The third and final level of preparation for a rope access technician.
About the Course
Filmed at Petzl’s North American Headquarters, “Rope Access” refers to a set of techniques where a two rope system with specialized hardware are used as the primary means of providing access and support to workers. It provides a safe, cost-effective, and efficient means of accessing structures and geologic features for inspection, maintenance, and construction. The Rope Access Project: Primer is a three-part series that explicitly covers the three definitive levels of rope access skill-sets and prepares technicians for safe working at height and is a continuous model for technique retention.
What You’ll Learn
Once enrolled in The Rope Access Project: SPRAT Certification Level 3 course, students will gain skills related to:
Passing knots on descent with a casualty
Rescue descend with a casualty through loops
Rescue with a casualty on a short link
Breaking into a tight rope
Rescue tension ropes
Unit 1: Welcome
Unit 2: Passing Knots on Descent With a Casualty
2.1 Passing Knots on Descent With a Casualty
2.2 Video Tutorial: Passing Knots on Descent With a Casualty
Unit 3: Rescue-Descend With Casualty Through Loop
3.1 Rescue-Descend With Casualty Through Loop
3.1 Video Tutorial: Rescue-Descend With Casualty Through Loop
Unit 4: Rescue With Casualty on a Short Link
4.1 Rescue With Casualty on a Short Link
4.1 Video Tutorial: Rescue With Casualty on a Short Link
Unit 5: Rescue Hauling: Breaking Into a Tight Rope
5.1 Rescue Hauling: Breaking Into a Tight Rope
5.2 Video Tutorial: Rescue Hauling: Adv. Rescue Tension Ropes
Unit 6: Rescue Hauling: Adv. Rescue Tension Ropes
6.1 Rescue Hauling: Adv. Rescue Tension Ropes
7.2 Video Tutorial: Hanging Haul
Unit 7: Wrap Up
7.1 Wrap Up
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