In this video clip where a lineman, competing in a rescue sequence ends up falling to the ground, along with the rescue dummy he was rescuing. One might think speed was the problem, “Haste makes waste,” but I would suggest it was inadequate training which caused the accident. What do you think?
May I suggest some advanced training, specific for your group?
I was surprised to find this picture of me at the ripe old age of about 15 or 16. I had just recently taught a friend to rappel, and we took this picture.
Ignorance is bliss. I would have considered this unreasonable, but . . .
Compare this to me climbing the main Bridal Veil Falls (Ice Climbing picture above) while frozen. I consider it to have a RE rating of 45, and the rock climbing of Lost Arrow Tip in Yosemite, to have a rating of 47.
The difference being is Lost Arrow Tip required us to be on our toes for 18 hours or more, with about 10 to 13 of those hours being high-risk exposure (47), and the remaining 6 to 8 hours being lower risk exposure about 25 (we were hiking in and out on a rocky trail carrying heavy, overloaded packs.)
I have a 90 minute course which teaches this system I have developed over the past few decades. It is a good system that very well may save your life. I can combine this with other types of training so we can make it a complete day or longer. It would be great to work with you and your team!