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2. Fire-warriors at Height. Rooftop top flame fightingLarge vehicle extricationSuicide interventionCrag, precipice, crane and building rescueHP/ALP operationAnimal rescueNon-operational assignments
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Useful Operational Considerations Jez Hunter MIOSH IRATA L3

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Fire-warriors at Height Roof best putting out fires Large vehicle removal Suicide mediation Crag, bluff, crane and building salvage HP/ALP operation Animal save Non-operational assignments – designing errands

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Sources of Training Best Practice Industry best practice IRATA PASMA Aboriculture Association British Standards BS7985:2002 – Code of practice for the utilization of rope get to techniques for mechanical purposes BS 8437:2005 Code of practice for choice, utilize and upkeep of individual fall security frameworks and gear for use in the work environment Fire Service Manual Volume 4 – Guidance, consistence and Training Framework for Rope Working Fire Service Manual Volume 2 – Rope working CFOA WAHR 2005 Guidance for the Fire and Rescue Service

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Competence Combination of functional and hypothetical information, experience, aptitude and judgment Test of fitness… Able to evaluate the dangers viably Able to devise and actualize a protected arrangement of work Able to distinguish and stop perilous circumstances

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Safety at Height Training

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Different Ways to Skin a Cat! CCFB First Response All staff prepared in working at stature All faculty prepared to impact straightforward group lift and lower 2 man salvages 2 x Wholetime Specialist Rescue Team able to do substantial creature removal, bound space and propelled safeguard Training conveyed by 8 (6 wholetime) SRT teachers and evaluated yearly by RIG Systems

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Different Ways to Skin a Cat! DFRS call wellbeing at tallness: SHACS Training separated into 2 Levels All work force prepared to Level 1 Only IRMP distinguished Stations prepared to Level 2 Clear connection to 2 Specialist Rope Rescue Teams SHACS preparing conveyed by 15 SHACS teachers (3 of these SRT Instructors)

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SHACS PACK

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DFRS SHACS Level 1 Level 1 NORMAL ability: Provide security at stature (Restraint and Fall Arrest) just if a save can be mounted from the beginning setback until SRT or Level 2 Team arrive Provide a straightforward save in conjunction with a 135 Ladder (supplanting bringing down utilizing line underneath penetrate)?? Level 1 Packs EXCEPTIONAL ability: Lower a suspended rescuer to the ground

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First Response Level 2 Level 2 capacity carried on IRMP distinguished stations Level 2 Packs NORMAL ability: Facilitate rescuer access into and departure from Confined Spaces Lower a rescuer to a stricken setback to render emergency treatment and balance out until SRT landing Level 2 packs EXCEPTIONAL ability Undertake a lower save with Attendant and loss

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Strategic Synergy L Locate Level 1 A Access Simple – Level 1 Complex – Level 2 S Stabilise Simple – Level 2 Complex – SRT T Transport SRT

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Specialist Rescue Teams Levels of fitness Technician – 4 days preparing Supervisor – 5 days additionally preparing Instructor – 5 days additionally preparing SRTs enlarged capacity Move 2 man loads Mount an individual-based protect Advanced loss bundling

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Reg 6 – Hierarchy of Controls Avoid Hose mounted ALP Removing access to jumpers Prevent utilizing reasonable and adequate measures Use a current place – troublesome when reacting to unconstrained occasions Use a current method for get to – this could have been basically undermined Select aggregate counteractive action measures over individual measures eg. watch rails in ALP instead of limitation cords Minimize separation and results - Nets/Fall capture with grapple point high Minimize outcome - Soft Landing Systems/Fall Arrest with stay point low/ALJs Provide data, preparing or different measures to minimize impacts of a fall

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Individual Fall Prevention and Protection Systems

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Work Restraint "A particular type of individual fall anticipation framework by which a man is kept from achieving zones where a danger of a fall exists"

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Limitations of Restraint

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Work situating "A individual fall insurance framework that empowers a client to work while bolstered in pressure or suspension in a manner that a fall is counteracted or restricted" Max fall under 0.5m

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Roped Access An individual fall assurance framework that particularly utilizes two "static" independently secured sub-frameworks – one as a method for support and alternate as a wellbeing move down. This is utilized to get to and from the work environment and to embrace work situating

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Fall Arrest "An individual fall insurance framework by which a fall is captured to keep the crash of the client with the ground or structure" Max fall under 4m and 6kN

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More adaptable than limitation however the flight way should be clear and the protect is dangerous?

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Life-lining

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Working Safely on Roofs Avoid – don\'t battle fire from rooftop Prevent Use ALP Access utilizing 135/105 stepping stool with restriction strap and finish tie off Secure rooftop step utilizing ties Rig a grapple line if fast mobility is required Ensure delicate rooftops are recognized and stayed away from if conceivable Mitigate Fall capture/ALJs Information, direction and preparing

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PPE and Lifting Equipment Competent Persons PPE overseers must be skilled to altogether look at hardware as per an investigation plan. They ought to know about: Legislative prerequisites How and why gear comes up short How to methodicallly look at hardware How to isolate, keep up, repair and arrange How to record discoveries (Schedule 7 WAHR and Reg 10 LOLER)

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Integrating Rescue Capabilities Swiftwater Flood Rescue Awareness First Response Awareness Individual Rescue Team Rescue Swiftwater Flood Rescue Safety Officer Height Safety Officer Swiftwater Flood Rescue Operator First Response Operator Ropework Operator Confined Space Training (USAR) Swiftwater Flood Rescue ERB Competent Crew Moving Water 3D Rescue PPE/Lifting Equip Competent Person Swiftwater Flood Rescue Technician First Response Technician Ropework Technician Animal Extrication Swiftwater Flood Rescue Instructor First Response Instructor Ropework Instructor Structural Anchor Installation Technician

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CPD Logbooks connected to IPDS and Electronic Database

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Maintaining expertise cash Logbooks connected to IPDS and Electronic Database Development of Field Operations Guides Establishment of reliable money necessities Annual refresher and revalidation preparing Audits, Exercises and CPD openings

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Recruit Initial Training Wholetime Training Retained Training Session 1 Retained Training Session 2 Retained Training Session 3 CPD 1 Technician or Instructor CPD 2 CPD 3 AUDIT

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BSc Technical Rescue

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Summary WAHR is not new, we simply need to bear on applying best practice An association wide arrangement is the best with a specific end goal to institutionalize innovation, strategy and skills Techniques are always advancing – systems are progressively important

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www.rigsystems.co.uk 01208 814538 07967 584251 jez@rigsystems.co.uk

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