Criteria during skills testing of the Paratech Bipod includes, but is not limited to, the following: Correct selection of all necessary equipment from the heavy rescue apparatus in a timely manner, correct site location, maintaing critical angles during set up, correctly locking elements of the bipod together, correctly securing the system in place, and correctly utilizing rope systems in conjunction with the bipod.
Paratech LongShore Strut Video
Bipod operations in a high angle rescue environment are discussed. This is a sample of hundreds of videos which are accessible on the Rescue Methods Premium YouTube channel. Subscribe today and Join the Training Revolution! Go to www.rescuemethods.com for more information on Rescue Methods comprehensive training services.
Paratech Tech Tip - Effectively Tying Down Suspension
Paratech Vehicle Stabilization Kit Animation www.paratech.com
paratech company rep showing us how to use paratech bases
Arachnipod Bridge Drop Test. The Arachnipod is an innovative multipod design that captures multi-functional capabilities from a modular rescue system platform. Simplicity and robust engineering provide the world's most versatile modular total edge management system (TEMS) Ferno-Australia is dedicated to design and innovation and as such recognised the need for one height safety edge management device that could easily adjust into multiple configurations, providing users with a safe, cost effective total edge management system. The new innovative Arachnipod is based around the concept of an industrial tripod however this product is much more than just a tripod. The Arachnipod is the easiet-to-use rescue multipod available. In its basic form, the Arachnipod is a tripod or quadpod. But, it can evolve, for rope rescue technicians, into an advanced edge management system that includes BiPods, A-Frames, Monopod, Gin Pole, and bridge system. Built in Australia by Ferno-Australia and exclusively distributed in the U.S. by RescueTECH. http://www.rescuetech1.com/arachnipodrescuemultipodsandtripods.aspx
During a training class for auto extrication, the strut system buckles after under heavy load. The objective was to raise the large rig just enough to remove the smaller vehicle from under