High Angle Rope Rescue

What’s the Difference Between High Angle & Low Angle Rescue?

2020-02-17T18:47:11-07:00

When it comes to rescue scenarios, the higher the angle, the more challenging and technical the rescue becomes. This is because at higher angles, more weight is dependent on the rope setup. At lower angles, at most or all of the rescuer and victim’s weight are supported by the ground which, in most situations, are stable.

What’s the Difference Between High Angle & Low Angle Rescue?2020-02-17T18:47:11-07:00

An Overview of Rope Access for Commercial/Industrial Use

2020-02-28T15:42:10-07:00

Some of the earliest use of ropes for carrying people involved mountaineering and climbing. Since then, the use of ropes has expanded beyond recreational use to many commercial and industrial purposes.

An Overview of Rope Access for Commercial/Industrial Use2020-02-28T15:42:10-07:00

What Certifications Are Required for High Angle Rescue?

2020-02-28T15:37:02-07:00

If your oil, gas or mining site has activities that involve working at heights, having a high angle rescue team on standby is a sound risk management practice. Whether you’re going to hiring a team yourself, or using an outside vendor, a complete due diligence process should be undertaken to ensure the rescuer has the training and experience to perform their job.

What Certifications Are Required for High Angle Rescue?2020-02-28T15:37:02-07:00

Working at Heights in Mining: Why You Need a High Angle Rescue Team

2020-02-28T15:42:30-07:00

Working at heights is any situation where a worker could fall to a lower level than the one they are standing or sitting on. Heights of above 1.8m are considered fatal heights, while heights lower than 1.8 are considered injury danger zones.

Working at Heights in Mining: Why You Need a High Angle Rescue Team2020-02-28T15:42:30-07:00

Protocol Rescue Performing a High Angle Rope Rescue (Video)

2020-02-28T16:00:46-07:00

Protocol Rescue recently teamed up Devon Fire Department in Alberta for a joint exercise to perform a mock technical rope rescue of an injured person at the edge of a cliff. The rescue was filmed by Battalion TV, a web TV show about real-life firefighters and emergency response heroes.

Protocol Rescue Performing a High Angle Rope Rescue (Video)2020-02-28T16:00:46-07:00

Why Outsourcing High Angle Rope Rescue Makes Sense When Oil Prices Are Low

2020-02-28T15:38:34-07:00

In today’s market with soft oil and commodity prices affecting the short-term viability of new and existing projects, outsourcing can be attractive because as it allows you to quickly and easily change course to minimize cost, maximize cash flow and mitigate risk.

Why Outsourcing High Angle Rope Rescue Makes Sense When Oil Prices Are Low2020-02-28T15:38:34-07:00