CMC Rescue

Our All-Weather Rope Log contains 20 rope log forms on heavy Rite-in-the-Rain™ paper. Ample space is provided to document critical lifeline information and log use and inspection. The cover includes instructions on using a rope log and on inspecting and washing lifelines. The loose-leaf, three-holepunched format allows the log to be used as a stand alone document or to be included in equipment binders.
Designed to protect your elbows when crawling and valuable for horizontal confined space entries, cave rescue, or tactical responses, Alta Flex Industrial Elbow Pads have non-slip, rubber caps that actually grip the surface, allowing faster movement. Two elastic straps with AltaGrip™ Hook & Loop Fastening System ensure a proper fit.
Because emergency workers spend an inordinate amount of time working on their knees—this is particularly true of heavy rescue operations, confined space entries, or tactical responses— Alta Superflex Knee Pads are a must-have. Lightweight but with a full 1/2 inch of foam padding, they reduce stress and fatigue to the knees, allowing you to work longer and more effectively. The rubber caps grip the surface to prevent sliding, and a unique, easy-to-use buckle fastening system allows a comfortable...
A Classic CMC Innovation. A CMC original design that has withstood the test of time, our Anchor Plates keep the carabiners holding the different parts of your rescue system from jamming together. The hardware becomes easier to see, making safety checks more accurate. It can also keep you from clipping a carabiner into the wrong loop of the anchor web. For anchor systems, it makes an excellent collection point. We use the Anchor Plate in CMC Rope Rescue classes, which allows our students to set...
Anchor straps have a tough job, and see a lot of wear and tear. Over the years, we’ve learned that cuts and abrasion are the greatest threats to their safety and service life. To dramatically increase both, our Anchor Straps now feature two layers of the same durable mil-spec, resin-coated nylon web. Sewn by our highly skilled workers who make our rescue harnesses, our Anchor Straps feature forged steel D-rings individually proof loaded and sized for easy choker (girth-hitch) configuration when...
Made from tough #4 duck canvas and a layer of vinyl coated polyester, our Anchor Strap Sleeves protect anchor straps from the elements and surface abrasion, reducing wear and tear and increasing safety and service life. Available in four sizes. (XL Anchor Strap Sleeve is for use on both our XL and XXL Anchor Straps). Anchor Strap not included. Working-At-Height / Industrial Rope Access / Technical Rope Rescue Working at height requires reliable, quality equipment. The Anchor Strap Sleeve...
The father of all portable artificial high directional systems (AHD), the AZ Vortex is a tripod, bipod and monopod in one all-inclusive kit. Its precision two-piece head can be rigged as a standard tripod or, in advanced applications, as an A-frame, a sideways A-frame, a gin pole or a multitude of other configurations. The tripod can be formed into an easel A-frame with adjustable leg lengths. The versatile third leg allows rescuers to set up an artificial high directional in virtually any...
Years of development, testing and fine tuning has made our Prusik cord a preferred choice by rescue schools, agencies and rescuers alike. Our sewn Prusiks offer unmatched performance—with strength equivalent to a tied Prusik loop, just without the cumbersome knot. The factory-sewn SecureStitchTM is covered with durable clear shrink tubing that allows regular inspection and helps protect the stitching for longer life. Some rescuers prefer a bound-loop style Prusik for cinching the attachment...
Rigging Solutions in a Bag. UL Classified to NFPA 1983 (2012 ED.) – General Use. Originally developed by Reed Thorne of Arizona-based Ropes That Rescue, the AZTEK (Arizona Technician’s Edge Kit) offers more than 100 rigging solutions in a bag, and reflects the philosophy of keeping rigging equipment simple, efficient, non-specialized, light and small. Thorne also worked closely with CMC Rescue to create the innovation-loaded, AZTEK ProSeries® Pack. The subsequent design of the new CMC Rescue...
Rick Cearley, a retired senior helicopter pilot for the Los Angeles County Fire Department and inventor of the LSP Cinch Rescue Collar, saw the need for a product to rapidly secure a victim under difficult conditions, such as swiftwater rescues. Despite its simple appearance, this Cearley original design has features developed through years of field use by Los Angeles-area firefighters and rescuers.

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