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FMXHONDACR

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  1. I wish I could edit my earlier topic, anyway: last two videos of Pericolo Verticale (should be the end of this series) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1c30sr_pericolo-verticale-ep-7_shortfilms http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1c37fn_pericolo-verticale-ep-8_shortfilms
  2. "Mountain heroes": an entire series (only in Italian) of rescue in Dolomites (DMAX april 2013) (true work by Elikos and rescue by Aiut Alpin Dolomites) http://www.dmax.it/video/programmi/mountain-heroes/mountain-heroes-episodio-1/ http://www.dmax.it/video/programmi/mountain-heroes/mountain-heroes-episodio-2/ http://www.dmax.it/video/programmi/mountain-heroes/mountain-heroes-episodio-3/ http://www.dmax.it/video/programmi/mountain-heroes/mountain-heroes-episodio-4/ http://www.dmax.it/video/programmi/mountain-heroes/mountain-heroes-episodio-5/ http://www.dmax.it/video/programmi/m
  3. I suggest a topic where put all the competition stuff ROPE ACCESS (Petzl RopeTrip) 2011 2012 RESCUE (Petzl GrimpDay) 2009 2012 and many other TREE CLIMBING European Tree Climbing Championship 2011 2013
  4. I suggest a topic where put all the training stuff SPRAT Level 1 + Level 2 + Level 3 (full immersion, I really like this collection) Also RescueResponseGear Youtube channel is very interesting http://www.youtube.com/user/RescueResponseGear/videos http://www.youtube.com/user/RescueResponseGear/videos?view=1&flow=grid AccessTechniques1 Youtube channel (some IRATA exercise) http://www.youtube.com/user/AccessTechniques1/videos AIS Group Youtube channel (some IRATA exercise in the earlier videos) http://www.youtube.com/user/aisgroupchannel/videos
  5. I'm interested in "Corsi di formazione per operatori e preposti nellĀ“esecuzione di lavori temporanei in quota con lĀ“impiego di sistemi di accesso e posizionamento mediante funi" that could be translated: "Training for operators and supervisors in carrying out temporary work at a height - rope access" 36 hours (operators) + 8 hours (supervisors addition). PS: Is required to pass a test on operators topics to attend the supervisors addition but no other prerequisite. PS2: Is required to pass a second test on supervisors topics. Some paper in Italian I suppose is used in the course:
  6. Hi everyone. Is there any Italian? I'm trying to figure out the differences between: IRATA Level 1 Rope access and the standard Italian course that comply "art. 116, comma 4 del D.lgs. 81/08" (an Italian law on rope access and more in general on Safety on Work). In specific: an IRATA Level 1 will comply D.lgs 81/08 or not? And vice versa? I beg your pardons for the errors in this writing, but I'm Italian and don't speak very well English.
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