Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies


Updated March 8, 2019

Webbing and prusiks are used for a variety of purposes. They are carried on Rescue-1, Rescue-3, and the Special Operations Support Unit.

On Rescue-1 webbing is hung on the left-hand door and wall.

On Rescue-1 prusiks are hung on the left-hand wall.

On Rescue-3 they are carried in the box labeled, "Rescue Glide Box 1."

The lengths of webbing are marked.

Prusiks come in two lengths.

Additional Prusiks and Purcells are in the green tote bag.

A proper anchor point.
For additional technical information, please visit the Information Sheet Basic Rope Rescue Systems.

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