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OEE Climbing Training Checklist 2015


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OEE Climbing Training Checklist 2015

  1. 1. OEE Climbing Training Checklist Employee Name:________________________________________ Outcomes: 1. Create a common language around technical rock climbing 2. Implement institutional standards and Identify best practices 3. Implement standards of instructor safety 4. Increase efficiency in institutional top rope set up 5. Create and implement consistent site management guidelines Curriculum 1. Materials: A. Rope i. Dynamic-withstand five factor 1.7 falls ii. Static- (Low stretch) Stretches about 4% under body weight 23kn B. Cordalette->3,000 lbs C. Webbing-> 4,000 lbs D. Slings i. Nylon-< 5,000 lbs ii. Dyneema- > 5,000 lbs- Lower Melting Point, don’t hold knots well, no stretch, can lose 50% strength when knotted Knots and Hitches Type of Knot Loop Knots I. Overhand on a bight II. Figure Eight follow through and on a bight III. Bowline Joining Ropes i. Double Fishermans ii. Overhand (EDK) Knots for Webbing i. Water knot Hitches i. Clove ii. Munter Staff Initials Manager Initials
  2. 2. Stopper Knots Natural and artificial pro Trees Boulders Pinches Bolts- 7,000 lbs Passive Pro (SOS) Active Pro Anchoring ERNEST Anchors Two Piece Anchors Three Piece Anchors BFT/BFR anchors Instructor Safety Protecting your edge: i. Instructor tether ii. Extending your master point iii. Using a setup rope (V rigging) Site Management Safe Zones Helmets Ground Anchors Belaying Backup Belaying Safety checks Client Care Preparation Ground School Managing Behavioral Issues
  3. 3. Medical Protocol Staff Placement and supervision Etiquette Interacting with public Rapport with land managers Gear inspection and care Rope log Gear Check in/out Inspection Cleaning ropes Transference of Learning 1. Process with the students after the experience 2. Giving students a chance to reflect on the experience and learn from the experience is very important. 3. This is a tenant of Outdoor Education, make sure that these small groups are intentional and student oriented, it gives the students a learning experience and students can take experiences into other areas of their life.