Rope Rescue Specialist (RRS)

The RRS course gives in-depth instruction to rescuers to bring their knowledge of rope rescue situations to a higher level of mastery.

Summary

The Rope Rescue Specialist (RRS) course is for rope rescue team members who already have completed a comprehensive basic training and want to continue to specialize. This training continues where the Rope Rescue Technician (RRT) course finishes. The RRS course examines advanced technical solutions. It elaborates on the use of multi-pods, monopod and A-frames, various configurations of steep, diagonal and horizontal spans, the use of multiple track lines in highline operations, industrial lead climbing, loads and forces, incident management and scenario training. This training is consistent with NFPA 1670 and 1006 standards for technician level.

This Rescue 3 International training course provides a 3-year certification and online access to the Rescue 3 International certified members page.

Prerequisites

  • Rope Rescue Technician (RRT)
  • Minimum age: 18.

Qualification valid for

3 years

Recertifies

  • Safe Work at Heights (SWAH)
  • Co-Worker Rescue at Heights (CWRH)
  • Rope Access for Emergency Responders (RAFER)
  • Rope Rescue Operator (RRO)
  • Rope Rescue Technician (RRT)
  • Rope Rescue Specialist (RRS)
  • Wind Turbine Operator (WTO)
  • Tower Safety, Climbing, & Rescue (TWR)

Recertified By

  • Rope Rescue Specialist (RRS)

Course Length

  • 3 Days

Course location

Chiang Mai, Thailand

PRICE

20,995 THB

***Please note that the date listed on the calendar is the starting date of the course***

***If for any reason you need to pay using a method not offered on our website or want to discuss a payment plan please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate.***

    Is this course for me?

    If you want the skills to master emergency situations using effective rope systems, this is the course for you!

    What will I learn?
    • Rescue 3 Philosophy
    • Incident Management & Site Control
    • Horizontal litter edge transition without attendant and without high directional
    • Vertical litter edge transition without attendant and without high directional
    • Artificial high directions
    • Force calculations, advanced systems analysis
    • Complex rescue scenarios
    • Advanced knots and anchor point variations
    • Releasable jigger anchors
    • Lead climbing with a shepherd’s hook
    • Lead climbing with self-placed intermediate anchors
    • Aid climbing
    • Installing artificial anchors
    • First-man-up systems
    • Two rope offsets
    • Highline rope system
    • Kootenay highline
    • Highline rope system
    • English reeve
    • Highline rope system
    • Norwegian reeve
    • Multiple track lines in a highline system
    • Night scenarios
    • Rope rescue special problems
    • Job risk analysis
    • Developing standard operational procedures
    • Developing and pre-planning rescue plans
    • Size-up and hazard analysis of an incident
    • Team briefing using a briefing model
    • Supervising and guiding an operational team
    • Communicating with other emergency services
    • Performing a debriefing with a team
    • Use of incident report forms
    • Scenarios
    What is included?
    • Instruction
    • Equipment
    • Teaching materials
    • Lunch
    • Coffee, tea, and snacks
    • Water
    • Insurance
    • 10% off purchase at CMRCA Adventure Store
    • 500 THB off additional courses
    • One day bouldering gym pass
    What is the required equipment?
    • Climbing or fire helmet
    • Leather gloves
    • Work boots, hiking boots, or appropriate footwear
    • Long pants or coveralls
    • Personal climbing or rescue harness
    • Appropriate protective clothing for weather conditions

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