Technical Rescuer Core NFPA 1006

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1 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations Candidate: JPR #CORE- : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.2., 5.2.2, 5.2.3, 5.2.4, 203 Edition TASK: Perform size-up, manage hazards and resources and implement termination procedures at a technical rescue incident, given a specific type of rescue scenario, incident information, a means of communications, ample resources, tactical worksheets, personnel accountability protocol, scene control barriers, and PPE. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall size up the rescue incident; manage hazards and resources and implement termination at a technical rescue incident. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given a specific type of rescue scenario, incident information, communication equipment, resources, tactical worksheets, personnel accountability protocol, scene control barriers and personal protective clothing. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Implements an Incident Management System.0 2. Conducts size-up using observation at scene, interviews of victims and bystanders to gather information and relay information as required.0 3. Establish zones (hot, warm, cold) and isolates areas by the use of barrier controls. 4. Identifies resources needed based on information gathered, including lighting, shelters and thermal protection and tracks equipment and resources utilized 5. Utilizes tactical worksheet.0 6. Implements personnel accountability system.0 7. Assesses hazards.0 8. Prioritizes resources deployment.0 9. Implements a rehabilitation area.0 0. Communicates assignments to personnel.0. Controls communications.0 2. Monitors hazards continuously.0 3. *Incident scene is made safe P/F 4. Personnel and equipment are readied for.0 redeployment 5. Incident report and required documents are completed.0 TOTAL

2 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations JPR #CORE- *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 4 Total Points Needed To Pass = 0 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

3 Tactical Worksheet for Rescue Technician Survey the Scene /Scene Size-up Identify and Assess Hazards Identify Command Assign a Safety Officer Direct Assignments to Personnel Accountability Established Orders Appropriate Resources / Designates Acknowledges Resources Required Staging (Ambulance, Police, Utilities, etc.) Report on Conditions Actions (what are you doing) Zone Creation Identifies Two In / Two Out (RIC) Relay all Relevant Information Among Bystanders Acknowledged Team Members and IC. (Ask Questions, Gather Information) Vehicle Extrication: Charged Hose line Stabilization of Vehicle Inner / Outter Circle Staging High Angle Rescue / Confined Space: Gas Detector / Monitoring Secondary Egress (Specify) Hazards / Obstacles Patient Assessment: Victim Profile Exposure Protection Primary Survey C Spline Immobilization Triage of Victims Secondary Survey Communication (Patient & Rescurer) Vitals Taken/Relayed to IC Victim Removal Communication Among Rescuers Outside Agencies: Turn Over to Advanced Medical Personnel Police Department (RCMP) Ambulance Gas Department Dept. of Health Hazardous Materials Team Coast Guard Red Cross Environment Municipal Departments Power Company Public Works Fisheries Secure The Incident: Prepare to put Scene Back to Normal Turn Scene Over to Police or Other Responsible Party Terminating the Scene: Rehabilitation Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Notify Owner Direct Personnel to Return all Equipment to a Ready state 4

4 Vehicle / Machinery Information: Make: Model: License Plate: Year: Number of Vehicles / Machinery Involved: Number of Casualties Involved: Type of Vehicle / Machinery: Tractor Car Truck ATV Other (Specify) Power Supply Turned Off Y / N Vehicle / Machinery Put in Park Y / N Emergency Person Contact Information: Name: Position in Organization: Telephone Number: 5

5 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations Candidate: JPR #CORE-2 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.2.5, 203 Edition TASK: Conduct a discipline-specific search, given a specific type of rescue scenario, incident information, communication equipment, resources, tactical worksheets, personnel accountability protocol, scene control barriers and personal protective clothing. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall conduct a search, given hazard-specific personal protective equipment, equipment pertinent to search mission, an incident location, and victim investigative information, so that search parameters are established, victim profile is established, the entry and exit of all people either involved in the search or already within the search area are questioned and the information is updated and relayed to command, the personnel assignments match their expertise, all victims are located as quickly as possible, applicable technical rescue concerns are managed, risks to searchers are minimized, and all searchers are accounted for. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given proper personal protective equipment and equipment for a hazard specific search mission, an incident location and victim information. PROCTOR NOTE: Candidate is to be proctored on this skill as an individual No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Personnel accountability system is utilized.0 2. Search parameters are established.0 3. Victim profile is established.0 4. Effective communications are established and.0 maintained between team members 5. All pertinent information gathered from personnel.0 involved is relayed to command 6. Search is systematic and thorough.0 7. Search is expedient and as safe as possible.0 8. Team members and victim safely exit search area.0 9. Rescuers prepare for and performs self-rescue/selfescape.0 TOTAL 9.0 Total Points Possible = 9 Total Points Needed To Pass = 7 Total Points d =

6 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations JPR #CORE-2 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

7 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations Candidate: JPR #CORE-3 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.2.6, 203 Edition TASK: Secure a landing zone and communicate with aircraft personnel of a helicopter until the assignment is complete, given a rescue scenario/incident, operational plans, personal protective equipment, requisite equipment, and available specialized resources. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The student shall perform ground support operations for helicopter activities and demonstrate operational proficiency in establishing and securing a landing zone and communicating with aircraft personnel until the assignment is complete. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: This skill is to be done with portable radios. Proctor in one room and another designated person (not a student) is in another room acting as the pilot. PROCTOR NOTE: This skill is to be done with portable radios. Proctor in one room and another designated person (not a student) is in another room acting as the pilot. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects and utilizes appropriate PPE.0 2. Establishes an effective landing zone that is.0 obstruction free on all sides of touchdown pad 3. Identifies visible hazards.0 4. Effectively communicates conditions and hazards.0 to aircraft crew 5. Initiates and maintains scene safety.0 6. Conducts whole operation in a safe manner.0 TOTAL 6.0 Total Points Possible = 6 Total Points Needed To Pass = 5 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments:

8 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-4 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.2.7, 203 Edition TASK: Terminate a technical rescue operation given an incident scenario, assigned resources, and site safety data, so that rescuer risk and site safety are managed, scene security is maintained and custody transferred to a responsible party, personnel and resources are returned to a state of readiness, record keeping and documentation occur, and post event analysis is conducted. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given an incident scenario, assigned resources and sight safety data, the candidate shall terminate a technical rescue operation so that the listed task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Proper PPE, Pertinent reference material PROCTOR NOTE: Candidate is to be proctored as an individual on this skill. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Personnel accountability is checked.0 2. Risk analysis are established and hazards are.0 mitigated 3. Hazards are mitigated.0 4. All personnel are removed from the scene.0 5. Scene is secured from further entry.0 6. Rescue personnel and equipment are readied for.0 redeployment 7. All documentation of the incident is completed.0 8. Critique and critical incident stress debriefing is held with rescue personnel.0 TOTAL 8.0 Total Points Possible = 8 Total Points Needed To Pass = 6 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments:

9 Standard Area: 5.2 Site Operations Technical Rescuer JPR #CORE-4 2

10 Standard Area: 5.3 Victim Management 5.3. Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-5 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.3., 203 Edition TASK: Triage victims, given triage tags and local protocol, so that rescue versus recovery factors are assessed, triage decisions reflect resource capabilities, severity of injuries is determined, and victim care and rescue priorities are established in accordance with local protocol. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given triage tags and local protocol, the candidate shall triage victims so that the listed task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given triage tags, local protocol, and other equipment designed to allow physical approach to the victim. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Uses local protocol for triage and triage equipment.0 2. Ensures a rescue is a viable option.0 3. Assesses each victim for severity of injuries.0 4. Performs victim triage and attaches triage tags.0 5. Readies victim for transport, by priority level.0 TOTAL 5.0 Total Points Possible = 5 Total Points Needed To Pass = 4 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments:

11 Standard Area: 5.3 Victim Management Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-6 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.3.2, 203 Edition TASK: Move a victim in a low-angle environment, given victim transport equipment, litters, other specialized equipment, and victim removal systems specific to the rescue environment, so that the victim is moved without undue further injuries, risks to rescuers are minimized, the integrity of the victim s securement within the transfer device is established and maintained, the means of attachment to the rope rescue system is maintained, and the victim is removed from the hazard. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given victim transport equipment, litter, other specialized equipment and victim removal systems specific to the rescue environment, the candidate as a part of a team, shall move a victim in a low-angle environment so that the listed task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Proper PPE, litter, specialized equipment for scenario No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects appropriate PPE and transport device.0 2. Properly attaches litter to the rope rescue system.0 3. Ensures safety check is completed.0 4. Gives appropriate commands for system operation.0 5. Minimizes movement to victim.0 6. Negotiates litter around obstacles.0 7. Operation is completed in a safe manner.0 TOTAL 7.0 Total Points Possible = 7 Total Points Needed To Pass = 5 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments:

12 Standard Area: 5.3 Victim Management Candidate: JPR #CORE-7 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.3.3, 203 Edition TASK: Access, assess, stabilize, package, and transfer victims given diagnostic and packaging equipment and an actual or simulated EMS agency, so that rescuers and victim are protected from hazards, the victim s injuries or illnesses are managed, and the victim is delivered to the appropriate EMS provider with information regarding the history of the rescue activity and victim s condition. Given diagnostic and packaging equipment and an actual or simulated EMS agency, so that rescuers and victim are protected from hazards, the victim s injuries or illnesses are managed, and the victim is delivered to the appropriate EMS provider with information regarding the history of the rescue activity and victim s condition. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall demonstrate the ability to use victim immobilization, packaging, and treatment methods appropriate to the situation so that all the task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given diagnostic and packaging equipment and simulated EMS agency. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Victim is packaged and ready for handover to EMS.0 2. Victim is removed from the hazard area by order of.0 priority, according to triage tagging 3. Victim is handed over to EMS.0 4. *EMS is given vitals of victim including LOC, P/F pulse, respiration and BP 5. EMS is given full report on history and treatment of victim.0 TOTAL 4.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 4 Total Points Needed To Pass = 3 Total Points d =

13 Standard Area: 5.3 Victim Management JPR #CORE-7 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

14 Standard Area: 5.4 Maintenance Candidate: JPR #CORE-8 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.4., 203 Edition TASK: Inspect and maintain hazard-specific personal protective equipment, given clothing or equipment for the protection of the rescuers, including respiratory protection, cleaning and sanitation supplies, maintenance logs or records, and such tools and resources as are indicated by the manufacturer s guidelines for assembly or disassembly of components during repair or maintenance, so that damage, defects, and wear are identified and reported or repaired, equipment functions as designed, and preventive maintenance has been performed and documented consistent with the manufacturer s recommendations. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall inspect and maintain hazard-specific personal protective equipment, so that damage, defects, and wear are identified and reported or repaired, equipment functions as designed and preventive maintenance has been performed and documented consistent with the manufacturer s recommendations. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given clothing or equipment for the protection of the rescuers, including respiratory protection, cleaning and sanitation supplies, maintenance logs or records, and such tools and resources as are indicated by the manufacturer s guidelines. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Utilizes manufacturer s service/maintenance.0 guidelines 2. Identifies wear and damage of PPE.0 3. Selects tools and equipment specific to the task.0 4. Uses proper cleaning equipment and supplies.0 correctly 5. Identifies undamaged equipment as in service.0 6. Completes service and maintenance log books.0 TOTAL 6.0 Total Points Possible = 6 Total Points Needed To Pass = 5 Total Points d =

15 Standard Area: 5.4 Maintenance JPR #CORE-8 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

16 Standard Area: 5.4 Maintenance Candidate: JPR #CORE-9 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.4.2, 203 Edition TASK: Inspect and maintain rescue equipment, given maintenance logs and records, tools, and resources as indicated by the manufacturer s guidelines, an equipment replacement protocol, and organizational standard operating procedure, so that the operational status of equipment is verified and documented, all components are checked for operation, deficiencies are repaired or reported as indicated by standard operating procedure, and items subject to replacement protocol are correctly disposed of and changed. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall inspect and maintain hazard-specific personal protective equipment, so that damage, defects, and wear are identified and reported or repaired, equipment functions as designed and preventive maintenance has been performed and documented consistent with the manufacturer s recommendations. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given clothing or equipment for the protection of the rescuers, including respiratory protection, cleaning and sanitation supplies, maintenance logs or records, and such tools and resources as are indicated by the manufacturer s guidelines. PROCTOR NOTE: A number of pieces of equipment to be brought into classroom for student to inspect. No. Task Steps Task Value. Utilizes manufacturer s service/maintenance guidelines.0 2. Identifies wear and damage of rescue equipment.0 3. Selects and uses maintenance tools correctly.0 4. Identifies undamaged equipment as in service.0 5. Completes service and maintenance log books.0 TOTAL 5.0 Total Points Possible = 5 Total Points Needed To Pass = 4 Total Points d = First Test

17 Standard Area: 5.4 Maintenance JPR #CORE-9 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

18 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE-0 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5. TASK: Tie knots, bends, and hitches, given ropes and webbing, so, 203 Edition that the knots are dressed, recognizable, and backed up as required. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall tie the listed required knots, bends, and hitches, so that the knots are dressed, recognizable, and backed up as required. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given ropes and webbing. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Tie a half hitch.0 2. Tie an overhand safety knot.0 3. Tie a barrel knot.0 4. Tie a figure eight on a bite w/safety.0 5. Tie a figure eight follow through.0 6. Tie a double loop figure eight.0 7. Tie a tensionless hitch.0 8. Tie a bowline knot.0 9. Tie a clove hitch w/safety.0 0. Tie a figure eight bend w/safety.0. Tie a double fisherman.0 2. Tie a square knot w/safety.0 3. Tie a butterfly knot.0 4. Tie a water knot w/safety.0 5. Tie a Munter hitch.0 6. Tie a prusik hitch.0 TOTAL 6.0 Total Points Possible = 6 Total Points Needed To Pass = Total Points d =

19 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging JPR #CORE-0 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

20 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE- : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.2, 203 Edition TASK: Construct a single-point anchor system, given life safety rope and other auxiliary rope rescue equipment, so that the chosen anchor system fits the incident needs, meets or exceeds the expected load, and does not interfere with rescue operations an efficient anchor point is chosen, the need for redundant anchor points is assessed and used as required, the anchor system is inspected and loaded prior to being placed into service, and the integrity of the system is maintained throughout the operation. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall construct a single point anchor system given life safety rope, edge protection, and other auxiliary rope rescue equipment, so as to demonstrate the ability to select rope and equipment, tie knots, rig systems, evaluate anchor points for required strength, location, and surface contour and perform a system safety check. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given life safety rope, edge protection, and other auxiliary rope rescue equipment. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects anchor point for required strength, location.0 and surface contour 2. Selects proper rope and equipment.0 3. Ties required knots successfully.0 4. Properly rigs systems.0 5. *Performs a safety check of the finished system P/F TOTAL 4.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 4 Total Points Needed To Pass = 3 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments:

21 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging JPR #CORE- 2

22 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-2 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: TASK: Place edge protection, given life safety rope or webbing, 203 Edition traversing a sharp or abrasive edge, edge protection, and other auxiliary rope rescue equipment, so that the rope or webbing is protected from abrasion or cutting, the rescuer is safe from falling while placing the edge protection, the edge protection is secure, and the rope or webbing is securely placed on the edge protection. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given life safety rope or webbing traversing a sharp or abrasive edge, edge protection and other auxiliary rope rescue equipment, the candidate shall place the edge protection so that the listed task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: PPE, edge protection, rope or webbing, required equipment. No. Task Steps Task Value. Selects protective devices for rope and webbing.0 2. Provides personnel fall protection while working near edges.0 so that the rescuer is safe from falling while placing the edge protection 3. Secures edge protection.0 4. Secure ropes or webbing in a specific location.0 5. The rope or webbing is securely placed on the edge protection.0 TOTAL 5.0 Total Points Possible = 5 Total Points Needed To Pass = 4 Total Points d = First Test Proctor/Candidate Comments:

23 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-3 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.4, 203 Edition TASK: Construct a simple rope mechanical advantage system, given life safety rope, carabineers, pulleys, rope grab devices, and auxiliary rope rescue equipment, so that the system constructed can accommodate the load, is efficient, and is connected to an anchor system and the load. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given life safety rope, carabineers, pulleys, rope grab devices and auxiliary rope rescue equipment the candidate shall construct a simple rope mechanical advantage system so that the listed task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given life safety rope, carabineers, pulleys, rope grab devices, and auxiliary rope rescue equipment. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects proper rope and equipment for task.0 2. Constructs a simple mechanical system by choosing.0 and rigging the appropriate system 3. Ties appropriate knots correctly.0 4. Mechanical advantage system is attached to the.0 anchor and load 5. *Performs a system safety check P/F TOTAL 4.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 4 Total Points Needed To Pass = 3 Total Points d = Proctor/Candidate Comments:

24 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-4 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.5, 203 Edition TASK: Direct a team in the operation of a simple rope mechanical advantage system in a low-angle raising operation, given rescue personnel, a specified minimum travel distance for the load, an established rope rescue system incorporating a simple rope mechanical advantage system, a load to be moved, and an anchor system, so that the movement is controlled; a reset is accomplished; the load can be held in place when needed; operating methods do not stress the system to the point of failure, commands are used to direct the operation, and potential problems are identified, communicated, and managed. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given rescue personnel, a minimum load haul distance of 0 feet, an established rope rescue system incorporating a simple rope mechanical advantage system, a load to be moved and an anchor system, the candidate shall direct the team in the operation of a simple rope mechanical advantage system in a low angle raising operation so that the listed task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given rescue personnel, an established rope rescue system incorporating a simple rope mechanical advantage system, a load to be moved, and an anchor system. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Directs personnel effectively.0 2. Uses operational commands while directing team.0 3. Determines if system is operating efficiently.0 4. Identifies any safety concerns to the team.0 5. *Performs a system safety check P/F TOTAL 4.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 4 Total Points Needed To Pass = 3 Total Points d =

25 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Technical Rescuer JPR #CORE-4 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

26 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Technical Rescuer Candidate: JPR #CORE-5 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.6, 203 Edition TASK: Function as litter tender in a low-angle lowering or hauling operation, given a rope rescue system, a specified minimum travel distance for the litter tender, life safety harnesses, litters, bridles, and specialized equipment necessary for the environment, so that risks to victims and rescuers are minimized; the means of attachment to the rope rescue system is secure; and the terrain is negotiated while minimizing risks to equipment or persons. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given a rope rescue system, a specified minimum travel distance for the litter tender, life safety harnesses, litters, bridles, and specialized equipment necessary for the environment, so that risks to victims and rescuers are minimized; the means of attachment to the rope rescue system is secure; and the terrain is negotiated while minimizing risks to equipment or persons the candidate shall function as litter tender so that all the task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given rope rescue system, specified minimum travel distance for the litter tender, life safety harness, litters, bridles and specialized equipment necessary for the environment. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects and properly uses rescuer harness and personal protective equipment for common environments 2. Attach the life safety harness to the rope rescue.0 system 3. Maneuver across the terrain.0 4. Manage the litter while suspended from the rope.0 rescue system 5. Evaluate surroundings for potential hazards.0 TOTAL Total Points Possible = 5 Total Points Needed To Pass = 4 Total Points d =

27 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Technical Rescuer JPR #CORE-5 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

28 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE-6 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.7, 203 Edition TASK: Construct a lowering system, given an anchor system, life safety rope(s), descent control device, and auxiliary rope rescue equipment, so that the system can accommodate the load, is efficient, is capable of controlling the descent, is capable of holding the load in place or lowering with minimal effort over the required distance, and is connected to an anchor system and the load. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Given an anchor system, life safety rope(s), descent control device, and auxiliary rope rescue equipment, the candidate shall construct a lowering system so that the system can accommodate the load, is efficient, is capable of controlling the descent, is capable of holding the load in place or lowering with minimal effort over the required distance, and is connected to an anchor system and the load so that all the task steps are completed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given an anchor system, life safety rope(s), descent control device, and auxiliary rope rescue equipment. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects proper rope and equipment for the system.0 2. Attaches a descent control device to the anchor.0 3. Attaches rope to load with proper knot.0 4. Rope is attached to the decent control device so the.0 system can accommodate the load 5. *Performs system safety check P/F TOTAL 4.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 4 Total Points Needed To Pass = 3 Total Points d =

29 Standard Area: Site Operations JPR #CORE-6 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

30 Standard Area: Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE-7 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.8, 203 Edition TASK: Direct a lowering operation in a low-angle environment, given rescue personnel, an established lowering system, a specified minimum travel distance for the load, and a load to be moved, so that the movement is controlled; the load can be held in place when needed; operating methods do not stress the system to the point of failure; rope commands are used to direct the operation; and potential problems are identified; communicated, and managed. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall direct a lowering operation in a low-angle environment so that the movement is controlled; the load can be held in place when needed; operating methods do not stress the system to the point of failure; rope commands are used to direct the operation; and potential problems are identified; communicated, and managed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given rescue personnel, an established lowering system, a specified minimum travel distance for the load, and a load to be moved. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Directs personnel effectively.0 2. Uses operational commands while directing the.0 team 3. Determines if system is operating efficiently.0 4. Movement of the load is smooth and controlled.0 5. Identifies any safety concerns to the team.0 6. *Performs safety check P/F TOTAL 5.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 5 Total Points Needed To Pass = 4 Total Points d =

31 Standard Area: Ropes/Rigging JPR #CORE-7 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

32 Standard Area: Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE-8 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.9, 203 Edition TASK: Construct a belay system, given life safety rope, anchor systems, personal protective equipment, and rope rescue equipment, so that the system is capable of arresting a fall, a fall will not result in system failure, the system is not loaded unless actuated, actuation of the system will not injure or otherwise incapacitate the belayer, the belayer is not rigged into the equipment components of the system, and the system is suitable to the site and is connected to an anchor system and the load. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall construct a belay system so that the system is capable of arresting a fall, a fall will not result in system failure, the system is not loaded unless actuated, actuation of the system will not injure or otherwise incapacitate the belayer, the belayer is not rigged into the equipment components of the system, and the system is suitable to the site and is connected to an anchor system and the load. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given life safety rope, anchor systems, personal protective equipment, and rope rescue equipment. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Selects a belay system to construct.0 2. Ties appropriate knots.0 3. Able to rig the belay system.0 4. Attaches belay system to anchor system.0 5. Attaches belay system onto load.0 6. Dons appropriate PPE.0 7. *Performs a system safety check P/F TOTAL 6.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 6 Total Points Needed To Pass = 6 Total Points d =

33 Standard Area: Ropes/Rigging JPR #CORE-8 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

34 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE-9 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5.0, 203 Edition TASK: Operate a belay system during a lowering or raising operation, given an operating lowering or hauling system, a specified minimum travel distance for the load, a belay system, and a load, so that the belay device system is not actuated during operation of the primary rope rescue system, the belay system is prepared for actuation at all times during the operation, the belayer is attentive at all times during the operation, the load s position is continually monitored, and the belayer moves rope through the belay device as designed. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall operate a belay system during a lowering or raising operation so that the belay device system is not actuated during operation of the primary rope rescue system, the belay system is prepared for actuation at all times during the operation, the belayer is attentive at all times during the operation, the load s position is continually monitored, and the belayer moves rope through the belay device as designed. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given an operating lowering or hauling system, a specified minimum travel distance for the load, a belay system, and a load. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Tend the belay system as designed.0 2. Tie approved knots.0 3. Evaluates the systems effectiveness.0 4. Attaches belay line to the belay device correctly.0 5. Dons appropriate PPE.0 6. Communicates the belay systems status effectively.0 7. *Performs a system safety check P/F TOTAL 6.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 6 Total Points Needed To Pass = 5 Total Points d =

35 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging JPR #CORE-9 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

36 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging Candidate: JPR #CORE-20 : _ Candidate #: STANDARD: 5.5., 203 Edition TASK: Belay a falling load in a high-angle environment, given a belay system and a dropped load, so that the belay line is not taut until the load is falling, the belay device is actuated when the load falls, the fall is arrested, the belayer utilizes the belay system as designed, and the belayer is not injured or otherwise incapacitated during actuation of the belay system. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall belay a falling load in a high-angle environment so that the belay line is not taut until the load is falling, the belay device is actuated when the load falls, the fall is arrested, the belayer utilizes the belay system as designed, and the belayer is not injured or otherwise incapacitated during actuation of the belay system. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Given a belay system and a dropped load. No. Task Steps Task Value First Test. Operates belay system as designed.0 2. Tie appropriate knots.0 3. Dons appropriate PPE.0 4. Recognizes the falling load.0 5. *Stops the falling load P/F 6. Communicates that belay system is activated.0 TOTAL 5.0 *Critical Item Pass/Fail Total Points Possible = 5 Total Points Needed To Pass = 4 Total Points d =

37 Standard Area: 5.5 Ropes/Rigging JPR #CORE-20 Proctor/Candidate Comments: 2

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