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Perth - Tower Rescue / Vertical Rescue Course

PUASAR032 - This nationally accredited unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required to undertake vertical rescues in a range of emergency situations in natural and manmade environments. It includes a range of vertical rescue situations, preparing and responding to rescue situations.

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Perth - Tower Rescue  / Vertical Rescue Course
Perth - Tower Rescue  / Vertical Rescue Course

Time & Location

04 June 2024, 8:00 am – 07 June 2024, 4:30 pm

Belmont, 80 Belgravia St, Belmont WA 6104, Australia

About the Event

Experience the ultimate vertical rescue training course with Graviteq, a renowned leader in rope access training. Our comprehensive vertical rescue course is designed to equip participants with the skills and knowledge needed to safely and effectively perform rescues in challenging environments. From high-angle scenarios to confined spaces, our expert instructors will guide you through hands-on training exercises that simulate real-world rescue situations.

Throughout the course, participants will learn essential rope access techniques, rescue equipment operation, team communication, and rescue protocols. With a focus on safety and best practices, this intensive vertical rescue training will empower participants to confidently respond to emergencies and save lives in high-risk environments.

Whether you are a first responder, industrial worker, or outdoor enthusiast, Graviteq's vertical rescue course offers unparalleled training that aligns with industry standards and best practices. Elevate your skills and prepare for the unexpected with Graviteq, the trusted partner for rope access training excellence.

The expected learning outcomes for this Nationally Recognised Training unit is: PUASAR032 Undertake vertical rescue.

Equipment and Course Content:

  • Basic Harness setup, equipment selection & inspection.
  • Use of industrial rope access techniques to access casualty.
  • Use of Mode's Emergency Escape Device for personal evacuation.
  • Use of Mode's Emergency Escape Device for for fall arrest rescue - descent or ascent
  • Use of Gotcha Kit for fall arrest rescue.
  • Use of Mode's Smart Spider Powered Ascender.
  • Packaging a casualty into a variety of stretchers.
  • Use of Skate blocks and for transmission tower rescues.
  • Use of Larkin Frame as an artificial high directional for a cliff rescue team exercise (weather dependent).
  • A wide variety of assorted ascenders, descenders, pulleys and devices commonly used by rope / rescue workers. Including: Petzl ID, ASAP Lock, Jag, Maestro, Reeve, Adjust,

Training is conducted by Graviteq under a commercial agreement with Osten Group: NVR Registered Training Organisation, Nationally Recognised Training (40776).

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