• Tower Rescue

    • This course will equip those attending with the skills required to attempt the rescue of an injured workmate stranded on a mast or tower. Training covers key characteristics, limitations and how to use dedicated abseil rescue equipment commonly found in the telecommunications industry. The course can be tailored to your particular rescue/abseil descent equipment.

      Course ID:TC7
      Ratio: 4 students to 1 instructor
      Duration: 1 day



    Those attending must have successfully completed a minimum of the TC03 basic climber or similar and be medically fit with a head for heights.

    Who Should Attend

    This course is aimed at all people working on towers and masts as part of their day to day work activity.

    Course Objectives & Content

    • Health and safety legislation
    • Assessment of hazards and risks
    • Dealing with syncope (before and after effects)
    • Equipment fitting, characteristics, limitations, inspection, use and care
    • Anchor point selection and checking
    • Practice single person decent techniques
    • Workmate rescue techniques - injured climber suspended by their lanyards
    • Workmate rescue techniques - injured and unconscious climber suspended by their lanyards
    • Workmate rescue, dealing with complication - rescue from positioning and fall rope
    • Workmate rescue from ladders and fixed fall arrest systems


    The successful delegates will receive a certificate and photo ID card valid for 3 years.


    • trainer

      Damian Nowak

      He has many years of experience in conducting trainings and practical use of his skills while working at heights and decelerating falls from heights. His knowledge and qualifications in the field of altitude rescue and skills gained during training in European training centers is a treasury of knowledge for people who want to gain and improve their qualifications.