Confined Space Rescue Training

Course Information: This three-day course on confined space rescue training is designed to meet the requirements of OSHA 1910.146 and NFPA 1006. This course teaches students how to conduct a variety of rescues in permit-required confined spaces. Students will learn OSHA requirements for permit and non-permit required confined space, HAZMAT

awareness, inspect and maintain equipment, applying proven Confined Space Rescue techniques to confined space operations, rescue knots, mechanical advantage systems, incident command, and how to coordinate with other emergency responders. This training will primarily consist of hands-on field training. All students must demonstrate to the instructor through practical evaluation that he/she is competent before a certificate can be received. This course is somewhat physically demanding and students will be required to demonstrate the ability to operate in small spaces while wearing a full face respirator, mandating a current quantitative mask fit test. Acrophobia and Claustrophobia may disqualify candidates from completing the training. On-site training will utilize the rescue equipment available to the students and will focus on Confined Space Rescue Team training. For on-campus training it is recommended that a current list of confined space rescue equipment be e-mailed or faxed to the instructor prior to the course to ensure the training equipment is as similar as possible to that of the student’s sponsoring organization.

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Confined space rescue are technical rescue operations that focus on the rescue and recovery of victims trapped in a small space sucha as underground, storage silos, storage tanks, or industrial areas

Key Topics Covered: Students will learn OSHA requirements for permit and non-permit required confined space training, working with confined space rescue teams, HAZMAT awareness, inspect and maintain equipment, applying proven rescue techniques to confined space operations, rescue knots, mechanical advantage systems, incident command, and how to coordinate with other emergency responders.

Course Duration: 24 hours
Certifications Received: Yes
Price: $455.00
Accreditation: Per OSHA regulations
Recertification Interval: Annual
Prerequisites: Respirator medical clearance and mask fit test
Course Format: Instructor led / classroom setting w/ hands on training

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