A complete fall protection plan includes Anchorage, Body Support, Connectors, and a Rescue Plan. Learn about the ABC’s of fall protection, plus what each of them means in this video. See all Tower Climbing Gear: http://ss1.us/a/h5Y72Omb More from GME Supply: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gmesupply Twitter - https://twitter.com/gmesupply G+ - http://www.google.com/+Gmesupply Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gmesupply
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Detachable self-rescue device is a smarter, faster way to rescue. It connects to a worker’s current safety harness, providing a fast, effective method of escape from suspension, while minimizing risk for the wearer, coworkers and rescue personnel
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This short video concerning emergency rescue planning for work at height is produced by the City of London Corporation's Health and Safety Team for those who may be involved in planning or authorising work at height. This video is not intended to promote any particular type of work at height industry or rescue method and the decisions made at any premises for which you have responsibility should be based upon your own risk assessment. Any brands observed within this video are entirely coincidental and should not be considered to be promotional or critical in any way. Further details are available from www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/healthandsafety
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The Authorized Climber Cell Tower Training Certification of Completion course is designed to include the OSHA required training listed Authorized Climberon the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR’s 1910 and 1926) related to work at a wireless communication site. Specific areas addressed include site hazard assessment, mandated safety meetings, American National Standards Institute (ANSI Z359), Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS), and fall restraint techniques, fixed ladder usage, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and emergency contingency planning (including rescue techniques). Tower Safety and Instruction education meets or exceeds the requirements established by NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors). The Cell Tower ‘ Comtrain Authorized Climber’ training is designed to provide the student with information and experience to assure safety when working at a tower site, it’s also structured to assure meaningful, well-remembered lessons and make us a part of your cell tower team. Tower Safety & Instruction objectives are always “PROTECT THE TOWER WORKER” go ahead do something impossible today, Get Tower Certified! Call us , we want to hear from you 480-313-0678 Authorized Climber Training Classroom Learning Objectives Policies, OSHA, NATE, ANSI, TIA regulations-Fall Protection Anchorages,Connectors,Snap Hooks and D-Rings Identify, Inspect, and Perform safety administration Understand the use of Lanyards,Life Lines,Roper Grabs, and Ladder Climbing Systems Knots & Hitches, Rigging Antenna Lines Develop Rescue and Pre- Climb checklists Structure Types and Hardware Learn about Monopole, Guyed, and Lattice Cell Towers Wireless Hazards Rescue plan Employee Responsibilities Climbing Techniques Maintain 100%. learn ascent, descent and industry climbing practices Tips for avoiding injury Tower/Self Rescue Procedures Equipment Suspension trauma: basic treatment Field Training Environmental and Structure Hazards Equipment inspections Tower Climbing Proper techniques/100% tie off Victim Rescue Use of rescue services and fall protection systems to minimize rescue needs. authorized climber Authorized Climber Course Enroll Today! Start Your Future Tomorrow! 480-313-0678
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With the push in recent years to expand cell phone coverage and thereby eliminate those dreaded "Dead Spots", cell towers are popping up in every corner of the country at an amazing rate. But along with this push comes a price: More and more tower workers are exposed to the risks of extreme height, Radio Frequency (RF) radiation exposure, high voltage, and gale force winds. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has deemed Cell Tower Work as the most dangerous job in America, with the highest fatality rate per 100,000 workers of any occupation (beating out loggers, miners, and deep sea fisherman). With the 2007 enactment of the ANSI Z359 standard, employers are charged with keeping their workers safe by providing them with rescue equipment and training. Calling 911 is no longer an acceptable rescue plan. But inevitably, more and more Rescue Professionals are being called to perform tower rescues. This free webinar will discuss both the similarities and differences between Companion Onsite Tower Rescue and Professional EMS Tower Rescues. Different tools and methods to accomplish the same goal-the successful rescue of a tower worker, will be discussed in this hour long presentation.
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Tower Safety training includes Authorized Climber Certification, Competent Climber Certification, and Train the Trainer. Our Tower Safety and rescue included with every class makes us unique with our industry recognized trainers, quality handbook and continued service to the tower industry. The Authorized Climber Cell Tower Training Certification of Completion course is designed to include the OSHA required training listed Authorized Climberon the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR’s 1910 and 1926) related to work at a wireless communication site. Specific areas addressed include site hazard assessment, mandated safety meetings, American National Standards Institute (ANSI Z359), Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS), and fall restraint techniques, fixed ladder usage, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and emergency contingency planning (including rescue techniques) Call Tower Safety today 480-313-0678 Where The Best Get Better
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Having a rescue plan is extremely important, and in order to have an effective rescue plan you need an effective rescue kit. In this video we are going to explain 3 of our custom built rescue kits. You'll learn about our Tower Rescue Kit, Standard Rescue Kit, and Z-Rig Kit. GME Tower Rescue Kit: http://ss1.us/a/175P1RZh GME Standard Rescue Kit: http://ss1.us/a/FPp1RKNc GME Z-Rig Kit: http://ss1.us/a/jjcuORCj More from GME Supply: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gmesupply Twitter - https://twitter.com/gmesupply G+ - http://www.google.com/+Gmesupply Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gmesupply
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POD Training and Consultancy's Tower and Pylon Rescue course is a combination of classroom sessions focused on fall protection theory and practical hands-on exercises which train workers to a competent level in fall protection and rescue for the telecoms industry. Focusing on the use of a planned approach to working at heights, this course begins with basic fall protection theory and includes the fall protection hierarchy and applicable to fall protection regulations. It also introduces the most common fall protection tools and rescue methods bespoke for each course
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The DBI SALA® Self Rescue System is an easy to use device that attaches to your safety harness and allows you to safely lower yourself to the ground after a fall.
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The DBI Sala XP Tower Climbing Harness is a great mid- to high-end tower harness. With many features of very expensive harnesses and a low price, it’s a perfect option for every person on your tower crew. See the Exofit XP: http://ss1.us/a/wTahEBHH More from GME Supply: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gmesupply Twitter - https://twitter.com/gmesupply G+ - http://www.google.com/+Gmesupply Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gmesupply
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The Tower crane rescue evacuation training course is intended for people working with tower cranes who may be required to rescue a casualty from the cab or crane structure or a person who may be suspended on a lanyard after a fall. Complies with the requirements of Construction Plant-hire Association technical note TIN013 –‘Rescue of Personnel from Height on Tower Cranes’. Candidates will learn how to use Rescue Pack CRD to rescue a casualty to the ground. The casualty can be raised and lowered using RescuePack to allow movement to a safe descent location. Includes information on the selection of anchorages, safe descent path, casualty care and the need for correct handling of a casualty and the risks associated with a harness suspension. Practical exercises include the use of a casualty harness and extension pole. Medical requirements A self-certified statement of reasonable medical fitness will be required, prior to attendance. Entry requirements Should be comfortable with exposure to heights Competent in the use of PPE for work at height.
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The Rollgliss™ R550, fall rescue and descent system, provides safe, secure and efficient automatic rescue and descent for cell phone towers, aerial lifts, cranes, wind towers, buildings and more. http://www.capitalsafety.com/en-us/Pa.... Improve your fall protection rescue plan with the Rollgliss R550 rescue and descent system.
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A fall arrest rescue performed on an incapacitated scaffolder and a Tower Crane Rescue
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When it comes to tower climbing, if you want to do it yourself, plan for safety. In this video, I talk about tower climbing equipment, how to inspect it, how to care for it, and how to be safe in general. I do mix up harness, and lanyard in some cases, but you can see what I mean.
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Wireless Estimator recently reported on the 7th tower climber fatality in 2013 compared to only 1 loss in 2012. Mobile operators (i.e. AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile) are under pressure to complete deployment of LTE networks. This pressure has created a surge in the demand for tower climbers and tower crews across the United States. "There are new companies springing up by the month" said Todd Schlekeway, Executive Director National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) during a recent interview with RCR Wireless News. "We are working very hard to identify these new companies so that they have access to the resources they need to become qualified contractors to make sure their personnel are not placed on sites prematurely". Outlined below is the NATE START General Contractor safety checklist: - The contractor has obtained insurance coverage appropriate for the scope of work, prior to commencing the work (e.g. worker's compensation; general liability; etc.). - The contractor has the necessary experience, references and capability to properly perform the specific job at hand. - The contractor has a written safety program and agrees to conduct regular safety audits of its job sites by a competent person. - The contractor agrees to provide a site-specific safety plan including rigging, structural and RF safety procedures, and fall protection requirements for this specific job. - The contractor agrees there will be a competent and qualified person at the project site who will conduct daily safety audits. - The contractor agrees to maintain written records of the safety audits for a period of at least one year. - The contractor requires pre-employment physical agility or physical fitness tests to determine ability to perform job tasks. - The contractor conducts drug screening of employees for unlawful use of controlled substances. - The contractor provides an orientation and awareness program for new hires prior to performance of any work. - The contractor ensures that their tower climbers have been properly trained and understand OSHA regulations in the areas of fall protection and rescue. - The contractor agrees to conduct a hazard assessment to determine the requirements for personal protective equipment, including fall protection. - The contractor maintains written documentation of all training as required. - If the contractor is required to maintain OSHA 300 logs, they have submitted those documents for the past two years. For those companies not required to keep OSHA 300 logs, they have provided the number of employees on staff and a report on accidents they have sustained, including the nature, type and number of accidents for the past two years. - The contractor agrees to notify the Company in writing if subcontractors are to be used prior to the use of such subcontractors. - The contractor agrees that any subcontractors hired will be required to meet the same contractor requirements outlined in this document. - The contractor agrees to adhere to the provisions of OSHA Directive CPL 2-1.36 if any personnel hoisting is to be conducted. - The contractor agrees to maintain good housekeeping on the job site.
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Patrick Irish from Gravitec provides RCR Wireless News with an overview of Gravitec. Using a 50,000 square foot facility in Seattle, WA, Gravitec provides over 70 tower safety courses. MAQ02296
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In light of the recent earthquake in Napa County, an inquiry was made regarding the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Helicopter Unit’s (Henry 1), ability to conduct urban search and rescue missions (USAR). Two days after the Napa earthquake, the Henry 1 crew conducted a joint training operation with the Santa Rosa Fire Department, demonstrating Henry 1’s vertical reference precision long line rescue technique. The Henry 1 crew was able to rescue 5 simulated victims from the 5 story Santa Rosa Fire Department training tower in under 7 minutes. The Henry 1 crew was able to perform these simulated rescues with the standard rescue equipment carried on the aircraft and without any additional personal. For additional information please visit www.friendsofhenry1.org
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http://www.houzztv.com To keep his 15 rescue cats occupied, home builder Peter Cohen has constructed elaborate catwalks, tunnels, platforms and perches throughout his California home. This is one fun house you've got to see to believe.
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Self-braking descender for rescue, with anti-panic function and no gate, that allows descent control, easier movement on inclined or horizontal terrain and positioning at the work station without the need to tie off the device. http://www.petzl.pro
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JP Jones, Vice President of Safety LMS, joins host Jeff Mucci for a review of tower climber training trends, specifically a closer look at TIRAP and NWSA
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Emergency planning/terrorism/evacuation Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1300 669 155 In this video, John from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on how to ascend and descend past a knot during vertical rescue training / operations. Learn more - read this ... Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: email@example.com Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: http://youtu.be/PyLcI0j3IIw
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EZ Don Harness and Self Escape Egress from above. This video shows the easy use of the harness when workers above need to escape to the ground safely and effectively.
Views: 510 RIT SafetySolutions