Designed for Rope Rescue and Rappelling
Back in 1983 we designed our Rescue Harness to meet the needs of search and rescue better than a recreational climbing harness. The D-ring attachment point made connecting carabiners easy even when hanging in the harness. Extra wide waist and leg loops created more of a work platform than the slim profile of a climbing harness. Today’s harness has waist and leg pads with breathable D3 cloth for greater comfort, a rear waist D-ring for travel restraint and gear loops on each side. With more than a quarter-century of use-inspired evolution, our Rescue Harness continues to set the standard for superb comfort and performance.
The CMC Rescue School offers training classes for work-at-height rope access and rope rescue. Some courses may include instruction about proper use of the Rescue Harness or similar harnesses used in rope rigging systems. CMC Rescue School provides training with course work in technical rescue, tower rescue, fire rescue, confined space rescue & entry, trench rescue, emergency building shoring (EBS), rope access, rope rigging as well as custom contract rope rescue and industrial rope access courses offering class work for the specific needs in the above disciplines or in search and rescue (SAR), urban search and rescue (USAR), helicopter air operations (heli-ops, helo-ops), swiftwater rescue and tactical maneuvers.