3M Rescue & Descent Devices

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3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Descender Sloped/Auto Retract 3303003 3M™ DBI-SALA® Retrieval Wristlets 1001210 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Descender, Vertical/Auto Retract 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ 3:1 Rescue Positioning Device 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Rope Over Wire Automatic Descent 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Fisk™ Descender 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327300, Yellow, 300 ft. (92 m) 3M™ DBI-SALA® First-Man-Up™ Remote Anchoring System 2104528 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R350 3:1 Rescue and Positioning Device 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Descender Low Speed Hardware Kit 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327275, Yellow, 275 ft. (84 m) 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327100 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Descender, Sloped/Auto Retract, 115 FT, Galvanized Cable, 3303001 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327325, Yellow, 100M 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3325200 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Technical Rescue Retrofit Chest Ascender 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Descender, Sloped/Automatic Retract 3303019 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327500 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327450, Yellow, 450 ft. (137 m) 3M™ PROTECTA® PRO™ Trolley Seat Evacuator AG300A 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ Descender, Sloped/Automatic Retract 3303015 3M™ DBI-SALA® First-Man-Up™ Remote Anchoring System 2104531 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Nacelle 3326350, 350 ft. (107 m) 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550 Rescue and Descent Device 3327350, Yellow, 350 ft. (107 m)
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Considerations for selecting rescue and descent devices

  • Automatic, user or co-worker controlled descent

    Automatic evacuation and emergency escape devices require the least amount of training and knowledge by the user. For added flexiblity, user or coworker controlled devices allow for individuals to activate automatic control of the descent.

  • User or co-worker controlled ascent

    This rescue system is used when a worker must be rescued by another worker, typically called "pick-offs." The rescuer descends to the fallen victim, connects to the victim's system and then raises the victim slightly to enable disconnection of the victim's fall arrest system, before descending with the victim to the lower level to complete the rescue.

  • Maximum height of operation

    Close attention must be given to selecting the appropriate system that can accommodate the height of rescue or descent needed. Systems typically have a maximum usable height based on design and performance. Also consider the overall size and weight of your complete system, and the type and style of lifeline.

  • Maximum number of users

    Systems can typically accommodate either one or two users (at the same time). This becomes extremely important if the system needs to be used for evacuation, or if it must be used for rescue of an unconscious worker. If rescuing a co-worker in a "pick-off" type application, the system must be able to support both the rescuer and the victim.