BY IVAN KRISTOFF
Precise time management is crucial when working at height and high profile rope access projects. In order to increase efficiency or productivity, I have developed a specialized time management program with the necessary tools, techniques and skills, required to effectively manage time when accomplishing emergency response and repairs in remote access work. This time management system is designed for emergency responders and rope access technicians, who have to be sent on work at extreme heights and helicopter rope work operations, where every second counts and there is no chance to go back or not finish the assigned mission on time. When we work with battery powered technology and cordless equipment in remote and hard to reach areas, we have to calculate all aspect of operations in order to complete the task within the charge of a battery, for example. Even every body movement in the abyss must be calculated before commencing the job on the ropes.
For those, who need to improve their time management skills, I have prepared a combination of educational processes, tools, techniques, and methods for developing personal growth in that area. This is a necessity in the harsh environment and the type of work, for which my company is called. So, this is just some of the list for our newcomers:
Improve your multitasking operations with the I.V.A.N. “Time management” program
From case studies made for people who work in extreme environment, like pilots and aerial/rope rescuers, we know that they cannot perform efficiently in more than seven various tasks at the same time. To help you minimize the stress and maximize your concentration for multitasking operations during emergency response and crisis situations, contact us to provide you with the necessary training, educational materials and timing instruments.
Double time management
Soon I will be working on creating specialized watches for ER and people who value being on time. You can identify a rope access or emergency responder who is time management conscious by the extra large size of his time keeper.
Lucy: Time is the only true unit of measure. It gives proof to the existence of matter. Without time, we don’t exist.
Professor Norman: For primitive beings like us, life seems to have only one single purpose: gaining time. And it is going through time that seems to be also the only real purpose of each of the cells in our bodies. To achieve that aim, the mass of the cells that make up earthworms and human beings has only two solutions. Be immortal, or to reproduce. If its habitat is not sufficiently favorable or nurturing, the cell will choose immortality. In other words, self-sufficiency and self-management. On the other hand, if the habitat is favorable, they will choose to reproduce. That way, when they die, they hand down essential information and knowledge to the next cell. Which hands it down to the next cell and so on. Thus knowledge and learning are handed down through time.
Lucy: Time gives legitimacy to it’s existence. Time is the only true unit of measure.