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I'll like to hear any opinions in regard tower rescue skills being use by the industry vs. the fire service rope rescue skill. Does anyone . will like to share their thoughts on this subjects. Recently I had the opportunity to review and learn the skills presented in a competent tower climber and rescue trainer course by Gravitec which I enjoyed till the last day. Very similar skills to rope rescue but some of the peculiar techniques (for me) go against of the procedures outlined by NFPA; to my surprise, they all made sense when applied. Should we add some of these skills or all to rope rescue (fall protection, rescue systems, etc.) I know that the new revision of NFPA on rescue includes tower rescue but is there any agency that had integrated the skill to their rope rescue SOP's or lesson plans?

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