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Module B (Quizlet) 1

Technical Escort - Confined Space Operations

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What regulation is the standard on Life Safety Rope and Equipment for emergency services National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1983
What is the general rule always consider any knot to reduce its strength by when bending At least 30%
What is the standard for tail length of a rope? 2-10 inches
What is the standard for bight size? 4-8 inches
What is the standard for tail length of webbing? 3-5 inches
What kind of rope grabs are the prusik loop/hitch used for? Soft rope grab
What is the name of the regulation used for Permit-Required Confined Spaces? 29 CFR 1910.146
What is the name of the regulation used for Standard for Rescue Technician Professional Qualifications? NFPA 1006
What are the limitations of a one person rope lift? 300 lbs or less - 4500 lbf
What are the limitations of a two person rope lift? 600 lbs or less - 9000 lbf
What are the two layers of a kermantle rope? Internal core (kern) and outer/woven sheath (mantle)
What is another name for the kern of a rope? Internal core
What is another name for the mantle of a rope? outer sheath or woven sheath
How should you conduct a rope inspection? Using sight and touch
What does SSSF stand for? Static System Safety Factor
Auxiliary equipment definition Anything other than ropes, belts or harnesses
Class 1 Life Safety Harness description Fastens around waist or around waist and thighs under buttocks, designed for a one person load
Class 2 Life Safety Harness description Fastens around waist or around waist and thighs under buttocks, designed for a two person load
Class 3 Life Safety Harness description Fasten around waist or around waist and thighs or under buttocks and over shoulders, designed for rescue two person and loaded inverting may occur
What are the two types of webbing? Tubular and flat weave
Carabiner definition A "D" shaped metal load bearing connectors to connect elements of a rope rescue system
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