The issue of a firefighter through the floor is one that has got to be rapid, and almost always labor intensive. We train the basic removal techniques, ladder in the h***, handcuff knot, or utilizing a loop in an attack line. We have a pre-made haul system in bag that I suppose could be used, the problem will be obtaining a high enough anchor point. In deterioting conditions probalbly difficult and not feasible. I would suggest you guys taking a look at Frank Ricci's video on Rapid Intervention Prevention, we are getting away from RIT a little in my Dept. and trying to focus on the basic, knowing the building, knowing fire behavior, reading smoke and the importance of the 360. For about a year on my shift each member took a turn persenting a LODD Niosh report to the other members. It made for great training, and let us focus on how the deaths could have been prevented. Some members put alot of research into and came up with powerpoints or a hands on training to make it more productive. It almost always came down to basic skills. That's just my two cents on the subject.