Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies


Updated March 7, 2019

Anchor points for rescue systems have to be absolutely secure and fail-safe. When using vehicles as anchors, completely enclosed anchor points must be used such as closed tow eyes (or tow rings,) shackles and drawbar rings.

Drawbar rings are inserted into standard hitch receivers and when properly pinned provide a fail-safe anchor point for rescue systems.

The drawbar rings are stored in the lower front compartments of Rescue-1, Rescue-3 and the Special Operations Support Unit.

For complete information utilizing drawbar rings and other anchor systems, visit the Information Sheet,
Anchor Points

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