Confined Space Rescue Industry Training (Non-IDLH)
Personnel are trained in not only the hazards and entry requirements of confined spaces, but also some of the required rescue competencies as outlined in NFPA 1006 and NFPA 1670.
The competencies include but are not limited to:
- ropes and knots
- hazard recognition and appropriate control measures
- patient packaging
- atmospheric monitoring
The course concludes with practical scenarios of varying difficulty in multiple types of confined spaces.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for individuals that will be employed as rescue persons in a confined space capacity, but not in an IDLH environment.
Maximum Number of Participants
Record of Training
All participants who successfully complete this program will receive a Certificate of Attendance.