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    Confined Space Rescue

    • Confined spaces pose specific hazards to those working in the fullrange of industrial environments. Rescue teams that are tasked with performingconfined space technical rescues must also have the appropriate training tomeet their operational need.
    • Confined Space Rescue training is required for any individual, during their employment is expected to make rescues from Confined Spaces. For Permit-Required Confined Spaces that have a hazardous atmosphere, a The confined Space Rescue Team must always be on hand at the facility.
    This course isdesigned to teach learners:
    • How to determine what hazards may exist within a confined space,
    • How to put into place a confined space rescue plan and how to carry out a confined space rescue.
    • This confined space rescue training course also includes a breathing apparatus refresher so that learners understand how to rescue a person from a hazardous atmosphere within a confined space whilst remaining safe.
    • Tripods and anchor points.
    • Lock-out, tag-out.
    • Rope systems for confined space entry and rescue.

    • Pretest
    • Identifying confined spaces & hazards.
    • Risk assessments & hierarchy of hazardcontrols
    • Roles & responsibilities of management& employees
    • Group Discussion and Quiz

    • Rescue techniques and principles
    • Tripods & rescue equipment
    • Rescue scenarios
    • Group Discussion and Quiz

    • Self-rescue from confined spaces
    • Operation of breathing apparatus skillsmaintenance
    • Group Discussion
    • Post Test

    • Any worker, who may potentially need to work in a confined space as described above, will need to have some form of confined space training, depending on the level of work needed.
    • Examples of workers who may need confined space training include firefighters, construction workers, maintenance technicians, building engineers, lab technicians, welders, pipeline workers, HVAC technicians, emergency response personnel, and many more.

    • Identifying confined spaces & hazards.
    • Risk assessments & hierarchy of hazard controls
    • Roles & responsibilities of management & employees
    • Rescue techniques and principles
    • Tripods & rescue equipment
    • Rescue scenarios
    • Self-rescue from confined spaces
    • Operation of breathing apparatus skills maintenance

    Confined Space Entry Level 1

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