Aerial Lift Rescue Training

Aerial Lift Emergency Rescue Video

Course Description

Tech Safety Lines’ Aerial Lift Rescue Training course is specifically designed for employees who work on bucket trucks. Students learn to utilize rescue tools and procedures specifically developed for this industry. This intensive one day course highlights TSL’s Self-Rescue Kit (SRK-11®) and StepWise®  Arc Flash Fall Arrest Lanyard


The students move on to learn about TSL’s patented StepWise® Arc Flash Fall Arrest Lanyard. The StepWise® has both a shock absorber and a built-in webbed ladder* that can be deployed by the fallen worker. This ladder, which is attached above the victim’s head, provides hammock-style footholds to relieve pressure from his harness, thus creating a place of Refuge while awaiting rescue. However, since the StepWise® Lanyard also incorporates a built-in anchor point, the fallen worker can use these two tools together to perform a Self-Rescue – safely lowering himself all the way to the ground without assistance from other workers! Students will actually perform Self-Rescue procedures from a “deployed” StepWise® Lanyard.

Course Duration: 1 Day

Class Size: Average class is 10 students per instructor

Course Objectives

  • Dynamics of the SRK-11® and StepWise® Lanyard
  • Instructor Demonstration
  • Emergency Egress / Escape
  • Self-Rescue
  • Equipment Care and Maintenance

Resource Materials

  • Wallet ID card
  • Certificate of Completion

Aerial Lift Rescue Training Evaluation and Re-certification
Tech Safety Lines, Inc. offers evaluations and 1-day re-certification classes for students whose wallet ID cards have expired.

For more information about our Aerial Lift Rescue Training course or to sign up please fill out the below form and one of our safety specialists will contact you as soon as possible.

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