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Remove the choker belt from one D-ring on the belt around the climbers waist and
remove the belt from the pole (refer to Picture 10.1d).
Preparing to put the climbing belt above the obstacle.
Creates a tie off point above the obstacle using the choker belt.
Climbing belt is positioned above the obstacle. Attach the back biter lanyard
to the D-ring so it's not dangling.
Remove back biter from around the pole by disconnecting at the connection point in
front of the pole (refer to Picture 10.1f) and connect to D-ring on the climbing belt
(refer to Picture 10.1g).
Ensure gaff hooks are securely embedded in the pole with knees locked.
Disconnect the back biter clamp from the D-ring on the climbing belt and loop the
back biter lanyard around the wooden pole, above the obstacle, (refer to Picture
10.1b) then clamp onto the lanyard in front of the pole (refer to Picture 10.1c).
Ensure back biter is secure.
Back biter lanyard is designed to bite back on itself. Regular standard
lanyards are not. It's used to create a tie off above the obstacle allowing the
choker belt to be removed.
Standard Work Instruction
Work Element Sheet
Climbing Wooden Poles
KEY POINT / SAFETY HIGHLIGHT
Obstacle while descending the wooden pole.
Obstacle while Descending the Wooden Pole
Must remain tied off at all times. In order to move past obstacle need to
remove choker belt.
If an obstacle is encountered (Refer to Pic 10.1a) during a downward climb a back
biter lanyard must be used to assist in climbing past the obstacle.
Safety Equipment by
Loop the free end of the choker belt around the wooden pole below the obstacle.
Connect to the belt D-ring around the climbers waist and connect the belt around the
pole. Adjust the belt around the pole (refer to Picture 10.1e). Ensure choker belt is
Back Biter attached to Climbing Belt
Remove Choker Belt
Re-Position Choker Belt
Disconnect Back Biter