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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. WELCOME TO Basic Safety Training WORKING AT
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. WELCOME TO Basic Safety Training WORKING AT
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. WELCOME TO Basic Safety Training WORKING AT
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. WELCOME TO Basic Safety Training WORKING AT
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. WELCOME TO Basic Safety Training WORKING AT

WELCOME TO

Basic Safety Training

WORKING AT HEIGHTS

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Agenda    Course Introduction   
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Agenda    Course Introduction   

Agenda

Course Introduction

Instructor presentation

Theory part

Pratical part

Certificates *

Evaluation

presentation    Theory part    Pratical part    Certificates *    Evaluation

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Pratical Information    Emergency Exit 
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Pratical Information    Emergency Exit 

Pratical Information

Emergency Exit

First Aid Kit

Smoking Areas

Toilet Facilities

Cell Phones

Food and drinks

Breaks

Contact Phone Number

Harness

   Cell Phones    Food and drinks    Breaks    Contact Phone

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Purpose To train the participants in: 
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Purpose To train the participants in: 

Purpose

To train the participants in:

How to use PFPE correctly

How to inspect the harness and accessories

How to fit the harness

Basic heights rescue methods

How to use Milan rescue and evacuation equipment in different types of wind turbines and in different situations

To train the participants in the safe rescue and evacution of hurt and/or ill persons in wind turbines

   To train the participants in the safe rescue and evacution of hurt and/or ill

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Objective Participants must be able to demonstrate
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Objective Participants must be able to demonstrate

Objective

Participants must be able to demonstrate:

Correct use of Harness

Fitting User inspection

Informed of and understand approval and certificate on the PFPE both inland and abroad Know what a serial number is and the importance of this number

Correct use of the Milan equipment

Correct behaviour on ladders using fall arrest and fall restrain lanyards

An understanding of the explained rescue methods

User inspection of the Milan equipment

   An understanding of the explained rescue methods    User inspection of the Milan

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Control Meassurement Scenario Organisation Violation of
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Control Meassurement Scenario Organisation Violation of

Control Meassurement

Scenario Organisation

Violation of

0-2 passed / 3 fail

Instructor remarks

Assessment

Measures

   

Aware of personal and group safety at all times

         

Organised and utilised correct equipment for given scenario

         

Organised individuals and groups as required

         

Established and maintained control of the exercise scenario at all times

         

Fully participated in the exercise scenario

         

Followed directions when required

         

Demonstrated correct and safe manual handling in exercise scenario

         

Applied subject knowledge correctly in given scenario

         

Demonstrated understanding of subject

         

Total:

   

0–9 passed 10–27 fail

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Equipment - PFPE Issued at AMU-Vest
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Equipment - PFPE Issued at AMU-Vest

Equipment - PFPE

Issued at AMU-Vest

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Content:

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Equipment - PFPE Issued at AMU-Vest
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Equipment - PFPE Issued at AMU-Vest

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Individual Pieces MILLER Revolution R7 Information
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Individual Pieces MILLER Revolution R7 Information

Individual Pieces

MILLER Revolution R7

Information containing: Size, seriel number, max weight, directions etc. D-rings located on both sides and
Information
containing: Size,
seriel number,
max weight,
directions etc.
D-rings located on
both sides and
back. Webbing
loops located in
front
located on both sides and back. Webbing loops located in front 8 A-marking must be positioned
located on both sides and back. Webbing loops located in front 8 A-marking must be positioned

8

located on both sides and back. Webbing loops located in front 8 A-marking must be positioned
located on both sides and back. Webbing loops located in front 8 A-marking must be positioned
located on both sides and back. Webbing loops located in front 8 A-marking must be positioned

A-marking must be positioned correct before use

located on both sides and back. Webbing loops located in front 8 A-marking must be positioned

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. EN Requirements    All fall protction
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. EN Requirements    All fall protction

EN Requirements

All fall protction products approved to an EN standard must come with a manual. Marking and packing has to be approved according to EN 365

EN 365 defines periodic inspections procedures:

Performed every 12 month by a competent person according to the manufactures inspection guidelines EU = 12 months UK = 6 months

As users we need to make sure an immediate inspection is performed on:

Equipment used under conditions that might cause deterioration Equipment that has been used to stop a direct fall

All information must be kept in a log to follow the history of the equipment

that has been used to stop a direct fall All information must be kept in a

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. ANSI/CSA Requirements    OSHA defines care
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. ANSI/CSA Requirements    OSHA defines care

ANSI/CSA Requirements

OSHA defines care and maintenance of equipment is mandatory, as is pre-use inspection. In the event of a fall, any major impact, wrong use or even doubt inspection should be made

ANSI requires a formal inspection by a competent person other then the user. This should be performed every 12 months following the manufactures guidance and product standards

Normally in the US and Canada PFPE are inspected every 6 month. Stationary equipment (systems, anchor points etc.) are inspected every 12 months

All formal inspection are to be kept in a log. Full traceability between products and log must be existing. Inspection tag are required.

Be aware that CE/EN/ANSI/CSA approval may result in diffenrences regarding use of the harness

tag are required. Be aware that CE/EN/ANSI/CSA approval may result in diffenrences regarding use of the

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. AS/NZS/ASIA Requirements Australia and New Zealand 
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. AS/NZS/ASIA Requirements Australia and New Zealand 

AS/NZS/ASIA Requirements

Australia and New Zealand

AS/NZS approval = 6 months

(Harness, accessories and associated personal equipment is 6 month)

Ultraviolet testing due to heavy sunlight

ASIA

Normally accepts ANSI and to some extend EN approvals

IMPORTANT: This may vary from country to country so get familar with specific rules before travelling

IMPORTANT : This may vary from country to country so get familar with specific rules before

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. User Inspection Checkpoints:    Harness in
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. User Inspection Checkpoints:    Harness in

User Inspection

Checkpoints:

Harness in general D-rings Metal Connectors Webbing/stitching Missing parts Dirt/oil/paint and other chemicals Serial Number Approval Certificate EU – UK – US - ASIA

and other chemicals    Serial Number    Approval    Certificate    EU
and other chemicals    Serial Number    Approval    Certificate    EU
and other chemicals    Serial Number    Approval    Certificate    EU

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Adjustment Practical Exercise Put on harness and
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Adjustment Practical Exercise Put on harness and

Adjustment

Practical Exercise

Put on harness and adjust correctly

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Vertical Systems    ICM Vertical Fall
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Vertical Systems    ICM Vertical Fall

Vertical Systems

ICM Vertical Fall Arrest

Cabloc, AC 350/4

Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest

Söll Universal II Fall Arrest

Arrest    Cabloc , AC 350/4    Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest    Söll
Arrest    Cabloc , AC 350/4    Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest    Söll
Arrest    Cabloc , AC 350/4    Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest    Söll

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Specific Product Inspections ICM Vertical Fall Arrest
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Specific Product Inspections ICM Vertical Fall Arrest

Specific Product Inspections

ICM Vertical Fall Arrest

Cabloc, AC 350/4

Correct Function and limitations of:

Breaking function of the cable grab; testing it on cable, only to be used on ICM cable

Burst, deformation and cracks

Pin spilts and locking lever, return spring has to be working

Labels and marking

Carabiners; self locking

Thin connection wire

Energy absorber

Labels and marking    Carabiners; self locking    Thin connection wire    Energy

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Specific Product Inspections Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Specific Product Inspections Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest

Specific Product Inspections

Sala Ladsafe Fall Arrest

Correct Function and limitations of:

Breaking function of the cable grab; testing it on cable

Pin spilts and breaking handle; handle spring has to be working

Burst, deformation and cracks

Rollers and top spring must work

Labels and marking

Carabiner; self locking

Safety lock; include extra safety adaption

Optional; Energy absorber

self locking    Safety lock ; include extra safety adaption    Optional ; Energy

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Specific Product Inspections Söll Universal II Fall
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Specific Product Inspections Söll Universal II Fall

Specific Product Inspections

Söll Universal II Fall Arrest

EN 353-1, ANSI Z359.1, CSA Z259.2

Correct Function and limitations of:

Burst, deformation and cracks

Dirt/oil/paint

Wear on wheels (flat spots)

Pin split must be intact

Shock absorber, has to be even spread through entire cut

Locking axle must be able to turn and drop down when the locking mechanism is released

Test safety function; turn unit upside down to activate

when the locking mechanism is released    Test safety function; turn unit upside down to

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment 2m Miller fall arrester 
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment 2m Miller fall arrester 

Personal Equipment

2m Miller fall arrester

Approx 400 kg

Carabiners

Fall indicator Approval

Serial Number and certificate

1,5m Miller Twin Fall Arrester

Approx 400 kg

Carabiners Fall Indicator on both lines

Approval

Serial Number and certificate

Important: Min. 0.5m between maxi carabiners (Double effect in the event of a fall)

Number and certificate Important : Min. 0.5m between maxi carabiners (Double effect in the event of

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment 2m Adjustable Working line 
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment 2m Adjustable Working line 

Personal Equipment

2m Adjustable Working line

Only for positioning Ergogrip ropegrab Carabiners Rope Approval Serial Number and certificate

Important: Only for restraint, not to be mistaken as fall protection

   Serial Number and certificate Important: Only for restraint, not to be mistaken as fall

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment Petzl Vertex ST   
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment Petzl Vertex ST   

Personal Equipment

Petzl Vertex ST

10 years by Petzl

Avoid stickers and permanent markers

Inspect for burst/cracks/ deformation

Important: Make sure helmets are fully approved by the EN397 or in accordance with national standards/legislation

: Make sure helmets are fully approved by the EN397 or in accordance with national standards/legislation

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment Self retractable Lifelines Falcon
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Personal Equipment Self retractable Lifelines Falcon

Personal Equipment

Self retractable Lifelines

Falcon SRL 4,8mm

6,2 – 10 – 15 – 20 meters Max working angle 30 o Offshore model Sealed offshore model

Rollerstrap SRL Fall Arrester

2m work as a safety belt in a car Sensitivity

model Rollerstrap SRL Fall Arrester    2m    work as a safety belt in
model Rollerstrap SRL Fall Arrester    2m    work as a safety belt in
model Rollerstrap SRL Fall Arrester    2m    work as a safety belt in

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. How does it work Practical Exercise :
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. How does it work Practical Exercise :

How does it work

Practical Exercise:

Harness

Fall Arrester

vertical Sliders/gliders

Adjustable line

Practical Exercise :    Harness    Fall Arrester    vertical Sliders/gliders   
Practical Exercise :    Harness    Fall Arrester    vertical Sliders/gliders   
Practical Exercise :    Harness    Fall Arrester    vertical Sliders/gliders   
Practical Exercise :    Harness    Fall Arrester    vertical Sliders/gliders   
Exercise :    Harness    Fall Arrester    vertical Sliders/gliders    Adjustable

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Any Questions? Regarding Equipment , approval ,
Any Questions? Regarding Equipment , approval , standards/legislation etc.
Any Questions? Regarding Equipment , approval , standards/legislation etc.

Any Questions?

Regarding Equipment, approval, standards/legislation etc.

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. BST Module Working at Heights Risks and
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. BST Module Working at Heights Risks and

BST Module Working at Heights

Risks and Hazards

Working in the turbine enviroment involves certain risks and hazards

There are serveral places that can be defined as confined spaces and pose a greater risk

Hub, spinner area Yaw Beneath gearbox Inside blades

Identification of these hazards are important in the event of a rescue situation

   Inside blades    Identification of these hazards are important in the event of

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. BST Module Working at Heights Rescue Scenarios:
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. BST Module Working at Heights Rescue Scenarios:

BST Module Working at Heights

Rescue Scenarios:

Inside tower rescue on ladder systems, with conscious and unconscious casualty

Outside tower evacuation, single and double

ladder systems, with conscious and unconscious casualty    Outside tower evacuation , single and double

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment    Manufacturing date 
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment    Manufacturing date 

Rescue Equipment

Manufacturing

date

Date of sealing

Equipment

model

Length of rope

Unpacking

instructions

Date of inspection

model    Length of rope    Unpacking instructions    Date of inspection 26

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment Seal Pack from Skylotec
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment Seal Pack from Skylotec

Rescue Equipment

Seal Pack from Skylotec

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment Seal Pack from Skylotec
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment Seal Pack from Skylotec

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment data Milan HUB ARG 2001
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Equipment data Milan HUB ARG 2001

Rescue Equipment data

Milan HUB ARG 2001 A-024:

Descend - 2 persons max. 260 kg

Ascend - 2 persons max. 250 kg

Min. weight 30 kg

Test 10.000m with 75 kg

Max. Winch-length 10 m

EN341, EN1496, ANSI Z359-4-2007

30 kg    Test 10.000m with 75 kg    Max. Winch-length 10 m 

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Fall Arrest – Why ? If used
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Fall Arrest – Why ? If used

Fall Arrest – Why?

If used incorrectly fall arresters and adjustable lines can be dangerous

Human body can sustain roughly 600kg

Fall arresters triggers at roughly 400 kg

If falling in a static line the force will exeed the stated 600 kg and potential damage may occur on:

Heart

Liver

Kidneys

Spleen

Lungs

Always use equipment in a safe and correct manner

   Kidneys    Spleen    Lungs    Always use equipment in a

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Why do we need training Suspension Trauma
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Why do we need training Suspension Trauma

Why do we need training

Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Why do we need training Suspension Trauma Recognition , preventing and
Suspension Trauma Recognition , preventing and managing
Suspension Trauma Recognition , preventing and managing

Suspension Trauma

Recognition, preventing and managing

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma Possible symptoms:    Feeling
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma Possible symptoms:    Feeling

Suspension trauma

Possible symptoms:

Feeling dizzy

Sweaty, cold sweat

5 minuts and forward; Individual time frame

Shock symptoms

Loss of consciousness

   5 minuts and forward; Individual time frame    Shock symptoms    Loss

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma What happens :   
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma What happens :   

Suspension trauma

What happens:

Brain system

Breathing system

Blood circulation

Heart pressure - Artery Muscle pumps - veins

Reflow Syndrome

No oxygen – saturated with CO 2

- Artery    Muscle pumps - veins    Reflow Syndrome    No oxygen

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma First Aid:    Stop
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma First Aid:    Stop

Suspension trauma

First Aid:

Stop the accident (prevent the situation from gettinig worse)

Preserve life

Save lives

Life saving first aid

Call for help

Number

Location

Ordinary First Aid

saving first aid    Call for help    Number    Location   

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma Conscious casualty :   
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma Conscious casualty :   

Suspension trauma

Conscious casualty:

Sitting position; min. 30 minutes

Normal first aid

Brief paramedics or rescue team when they arrive

position; min. 30 minutes    Normal first aid    Brief paramedics or rescue team

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma Unconscious casualty :   
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Suspension trauma Unconscious casualty :   

Suspension trauma

Unconscious casualty:

Recovery position (normal first aid position with both legs bent)

Normal first aid

Keep checking A-B-C

Brief paramedics or rescue team when they arrive

  Normal first aid    Keep checking A-B-C    Brief paramedics or rescue team

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 1:    Rescue
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 1:    Rescue

Practical Exercises

Exercise 1:

Rescue of a conscious casualty secured by their work positioning lanyard (outside of the ladder)

User inspection and test

Correct usage of anchor points

Correct behavior on ladder with PFPE

inspection and test    Correct usage of anchor points    Correct behavior on ladder

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 2:    Rescue
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 2:    Rescue

Practical Exercises

Exercise 2:

Rescue of a unconscious casualty secured by their work positioning lanyard (outside of the ladder, with overhang)

User inspection and test

Correct usage of anchor points

Correct behavior on ladder with PFPE

inspection and test    Correct usage of anchor points    Correct behavior on ladder

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 3:    Rescue
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 3:    Rescue

Practical Exercises

Exercise 3:

Rescue of a conscious casualty hanging by their fall arrest, secured by their work positioning lanyard (inside of the ladder)

User inspection and test

Correct usage of anchor points

Correct behavior on ladder with PFPE

inspection and test    Correct usage of anchor points    Correct behavior on ladder

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 4:    Rescue
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercises Exercise 4:    Rescue

Practical Exercises

Exercise 4:

Rescue of a conscious casualty hanging by their fall arrest, by use of rescue device on the casualty (inside of the ladder)

User inspection and test

Correct usage of anchor points

Correct behavior on ladder with PFPE

inspection and test    Correct usage of anchor points    Correct behavior on ladder

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Evacuation Procedures Safe , correct procedures when
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Evacuation Procedures Safe , correct procedures when

Evacuation

and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Evacuation Procedures Safe , correct procedures when evacuating
Procedures Safe , correct procedures when evacuating from a turbine
Procedures Safe , correct procedures when evacuating from a turbine

Procedures

Safe, correct procedures when evacuating from a turbine

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Evacuation Equipment data Milan ARG 2001 A-020:
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Evacuation Equipment data Milan ARG 2001 A-020:

Evacuation Equipment data

Milan ARG 2001 A-020:

Descend - 2 persons max. 260 kg

Min. weight 30 kg

Abseil height max. 500 meters

Test 10.000m with 75 kg

EN 341, ANSI Z359-4-2007

30 kg    Abseil height max. 500 meters    Test 10.000m with 75 kg

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 1 and 2 Locate Equipment
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 1 and 2 Locate Equipment

Step 1 and 2

Locate Equipment

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 1 and 2 Locate Equipment
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 1 and 2 Locate Equipment

Unpack Equipment

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 1 and 2 Locate Equipment
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 1 and 2 Locate Equipment

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 3 and 4 Put on
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 3 and 4 Put on

Step 3 and 4

Put on Harness

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 3 and 4 Put on

Mount Equipment

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 3 and 4 Put on
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 3 and 4 Put on

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 5 and 6 Connect to
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 5 and 6 Connect to

Step 5 and 6

Connect to harness

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 5 and 6 Connect to

Open hatch

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 5 and 6 Connect to
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 5 and 6 Connect to
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 5 and 6 Connect to

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 7 and 8 Dropping Rope
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 7 and 8 Dropping Rope

Step 7 and 8

Dropping Rope

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Lowering yourself

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 7 and 8 Dropping Rope
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 7 and 8 Dropping Rope
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 7 and 8 Dropping Rope

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© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 9 and 10 Landing Safely
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 9 and 10 Landing Safely

Step 9 and 10

Landing Safely

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 9 and 10 Landing Safely
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 9 and 10 Landing Safely

Disconnecting

© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 9 and 10 Landing Safely
© 2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Step 9 and 10 Landing Safely

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. First Choice Personal Harness    Always
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. First Choice Personal Harness    Always

First Choice

Personal Harness

Always first choise

More comfortable than escape harness

Escape harness for evacuation use ONLY

first choise    More comfortable than escape harness    Escape harness for evacuation use

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Harness Practical Exercise Put on harness
2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Rescue Harness Practical Exercise Put on harness

Rescue Harness

Practical Exercise

Put on harness and adjust correctly

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Practical Exercise Single and double evacuation exercise
Practical Exercise Single and double evacuation exercise
Practical Exercise Single and double evacuation exercise

Practical Exercise

Single and double evacuation exercise

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2012 by AMU-Vest and Kenneth Bertelsen. All rights reserved. Any Questions? Regarding any content on this

Any Questions?

Regarding any content on this course.

Oral and written evaluation

Certificate