FR200 Rope Rescue Operations Level
This course teaches personnel how to safely conduct basic rope rescue operations. This course focuses on the various knots, rescue hardware, auxiliary equipment, personal protection equipment, rope care and maintenance and standards governing basic rope rescue operations. This course meets or exceeds the general requirements for NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents, Awareness and Operations Level for Rope Rescue.
- $310 per student on campus
- $4,750 flat rate off campus
Must be 18 years of age.
Minimum 12, Maximum 18
Required Student Materials
- NFPA compliant firefighter clothing including helmet, heavy clothing, leather boots suitable for climbing and leather gloves suitable for climbing and rope activities.
- Jones & Bartlett High Angle Rescue Techniques 4th Edition
- Student will be able to identify the needed support resources, given a specific type of rescue incident, so that a resource cache is managed, scene lighting is provided for the tasks to be undertaken, environmental concerns are managed, personnel rehabilitation is facilitated and the support operation facilitates rescue operational objectives.
- Student will be able to manage incident hazards, given scene control barriers, personal protective equipment, requisite equipment, and available specialized resources, so that all hazards are identified, resource application fits the operational requirements, hazard isolation is considered, risks to rescuers and victims are minimized, and rescue time constraints are taken into account.
- Student will be able to transfer a victim to emergency medical services, given local medical protocols, so that all pertinent information is passed from rescuer to EMS provider, and the victim can be transported to a medical care facility.