Low angle rescue is when our feet are still on the ground but we need ropes to help us rescue the patient. While we don't do it all the time, Low angle rescue is a vital part what we need to know as members of RCVFD.
We have a very special guest trainer all the way from Greeley Fire ....
18:30- 19:00 Videos, old skills review
19:00- 19:30 Announcements, Incident Review
19: 30- 21:30 Low Angle Rescue Training. Lecture and Scenario
Stuff to review
If you have time ...watch the video imbedded in the email
Review Figure 8 knot and the webbing water knot