Rescue from Heights

Testimonial – LCRA

July 7, 2016

John Green

Texas Rope Rescue

 

John,

Before I retire I just want to let you know how much I appreciate working with you as our vendor to provide Fall Protection and Confined Space training to our Construction and Maintenance workers.  From the beginning you’ve been professional, yet flexible and very easy to work with, willing to accommodate our needs and policies.  I was especially impressed when you and your instructors developed a way to do both trainings on the same day so our workers only needed to attend one day of training instead of two.  You put our needs before your profit and I don’t know many companies who would do that.  Thank you.

 

All the feedback I’ve heard from the workers who’ve attended your trainings has been positive.  They enjoyed the class and thought they got good information and skills from it.  Our Safety Specialists who have monitored the trainings have been more than satisfied with the knowledge and ability of you and your instructors.  All around, your company has been impressive.  I’m glad I got the chance to work with you.

 

Good luck in the future.  I know you will be successful and help make the world a safer place.

 

Sincerely,

Laurel Francel

Safety Program Specialist

High Angle Rescue Training From Texas Rope Rescue

high angle rescue trainingWorking with drill rigs can be hazardous for a number of reasons, so maintaining a safe work space is always an important task. One potential risk associated with drilling rigs is the height of rigs, and therefore how to safely help someone who may need it that is at an elevated height. For this reason, making sure your team has proper rescue from heights or high angle rescue training is essential to being prepared if this situation arises.

Typically, a high angle rescue situation requires being able to access, disentangle, extricate, package and lower a patient. With rescue from heights or high angle rescue training, your team can gain basic knowledge from the simple start of understanding harnesses to the more specific skill of getting a patient in a basket and to safety. You can trust that the well-rounded and step by step knowledge during training will ensure your team is ready if an emergency arises.

Since sacrificing a day of work to travel somewhere for training isn’t ideal, rescue from heights or high angle rescue training that comes to you can help you stay prepared while not sacrificing a lot of time. It will also get your team prepared for you site, which is where they will have to execute these skills if need be. For this kind of service, look to Texas Rope Rescue. We’ve been training personnel in the industry since 2000 in scenario-based training, not canned classes that aren’t appropriate for the types of rescues you may need to execute. Visit our TexasRopeRescue.com today for more information about our specialized training and to get a quote.

Testimonial – SkyGenie, Rescue from Heights Training

John from Texas Rope Rescue provided an excellent overview of the use of the Sky Genie Variable Descent system.  He is extremely knowledgeable about the use of the Sky Genie system and a variety of other fall arrest and rescue systems and methods.  John is easy to work with and a very engaging instructor.

–          Corie Glenn, Exelon Generation

Testimonial – Dam Rescue Training

John and Tommy,
Thanks for the awesome training yesterday. I can confidently speak for everyone when I say that it was by far the most worthwhile, practical and fun training I have been involved with. You tailored the class to actual plant scenarios and took 20 people with no experience and within 1 day instilled a sense of teamwork and confidence that should the need arise we could, with minimal equipment, safely and quickly extract an individual from a life threatening situation. In my opinion, and speaking for the other participants, we got  much more than we expected and it was worth every penny. Every plant that has workers at risk from confined spaces or working at heights should have this training. You two are the best!

James Clink
USACE
Garrison Powerhouse