle Anchors. I-Beam Anchors. Steel Slings. MegaSwivel Family. Swivel Kits. Mining Anchors.

CATALOG INDEX. Removable Anchors. Toggle Anchors. I-Beam Anchors. Steel Slings. MegaSwivel Family. Swivel Kits. Mining Anchors. 2015 CATALOG CATALOG INDEX Removable Anchors P3 Toggle Anchors P6 I-Beam Anchors P7 Steel Slings P11 MegaSwivel Family P13 Swivel Kits P14 Mining Anchors P22 Ladder Rescue Kit P19 Contact P21 REMOVABLE

More information

SKED-EVAC Tripod Instructions

SKED-EVAC Tripod Instructions Skedco, Inc. Web Site: http://www.skedco.com E-mail: skedco@skedco.com P.O. Box 3390 Tualatin, Oregon 97062 USA Phone (503) 691-7909 FAX (503) 691-7973 SKED-EVAC Tripod Instructions FEATURES The Sked-Evac

More information

Fall Protection / Open Holes & Guardrail

Fall Protection / Open Holes & Guardrail Fall Protection / Open Holes & Guardrail 1. Leading Edges Policy Statement It is GW Communications policy that any worker exposed to a fall 6 or greater, shall be protected from coming into contact with

More information

GEORGIA FIREFIGHTER STANDARDS AND TRAINING TECHNICAL ROPE RESCUER INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATE

GEORGIA FIREFIGHTER STANDARDS AND TRAINING TECHNICAL ROPE RESCUER INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATE Objective(s) NFPA 1006-08: JPR: 5.5.2, 5.5.14 Primary Task: ANCHOR EXTENSION Skill No. AE1 PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS & INSTRUCTION SHEET (PG 1 OF 2) INSTRUCTIONS TO THE MONITOR/ EVALUATOR 1. The candidate

More information

User Instructions 1789 Parapet Wall Anchor

User Instructions 1789 Parapet Wall Anchor User Instructions 1789 Parapet Wall Anchor This manual is intended to meet the Manufacturer Instructions as required by ANSI Z359.1 and should be used as part of an employee training program as required

More information

Rock Climbing ORGT General/Administrative Checklist

Rock Climbing ORGT General/Administrative Checklist Rock Climbing ORGT General/Administrative Checklist ORGT Instructor in Training Competency and Personal Checkoffs Admin Signature/ Date Obtained endorsement from an Active Trip Leader TL must submit a

More information

Tripod. System. User Instructions. 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety. Fall Protection Equipment

Tripod. System. User Instructions. 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety. Fall Protection Equipment 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Fall Protection Equipment Tripod System User Instructions User Instructions for the 3M TM Tripod System. Important: Keep these User Instructions for reference.

More information

Rescue Ladder Model: CTB LDR-RSC 18ft (5.48m)

Rescue Ladder Model: CTB LDR-RSC 18ft (5.48m) Rescue Ladder Model: CTB LDR-RSC 18ft (5.48m) IMPORTANT!!! ALL PERSONS USING THIS EQUIPMENT MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. USERS SHOULD

More information

PORTABLE LIGHTNING MAST PROTECTION PLP SERIES INSTRUCTION MANUAL

PORTABLE LIGHTNING MAST PROTECTION PLP SERIES INSTRUCTION MANUAL PORTABLE LIGHTNING MAST PROTECTION PLP SERIES INSTRUCTION MANUAL LBA Technology, Inc. Greenville, NC May 20, 2014 Rev 061515 NOTICE This Instruction Manual is prepared by LBA Technology, Inc. specifically

More information

1.3 LIMITATIONS: The following application limitations must be recognized and considered before using this product:

1.3 LIMITATIONS: The following application limitations must be recognized and considered before using this product: 3965 Pepin Avenue Red Wing, MN 55066-1837 Toll Free: (800) 328-6146 Phone: (651) 388-8282 Fax: (651) 388-5065 www.protecta.com User Instruction Manual AJ720A Concrete Anchor This manual is intended to

More information

Permanent Roof Anchors

Permanent Roof Anchors User Instruction Manual Permanent Roof Anchors Part Number: RL-02(A) ISO 9001: 2008 Registered Manual 103-0062 General Safety Information Under Penalty of Law This User Instruction Manual is not to be

More information

TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT MANUAL 306 RESCUE EQUIPMENT BASIC ROPE RESCUE EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVE: DECEMBER 2008

TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT MANUAL 306 RESCUE EQUIPMENT BASIC ROPE RESCUE EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVE: DECEMBER 2008 TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT MANUAL 306 RESCUE EQUIPMENT 306.003 BASIC ROPE RESCUE EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVE: DECEMBER 2008 The purpose of this section is to provide a guide for members in the use and care of rescue

More information

User Instruction Manual For Davit Rescue System

User Instruction Manual For Davit Rescue System Instructions for the following series products: Rescue Davit System Model numbers 8004000 and 8302500 User Instruction Manual For Davit Rescue System This manual should be used as part of an employee training

More information

Aerial Litter Basket Set-Up

Aerial Litter Basket Set-Up The following information is also based upon the manufactures recommendations of proper aerial stokes set-up procedures, and the teachings of aerial dynamics. Any deviation in setup procedures could possibly

More information

USER S INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF THE GUARDIAN TEMPORARY HORIZONTAL LIFELINE SYSTEM

USER S INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF THE GUARDIAN TEMPORARY HORIZONTAL LIFELINE SYSTEM USER S INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF THE GUARDIAN 04630 TEMPORARY HORIZONTAL LIFELINE SYSTEM 1 WARNING This is a design compatible component for a comprehensive Guardian

More information

MOUNTAIN SKILLS ACADEMY CANADA'S LEADING MOUNTAIN SCHOOL - PERFECTION INSPIRED BY PASSION

MOUNTAIN SKILLS ACADEMY CANADA'S LEADING MOUNTAIN SCHOOL - PERFECTION INSPIRED BY PASSION MSA- S3M2 Winter Crevasse Rescue Course Physiology of a Glacier: 1 Bergshrund a long transverse crevasse where the glacier separates from a mountain side 2 Nunatak an exposed rock outcrop which a glacier

More information

Fall Protection PPT-SM-FALLPROT V.A.0.0

Fall Protection PPT-SM-FALLPROT V.A.0.0 Fall Protection 1 Introduction to Fall Protection Falls account for 13% of fatal injuries 11% of these fatal falls were to a lower level Workers may be required to perform tasks at great heights which

More information

ANSI Z359-Compliant Products from MSA

ANSI Z359-Compliant Products from MSA ANSI Z359-Compliant Products from MSA The ANSI Z359-2007 Fall Protection Code replaces ANSI Z359.1-1992(R1999), Minimum Safety Requirements for Personal Fall Arrest Systems, Subsystems, and Components.

More information

Superwinch DC Electric & Hydraulic Winches Each winch data sheet comprises of two pages. HUSKY PRO 12v & 24v

Superwinch DC Electric & Hydraulic Winches Each winch data sheet comprises of two pages. HUSKY PRO 12v & 24v TM TM Superwinch DC Electric & Winches Each winch data sheet comprises of two pages 12v & 24v DC Electric Winches HUSKY PRO 12v & 24v 2.5 Tonne Winches - 2.5 Tonne to 6 Tonne H9W 2.5 Tonne H8 & H10 3.56

More information

Pitfalls Surrounding PPE Modification. Mark Bridge, treemagineers Ltd. (Rannoch, Scotland)

Pitfalls Surrounding PPE Modification. Mark Bridge, treemagineers Ltd. (Rannoch, Scotland) Pitfalls Surrounding PPE Modification Mark Bridge, treemagineers Ltd. (Rannoch, Scotland) As an industry, we have progressed a long way from simply Bosun s chair and selftied harnesses as they were used

More information

1 SafeClaw Anchorage Connectors

1 SafeClaw Anchorage Connectors Operations and Instruction Manual Model #4077 Portable Concrete Anchorage Connector ANSI Z359.1 10,000 lbs / 44kn OHSA 1910.66 & 1926.502 Effective: 01/2012 Expires: 01/2022 IM-0050 REVA 1 SafeClaw Anchorage

More information

ISO INTERNATIONAL STANDARD. Steel wire ropes for the petroleum and natural gas industries Minimum requirements and terms of acceptance

ISO INTERNATIONAL STANDARD. Steel wire ropes for the petroleum and natural gas industries Minimum requirements and terms of acceptance INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 10425 First edition 2003-08-15 Steel wire ropes for the petroleum and natural gas industries Minimum requirements and terms of acceptance Câbles en acier pour les industries

More information

Tower Rescue for First Responders

Tower Rescue for First Responders Tower Rescue for First Responders July 15-17, 2015 8:00 am 6:00 pm Location: Day 1: Central Pierce Fire & Rescue 8119 Canyon Road Puyallup, WA 98371 Days 2 & 3: Various tower locations in Pierce County

More information

MTR Rope Skill Summary

MTR Rope Skill Summary MR Rope Skill Summary 1. Good rope habits Long-term storage: keep dry, store away from sunlight, solvents, rodents, and unwanted users Short-term handling: avoid stepping on the rope or loading it over

More information

STUDY OF UNDERWATER THRUSTER (UT) FRONT COVER OF MSI300 AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE (AUV) USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA)

STUDY OF UNDERWATER THRUSTER (UT) FRONT COVER OF MSI300 AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE (AUV) USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA) STUDY OF UNDERWATER THRUSTER (UT) FRONT COVER OF MSI300 AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE (AUV) USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA) M. Sabri 1, 2, T. Ahmad 1, M. F. M. A. Majid 1 and A. B. Muhamad Husaini

More information

DBI SALA Confined Space Rescue Davit System

DBI SALA Confined Space Rescue Davit System Instructions for the following series products: Rescue Davit System (See back page for specific model numbers.) User Instruction Manual For Davit Rescue System This manual should be used as part of an

More information

TOWER-TEK RESCUE SOLUTION

TOWER-TEK RESCUE SOLUTION TOWER-TEK RESCUE SOLUTION KT36171 (25m) KT36172 (100m) KT36173 (122m) Manufacturer s Instructions PMIROPE.COM T 1-800-282-ROPE SOLUTIONS & KITS SOLUTIONS This page is intentionally blank. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

More information

SPYDA TEMPORARY ANCHOR POINT

SPYDA TEMPORARY ANCHOR POINT SPYDA TEMPORARY ANCHOR POINT The Spyda Temporary Anchor Point is ideally suited for builders, roofers and maintenance personnel working at heights. Spyda is the market s leading temporary fall arrest anchor

More information

1.2 LIMITATIONS: Consider the following application limitations before using this equipment:

1.2 LIMITATIONS: Consider the following application limitations before using this equipment: User Instruction Manual Standing Seam Roof Anchor This manual is intended to meet the Manufacturer s Instructions, and should be used as part of an employee training program as required by OSHA. Figure

More information

Product Numbers & Ordering Information

Product Numbers & Ordering Information United Kingdom Product Family Söll Vi-Go Vertical Cable System Söll Vi-Go Ladder Climbing Safety Systems provide the ultimate in safety with continuous fall protection when climbing fixed ladders: remarkably

More information

INFLUENCE OF VOLCANIC ASH ON FATIGUE LIFE OF STEEL WIRE ROPES

INFLUENCE OF VOLCANIC ASH ON FATIGUE LIFE OF STEEL WIRE ROPES INFLUENCE OF VOLCANIC ASH ON FATIGUE LIFE OF STEEL WIRE ROPES Authors: Matías Cersósimo / IPH, Buenos Aires, Argentina / mcersosimo@iph.com.ar Jorge López-Digon / INTI, Buenos Aires, Argentina / jdigon@inti.gob.ar

More information

Use of Equipment to Undertake Work Over the Side on Yachts and Other Vessels

Use of Equipment to Undertake Work Over the Side on Yachts and Other Vessels MARINE GUIDANCE NOTE MGN 422 (M) Use of Equipment to Undertake Work Over the Side on Yachts and Other Vessels Notice to all Shipowners, Masters and Crew This notice should be read with the Code of Safe

More information

Transfer Chain (SA-1002) & Adjustable I-Beam Clamp (SA-1039 or SA-1040) Operating Instructions

Transfer Chain (SA-1002) & Adjustable I-Beam Clamp (SA-1039 or SA-1040) Operating Instructions Transfer Chain (SA-1002) & Adjustable I-Beam Clamp (SA-1039 or SA-1040) Operating Instructions SPIDER Page 1 of 8 702127 Rev A Using Transfer Chain with Adjustable I-Beam Clamp Safety Notes Do not use

More information

owner s manual 2012 yeti arc

owner s manual 2012 yeti arc owner s manual 2012 yeti arc YETI CYCLES 600 Corporate Circle, Unit D Golden, CO 80401 888.576.9384 www.yeticycles.com Table of Contents Brand Overview 06 Frame Features 08 Geometery 10 Maintenance Schedule

More information

Rope Runner. This device is intended for work-at-height experts. Misuse may result in death or serious injury.

Rope Runner. This device is intended for work-at-height experts. Misuse may result in death or serious injury. Rope Runner This device is intended for work-at-height experts. Misuse may result in death or serious injury. Original Drawings by Will Ott, Certified Arborist i User s Guide The Singing Tree Rope Runner

More information

Rope Rescue COLORADO TECHNICAL RESCUE. Colorado Technical Rescue 3301 South Field Street Lakewood, CO Phone Fax

Rope Rescue COLORADO TECHNICAL RESCUE. Colorado Technical Rescue 3301 South Field Street Lakewood, CO Phone Fax Rope Rescue COLORADO TECHNICAL RESCUE Colorado Technical Rescue 3301 South Field Street Lakewood, CO 80227 Phone 303.986.1992 Fax 303.988.7041 Table of Contents CHAPTER 1... 4 INTRODUCTION TO ROPE RESCUE...

More information

Figure 1 - Snap Hooks and Carabiners PART NUMBER MANUFACTURER S ID YEAR OF MANUFACTURE PART NUMBER MANUFACTURER S ID YEAR OF MANUFACTURE

Figure 1 - Snap Hooks and Carabiners PART NUMBER MANUFACTURER S ID YEAR OF MANUFACTURE PART NUMBER MANUFACTURER S ID YEAR OF MANUFACTURE Instructions for the following series products: SNAP HOOKS AND CARABINERS (See back page for specific model numbers.) User Instruction Manual Snap Hooks and Carabiners This manual is intended to meet the

More information

Wilson County Emergency Management Agency 110 Oak Street Lebanon, Tennessee 37087

Wilson County Emergency Management Agency 110 Oak Street Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 SOG Name: High Angle & Rope Rescue SOG Number: 403.09 Effective Date: February 2, 2015 Approved: Joey Cooper, Director Reviewed: Scope The purpose of this procedure is to establish guidelines for conducting

More information

ROPE RESCUE. GENERAL 1. Assess (size-up) a rope rescue incident, manage and terminate the incident.

ROPE RESCUE. GENERAL 1. Assess (size-up) a rope rescue incident, manage and terminate the incident. ROPE RESCUE GENERAL 1. Assess (size-up) a rope rescue incident, manage and terminate the incident. REFERENCE: NFPA 1006, 2008 Edition, 5.2.1, 5.2.2, 5.2.3, 5.2.4, 5.2.5, 5.2.7 Given preplan or size-up

More information

ROLLGLISS TOP/R350. Safety and rescue system. Operating and Maintenance Instructions

ROLLGLISS TOP/R350. Safety and rescue system. Operating and Maintenance Instructions ROLLGLISS TOP/R350 Safety and rescue system Operating and Maintenance Instructions Table of Contents 1 1. Safety Instructions...2 1.1 Important instructions for use of the safety and rescue systems 1.2

More information

SECURITY AND CONFIDENCE AT HEIGHT

SECURITY AND CONFIDENCE AT HEIGHT Detachable Cable Sleeve SECURITY AND CONFIDENCE AT HEIGHT THE ULTIMATE IN FALL PROTECTION THE DANGERS OF WORKING AT HEIGHT Every day, workers around the world climb ladders to great heights to get their

More information

Fall Protection Training

Fall Protection Training Fall Protection Training Reference: OSHA 29CFR 1910 OSHA 29CFR 1926 ANSI Z359.1-1992 (R1999) Introduction Deaths occurring from falls during 1996 increased five percent over 1995 figures. This accounts

More information

The Powerful Sealing Calculation

The Powerful Sealing Calculation KLINGER expert 6.0 The Powerful Sealing Calculation The KLINGER expert 6.0 gasket design program is a versatile software to assist users in the selection of non-metallic gasket materials. www.klinger.co.at

More information

Helicopter Rappel - Equipment Testing and Evaluation

Helicopter Rappel - Equipment Testing and Evaluation Helicopter Rappel - Equipment Testing and Evaluation Submitted to: Yosemite National Park Date(s) of Testing/Evaluation: October 28-30, 2010 Submitted by: Mike Gibbs Rigging for, LLC Ouray, Colorado USA

More information

RIT Escape System: Train the Trainer

RIT Escape System: Train the Trainer RIT Escape System: Train the Trainer Explain Regulation history and background Safe Training Specifics to remember about the RIT system 12 NYCRR Part 800.7: June 6, 2008 Emergency Escape and Self Rescue

More information

Certified Accuracy. Ring Force Gauge. Models and Capacities Available. Design and Principle of Operation

Certified Accuracy. Ring Force Gauge. Models and Capacities Available. Design and Principle of Operation Certified Accuracy Ring Force Gauge The accurate measurement of mechanical forces is required in hundreds of applications from a simple weighing procedure to the calibration of testing machines and load

More information

A hose layline contains important information for specifying the replacement assembly: manufacturer, hose trade name, working pressure and hose ID.

A hose layline contains important information for specifying the replacement assembly: manufacturer, hose trade name, working pressure and hose ID. CONTENTS Introduction Pressure Pressure Drop Temperature Rating Bend Radius Conclusion Additional Information SIDEBAR: Understanding Hydraulic Hose Reinforcement INTRODUCTION Hydraulic hose has a finite

More information

Ropework. Stopper knots. Overhand Knot ROPEWORK. Figure of Eight 3.

Ropework. Stopper knots. Overhand Knot ROPEWORK. Figure of Eight 3. Ropework 1 Ropework Stopper knots Stopper knots are used as a temporary method of stopping a rope from fraying or as a method of locking other knots which maybe prone to lossening. The knots are the Overhand

More information

Appendix 9 European Standards and Markings for Fall Arrest. Issue 7: August 2008

Appendix 9 European Standards and Markings for Fall Arrest. Issue 7: August 2008 Appendix 9 European Standards and Markings for Fall Arrest Issue 7: August 2008 This information is extracted from British Standards with the permission of BSI under licence number PD\1998 1367 INTRODUCTION

More information

Rescue Technician Site Operations

Rescue Technician Site Operations Note Taking Guide Rescue Technician Site Operations Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute University of Maryland Steven T. Edwards Fall 2009 Copyright 2009 by the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute. All rights

More information

Saflok Concrete Wedge Anchor

Saflok Concrete Wedge Anchor User Instruction Manual for: Saflok Concrete Wedge Anchor (Model Numbers: 2100085, 2100085C) User Instruction Manual Saflok Concrete Wedge Anchor This manual is intended to meet the Manufacturer s Instructions

More information

Rescue tripods keep falling over

Rescue tripods keep falling over Rescue tripods keep falling over Richard Delaney, RopeLab ITRS presentation, Portland, OR, 2015 Natural, improvised, and purpose built high directionals are used to manage loads over edges and through

More information

Calculating Forces in the Pulley Mechanical Advantage Systems Used in Rescue Work By Ralphie G. Schwartz, Esq

Calculating Forces in the Pulley Mechanical Advantage Systems Used in Rescue Work By Ralphie G. Schwartz, Esq Calculating Forces in the Pulley Mechanical Advantage Systems Used in Rescue Work By Ralphie G. Schwartz, Esq Introduction If you have not read the companion article: Understanding Mechanical Advantage

More information

How to Install a Rope Bridge

How to Install a Rope Bridge How to Install a Rope Bridge Here are some step-by-step instructions on how to build a 2-rope rope bridge. Have a read and if anything is unclear don't hesitate to contact us (613-674-2728 or bb6k@atlanticbraids.com)

More information

AVANTI ANCHOR SAFETY POINT User s, Maintenance and Installation Manual

AVANTI ANCHOR SAFETY POINT User s, Maintenance and Installation Manual Original instructions 1 AVANTI ANCHOR SAFETY POINT User s, Maintenance and Installation Manual AVANTI ANCHOR SAFETY POINT User s Manual and Installation Instructions Date of publication: 2 nd Edition:

More information

13a. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS

13a. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS Hoist Ropes: The most complex component in an installation More than static cables, a hoist rope can be thought of as a machine comprised of numerous moving parts that must work in harmony with each other,

More information

The Viability of Multi-point Rescue Anchors Employing Removable Artificial Protection

The Viability of Multi-point Rescue Anchors Employing Removable Artificial Protection The Viability of Multi-point Rescue Anchors Employing Removable Artificial Protection Presented to: The 29 International Technical Rescue Symposium, Pueblo, Colorado by Philip Spinelli and David Pylman,

More information

3/4 SafeClaw Anchorage Connectors

3/4 SafeClaw Anchorage Connectors Operations and Instruction Manual Model #4075 Portable Concrete Anchorage Connector ANSI Z359.1-07 5,000 lbs / 22kn OHSA 1910.66 & 1926.502 Effective: 01/2012 Expires: 01/2022 IM-0049 REVA 3/4 SafeClaw

More information

ROOF INSPECTION SPECIFIC ROPE ACCESS STANDARDS

ROOF INSPECTION SPECIFIC ROPE ACCESS STANDARDS The Association for Certified Rope Accessed Building Assessment Technicians A Professional Association Serving the Building Inspection Trades Industries ROOF INSPECTION SPECIFIC ROPE ACCESS STANDARDS Third

More information

Fall Protection for Compliance Workman : Quality, Comfort & Value

Fall Protection for Compliance Workman : Quality, Comfort & Value Fall Protection for Compliance Workman : Quality, Comfort & Value Fall Protection for Compliance Workman Full-Body Harnesses Quality, comfort, and value come together in the Workman line of products and

More information

Grain Bin Safety: Entrapment Prevention Kits

Grain Bin Safety: Entrapment Prevention Kits Grain Bin Safety: Entrapment Prevention Kits At SCAFCO Grain Systems Company, we are always focused on safety, which is why we are now offering grain entrapment prevention kits for all flat bottom bins

More information

TOWER INSPECTION REPORT

TOWER INSPECTION REPORT 3010 S. Hwy 77, Suite 600 Waxahachie, Texas 75165 http://ctctower.com Office: 972/923-9504 Fax: 972/923-9619 TOWER INSPECTION REPORT PREPARED FOR MR. CUSTOMER 1,563 GUYED TOWER NEAR CITY, STATE JANUARY

More information

The diminishing loop counterbalance (DLC)

The diminishing loop counterbalance (DLC) Thomas Evans The diminishing loop counterbalance (DLC) Not my idea Taught to me by others Someone else deserves the credit It is brilliant I am sharing it to help others Introduction/Overview Required

More information

The Work At Height Safety Association

The Work At Height Safety Association The Work At Height Safety Association Technical Guidance Note 10 Guidance on the use and inspection of Mobile man anchors to BS EN 975 Class E A series of informative notes for all industries involved

More information

Vertical Lifeline. Ladder Climb. User Instructions. 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety. Fall Protection Equipment

Vertical Lifeline. Ladder Climb. User Instructions. 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety. Fall Protection Equipment 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Fall Protection Equipment Ladder Climb Vertical Lifeline User Instructions User Instructions for the 3M TM Ladder Climb Vertical Lifeline System. Important:

More information

GUARDIAN CB ANCHORS. Model Numbers: SS

GUARDIAN CB ANCHORS. Model Numbers: SS GUARDIAN CB ANCHORS Model Numbers: 00600 00601 00600-SS 00610 00645 00651 00652 00653 00656 00657 00680 00690 10681 10683 USER S MANUAL KEEP THIS FOR YOUR RECORDS AND TRAINING PURPOSES! READ AND UNDERSTAND

More information

Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Division (OR-OSHA) DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER BUSINESS SERVICES

Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Division (OR-OSHA) DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER BUSINESS SERVICES Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Division (OR-OSHA) D B C S DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER BUSINESS SERVICES ADA THE KEY TO ACCESSIBILITY In compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), this publication

More information

DFX II Series. Digital Force Gauge

DFX II Series. Digital Force Gauge DFX II Series Digital Force Gauge Functions and Features Simple Operation User friendly four button operation for; Peak, Units, Zero and Info. PEAK- change from Normal to Peak mode UNITS- select desired

More information

Second Generation Bicycle Charging Station. Engineering Analysis

Second Generation Bicycle Charging Station. Engineering Analysis Second Generation Bicycle Charging Station By Jonathan Jerome, Michael Klinefelter, Connor Kroneberger, Kori Molever, and Robert Rosenberg Team 22B Engineering Analysis Document Submitted towards partial

More information

Rescue Technician: Rope Rescue II

Rescue Technician: Rope Rescue II Rescue Technician: Rope Rescue II Skill Sheet Package Based on NFPA 1006: Standard for Technical Rescue Professional Qualifications, 2013 Edition. Alabama Fire College August 2016 REVISED 02/10/2017 Alabama

More information