Getting a firefighter up from one floor below through an opening in the floor.
1. Using rope and the hand cuff knot. Try using 2 hand cuff knots.
2. 1 FF as rescuer and is lowered down to victim. FF ties a hasty harness with webbing on the victim. Victim raised with rope.
3. Get a sling link and use sling link for a rescue.
4. Use the bend of a charged hose line to be lowered into hole. Have FF step on hose and hug both sides of hose while RIT team pulls hose back up.
I arranged a RIT drill last year, we got a ton of wire pieces from a construction site (Legally of course) and tangled a firefighter through the floor in a vacant house that we were given permission to train in. We told the RIT that a FF was down through the floor and they had to rescue with whatever means they deemed worthy.
All teams found it very hard and worked hard to release the FF from the wires and rescue through an opening in the floor.
It was good for all the teams to brainstorm and progress each time they went through, we did this in August and it was extreamly hot that day, so it kinda made it more realistic.