VT Prusik for Rescue Belays

VT Prusik for Rescue Belays - Abstract Rope rescue teams typically operate redundant two-rope systems with inclusion of a fail- safe mechanism for fall arrest. Examples include the MPD, 540° Rescue Belay, Petzl [...]

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DCTTRS – Critical Analysis

Two Tension or Not to Tension Much Ado About 4 Meters Abstract: Technical rope rescue has had a long, rich history of healthy debate and disagreement regarding device selection as well as techniques. A [...]

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Mirrored Systems – Reflections From the Edge

International Technical Rescue Symposium (ITRS) ITRS, 2015 Abstract: “Mirrored Systems – Reflections from the Edge” Author: Mike Gibbs, Rigging for Rescue View the Complete Report Background What [...]

By | September 7th, 2016|Categories: ITRS Presentations|0 Comments

High-Modulus Aramid Fiber Friction Hitches in Technical Rope Rescue Systems

International Technical Rescue Symposium (ITRS) PROJECT VIDEOS Abstract In November, 2014, at the International Technical Rescue Symposium (ITRS) in Golden, Colorado, Mike Gibbs of Rigging for Rescue presented on [...]

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Multi-Point Anchor Equalization

Considerations for equalizing multi-point anchor systems International Technical Rescue Symposium (ITRS) Project Videos: View the Complete Report Abstract Building sound anchors is one of the [...]

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Parallel Plaquettes

A lightweight rope rescue system using common climbing equipment International Technical Rescue Symposium (ITRS) Project Videos: View the Complete Report Abstract A current review of rope rescue systems [...]

By | September 4th, 2016|Categories: ITRS Presentations|0 Comments
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