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Inspect only in accordance with manufacturer's instructions

Repair only in accordance with manufacturer's instructions

It is the responsibility of the purchaser and user to:

a. Read the product instructions and labels and follow them.
b. Inspect the product immediately after purchase and before and after each use.
c. Receive training in the proper use of the equipment and in the appropriate techniques.  Proper training includes safety procedures, limitations of the equipment, inspection of the equipment and risk management.
d. Determine if the product is suitable for its intended use and that it meets all applicable standards and regulations.
e. Use good judgement and do not exceed the limitations of the user's skill or the equipment.
Use adequate safety precautions including belays and backup systems.  Practice risk management at all times.
f. Do not alter the product in any way.

Inspect before and after each use.  Retire if there are any signs of distortion, cracks, corrosion, sharp edges, or wear.  Equipment that has been shock loaded or subjected to excessive loads, including drops, should also be retired.  Equipment should be retired and replaced if there is any doubt about the safety or serviceability of the equipment.

Clean and dry this equipment after each use to remove any dust, debris, and moisture.  Dry out of direct sunlight.  Store this and all other equipment in a clean, dry place.

A Usage Log should be maintained for this and any other piece of life safety equipment.  This log should include date and manner of use, inspection results and inspector's signature.

Manufacturer's recommend that all repair work be done by the manufacturer.  All other repair work or modification of the product may void the warranty and releases the manufacturer from any and all liability and responsibility as the manufacturer.

These instructions should be kept in a permanent record.  A copy should be kept with the equipment for reference before and after each use of the equipment.  Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury or death!

Additional information regarding the use of this equipment can be found in NFPA 1500, Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program, and NFPA 1983, Standard on Fire Service Life Safety Rope and System Components.

Serious injury or death may result from the improper use of this equipment.  The equipment has been designed and manufactured for use by experienced professionals only.  DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT PROPER TRAINING!

The above information provided by CMI Corporation


Technical Rescue and Safety is potentially hazardous. Any person using equipment sold by RESCUE TECHNOLOGY in any manner is personally responsible for learning proper techniques involved, and assumes all risks and accepts full and complete responsibility for any and all damages, including death, which may result from the use of any equipment sold by RESCUE TECHNOLOGY. The tensile strengths listed are for a new products. Tensile strength may decrease depending upon use or storage conditions.

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