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Confined Space Rescue Training

According to NIOSH, 50% of the workers who die are attempting to rescue a fellow worker. This course increases knowledge of hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry.

Topics include the OSHA required confined space entry standard, hazards associated with entry procedures, personal protective equipment, ventilation and purging requirements. Furthermore, it will meet the rescue requirements of 29 CFR 1910.146 and NFPA 1670 (Technical Rescue).

Following successful completion, the student will have the skills and knowledge to perform confined space rescues and assist emergency responders.

The training will be accomplished through lecture, manipulative skill demonstration/performance, scenario participation and the use of atmospheric monitoring equipment and various rescue equipment.

Compliance Reference:

T8 CCR 5157, 5158 | 29 CFR 1910.146

Class Duration:

5 days depending on the participants experience

Language Options:

English, Spanish

Included:

n/a

Optional Materials:

Training Manual, Training Video

Class Objectives:

Prerequisite: To participate in this class, completion of the Confined Space Entry course and CPR and First Aid are required.

Day 1 of 5

A.M.P.M.
Instructor and Participant IntroductionsHazard Identification
Organization and ObjectivesHazard Control
Regulatory Overview for RescueVentilation
OSHA, CALOSHA and NFPAMonitoring Instruments
ANSI 2117.1 Standards
Fit forDuty Document Review and PPE

Day 2 of 5

A.M.P.M.
Heat Illness Prevention ProgramBasic CPR/First Aid, AED and Bloodborne Pathogens Review
Fall Protection EquipmentReview and Practice of Critical Skills for Rescuers
Respiratory Protection
Dress up –Use and Fit Test

Day 3 of 5

A.M.P.M.
Phases of Rescue Operation Incident Command SystemPatient Assessment and Evaluation
Confined Space
Communication
PatientPacking Using Backboard
Sked System
Tripod and Retrieval Systems

Day 4 of 5

A.M.P.M.
Rescue SystemsContinue Hands-on Practice with Setting up and Using Systems
Knots Lowering and Raising
Systems and Anchors

Day 5 of 5

A.M.P.M.
Practice Rescue Scenarios {Group 1} Participants Will Rotate PositionsPractice Rescue Scenarios {Group 2} Participants Will Rotate Positions
DebriefDebrief
Final Review
Written Exam
Written Exam
Course Evaluation
Presentation of Certificates
Adjournment

At the conclusion of the class, each participant will take a written examination and complete a course evaluation.

Cost for 5-day Rescue Course for up to 10 students is $7500.00

Compliance Reference:

T8 CCR 5157, 5158 | 29 CFR 1910.146

Class Duration:

5 days depending on the participants experience

Language Options:

English, Spanish

Included:

n/a

Optional Materials:

Training Manual, Training Video

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