Pole Top and Bucket Truck Rescue Training Package

Pole Top and Bucket Truck Rescue Training Package

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$399.95
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$399.95

Performing work around energized lines and equipment requires that lineworkers be qualified in rescue techniques. OSHA regulations stipulate training in pole top rescue and bucket truck rescue, with annual refresher training for qualified crew members. ISPC’s new rescue training program helps you stay in compliance and includes

  • a DVD/video
  • an Instructor’s Guide
  • five (5) Student Workbooks

A discount is available to ISPC Members. Additional workbooks are available

Table of Contents

SEGMENT 1: POLE TOP RESCUE
1.1 LOWERING THE VICTIM: 4
1.2 POLE TOP RESCUE PROCEDURES: 8

SEGMENT 2: EMERGENCY BOOM LOWERING
2.1 USING THE LOWER CONTROLS: 13
2.2 USING THE AUXILIARY POWER SYSTEM: 16
2.3 BLEEDING THE BOOM HOLDING VALVES: 17
2.4 USING ESCAPE EQUIPMENT: 19

SEGMENT 3: BUCKET TRUCK RESCUE, PART 1
3.1 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS: 23
3.2 EXAMPLE: 24

SEGMENT 4: BUCKET TRUCK RESCUE, PART 2
4.1 RESCUE BLOCKS: 35

EXAMPLE: 37
SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES: 42

Table of Figures

Figure 1-1: Line Under Victim's Left Arm: 5
Figure 1-2: Line Through Right-Side D-Ring: 6
Figure 1-3: Line Through Left-Side D-Ring: 6
Figure 1-4: Line Under Victim's Right Arm: 7
Figure 1-5: Bowline Knot Centered: 8
Figure 1-6: Poletop Rescue: 9
Figure 1-7: Cutting the Safety Strap: 10
Figure 2-1: Manual Override Control: 14
Figure 2-2: Using Lower Controls on Boom Pedestal: 15
Figure 2-3: Auxiliary Power System Control: 16
Figure 2-4: Boom Holding Valve: 17
Figure 2-5: Boom Holding Valve: 18
Figure 2-6: Using Handline to Escape from Bucket: 19
Figure 2-7: Rope Lowering Devices: 20
Figure 2-8: Using an Escape Device: 21
Figure 3-1: Observing the Job: 25
Figure 3-2: Rubber Insulating Gloves with Glove Protector: 27
Figure 3-3: Using the Lower Controls: 28
Figure 3-4: Bucket on the Way to the Ground: 29
Figure 3-5: Crew-Member Approaching Bucket: 30
Figure 3-6: Operating the Quick-Release Drive: 31
Figure 3-7: Pulling the Victim out of the Bucket: 31
Figure 3-8: Crew-Member Performing CPR: 32
Figure 3-9: Utility Dispatcher: 33
Figure 4-1: Crew-Member Inspecting Rescue Blocks: 36
Figure 4-2: Inspecting the Fiber Strap: 37
Figure 4-3: Bucket in Position for Rescue: 38
Figure 4-4: Hooking the Fixed Block to the Fiber Strap: 39
Figure 4-5: Hooking the Blocks to the Victim's Safety Harness: 40
Figure 4-6: Victim Being Lifted from Bucket: 41
Figure 4-7: Rigging a Bucket Rescue from a Cross-Arm: 42