Confined Space/High Angle Rescue Training
Permit-Required Confined Space Compliance Training
This course is designed for workers at your facility that must routinely enter permit-required confined spaces to perform some type of work. This course is designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.146. "Permit- Required Confined Spaces". Topics of instruction include duties of supervisors, entrants and attendants, lock out/ tag out procedures, atmospheric monitoring and non-entry rescue.
Basic Confined Space Rescue Training
This course is designed to meet the training demands of 29 CFR 1910.146 (k) and NFPA 1670. 24 to 40 hours of intensive classroom and field instruction insures that your facility's confined space rescue team will be proficient in the basic skills needed to safely and efficiently perform entry rescues in your workplace. Topics covered in the program include assessment of confined space hazards, atmospheric monitoring, confined space rescue equipment use and limitations, knots, vertical and horizontal hauling, lowering systems, personal protective equipment and patient packaging.
Advanced Confined Space/ High Angle Rescue Training
This course is designed for those in plant rescue teams which may have to respond to both confined space and high angle rescue situations, a common hazard for many industrial facilities. With most of the course being dedicated to field "hands-on" activities, the student hones skills that were learned in the basic course, as well more advanced skills that are crucial to safe and effective rescue work. Topics of instruction in which the student will participate include: anchor development, knot tying refreshment, load and force factors, repelling, self rescue, pick offs and advanced rigging techniques such as high-lines
Confined Space/ High Angle Rescue Refresher Training
If there is one thing that is certain about confined space/ high angle rescue skills, it is if not routinely practiced, skill will be lost in a very short time. We do not allow our clients to build a false sense of security without proper confined space/ high angle rescue refresher training. These advanced skills need to be practiced at regular intervals in order to maintain proficiency. Designed to work hand in hand with annual training courses, 4 to 8 hours of quarterly refresher training is designed to keep your confined space/ high angle rescue skills sharp and ready.
First Responder Training
This 40-hour DOT/AMA certified course provides your facility's medical first responders with the skills needed to initiate basic first aid and CPR within a trauma patients "Golden Hour". It may also include use of the AED (automatic electronic defibrillator), which is gaining widespread notoriety for saving the lives of heart attack victims both on and off the workplace.