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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY - RESCUE TRAINING

8 hour training program

Introduction:

Although every effort must be made to prevent a confined space emergency, unforeseen or otherwise uncontrollable events may occur during the course of an entry. In 60% of confined space accidents, the would-be rescuers become victims. This statistic can be greatly reduced with proper rescue training and planning.

Rescue planning is not only a necessity from a practical viewpoint; it is a legally-required component of any confined space entry program.

Classroom instruction combined with hands-on use of rescue equipment in a simulated rescue drill will improve a rescuer’s ability to conduct an effective rescue without placing other personnel at an increased risk of injury or death.

 

Training Objectives:
  • Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the challenges and hazards associated with a confined space rescue.

  • Determine appropriate methods to conduct a confined space rescue.

  • Review and become familiar with confined space entry rescue procedures and equipment.

  • Understand the applicable legislative requirements.

  • Inspect, set-up and use rescue equipment available at the client’s location.

 

Target Audience:
  • Workers and Associates entering a confined space, as well as their Attendants

  • Rescue Personnel Supervisors and Managers Health & Safety Committee Members

 

Course Length and Options:

This is a full-day (8-hour) training session The hands-on portion of this training session utilizes the client’s rescue equipment. The client must supply suitable entry and rescue equipment, including items such as air sampling and calibration equipment, Davit-Arm / Tripod, Type III SRL or other suitable extraction winch, etc.

Prior to the training session, STACS Inc. will work with the client to identify suitable confined spaces and equipment for the simulated rescues.

Personnel that successfully complete this training program will be provided with a Record of Training (ROT).