Dead Weight Anchor System Course

This workshop has been set up to give students the skills and confidence to set up and use portable dead weight anchorage systems.
Certification:
Certificate of Completion: Dead weight anchorage systems
Duration:
1 day (8 hours)

$350.00 Ex. GST

Dead weight anchorage systems are ideal for use when no fixed anchors are available and when it is not possible to install fixed anchors to the building rescue, whether it be rope access rope rescue or other height safety or confined space applications. This course is designed for rope access technicians, emergency services personnel, police, specialist rescue units, or industry height safety or confined space specialists.

Prerequisites
Objectives and Content

Students will gain the knowledge to explain and demonstrate:

  • Pre and post use inspection
  • Ratings and compliance
  • Set up
  • Buddy checks
  • Rigging
  • Safe use
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