"It All Starts Here... If These Blow-Out, You Are Screwed! "

Anchors are the foundation of rescue systems, critical for timely and efficient operations. Responders quickly evaluate and set up the right anchor system before proceeding with other tasks.

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2. "Elevated Anchors" - Explore advanced techniques for tackling elevated scenarios.
3. "Knot Craft" - Unleash your knot-tying prowess with this comprehensive guide.

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Inside The Anchors and Knots Toolset

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Elevated Anchor Systems
The use of elevated anchors (i.e. high directional anchor systems) is a mandatory requirement of NFPA 1670 for rope technicians. Having said this, it’s impossible to discuss one facet of rope rigging and not address all the many other aspects at the same time. A rope system is like a living breathing thing; like any living thing, it's composed of many cells and body parts. Yes, these many parts are separate components, but without a realization of the whole body, each component means little. This is the essence of the knowledge base that rope rescue technicians must try to ascend to.
Anchors & Systems
Anchors are the foundation on which we build our rescue systems. Rescuers must quickly decide on an appropriate anchor system for a given rescue situation. Usually, anchors need to be in place before other aspects of the rescue can proceed. Determining where anchors should be built and beginning their construction early are critical steps in timely rescue operations.

Knot Craft

What are knots, bends, and hitches? The standard definition of a knot is a rope intertwined with itself, a bend is the intertwining of two ends of rope, and a hitch is a knot that is dependent on a host object. In the true spirit of the art of knot craft, defining knots deserves a little more than “intertwined rope!”

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