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  1. Don’t Miss the New 2018 Artificial High Directional Workshop

    Don’t Miss the New 2018 Artificial High Directional Workshop

    Don’t Miss the New 2018 Artificial High Directional Workshop for High Angle Training

    AHS Rescue is pleased to announce the 2018 Arizona Vortex Artificial High Directional Workshop from Ropes that Rescue, leaders in rope rescue and rope access safety training.  This 7-day, advanced level course will be held in Utah at Rock Exotica from April 6th through the 12th.  

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  2. What to Expect in Beginning Rock Climbing

    What to Expect in Beginning Rock Climbing

    Have an interest in Rock Climbing?

    If you'd like to try it and don't have a clue what to expect, check out ABC 15's first look at what you're in for, courtesy of Arizona Climbing and Adventure School.

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  3. The Urgency for the RIGHT Fall Arrest Systems - it's a matter of life or death!

    The Urgency for the RIGHT Fall Arrest Systems - it's a matter of life or death!

    Don’t Compromise on Fall Arrest Training and Systems for Your Work-at-Height Employees

    Employers that require employees to work at height should be fully aware of the importance of buying the RIGHT fall arrest training and systems, yet all too often we hear of tragic accidents occurring in the workplace that simply should not happen. Fall Arrest equipment and training is a vital component for any employee that works at height in various environments and applications, including construction workers, fire rescue, search & rescue, cellular tower, power utility, aerial lift, and any other work at height profession. 

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  4. Responsibility of Ladders & Cable Systems Part II of II: Climbing Towers by OSHA and ANSI A14.3 Standard

    Responsibility of Ladders & Cable Systems Part II of II: Climbing Towers by OSHA and ANSI A14.3 Standard

    Responsibility for Towers without OSHA/ANSI Approved Ladder or Cable Systems Part II of II

    I hope you all had a great and happy holiday and the new year is starting off well. Sorry for the delay and here is part II of our discussion on the responsibility of ladders and cable systems.

    If a cell tower has ladder or cable system that is not OSHA/ANSI approved, whose responsibility is it, the tower owner or the contractor?

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  5. Review about the new Technical Rescue Field Operations Guide Ed. 5 2017

    Review about the new Technical Rescue Field Operations Guide Ed. 5 2017


    What’s New in the Technical Rescue Field Operations Guide Edition 5?

    Dale Stewart of AHS Rescue is pleased to announce that we now have available the latest edition of this must have guide for technical rescue personnel, the Technical Rescue Field Operations Guide, Edition 5.  Read more to see what’s new in this critical handbook for work at height safety.    

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