The quiz on Tripods and Resultant Forces has had approximately 1,250 completions with an average result of 48.76%. Below are the statistics for each question. They reveal some interesting trends. You need to login to view the
Many teams train with tall Artificial High Directionals (AHDs). Tall AHDs are not only more difficult to stabilise but also expose teams to greater risks in the event of tipping. An article on this subject is published here.
Rescue tripods ‘falling over’. Natural, improvised, and purpose built high directionals are used to manage loads over edges and through openings. They can make otherwise impossible tasks possible. There are now many proprietary solutions with almost limitless configurations that are