Professional technical rescue is a career requiring meticulous attention to detail and procedure, and the best quality, most effective training available. Our professional Technical Training Division ensures that your rescue training is safe, effective, and provides as much hands-on field practice as possible.
Safety Coordination Services’ Level 1 – Confined Space Rescue (no substitutions accepted). Minimum 18 years of age. Standard First Aid & Level C CPR (proof provided). Good physical condition.
All required materials provided.
CSA approved steel toed boots, safety glasses, leather gloves, coveralls, and/or appropriate clothing for inclement weather conditions.
This four (4) day Safety Coordination Services Level 2 Confined Space Rescue course is the entry-level program for working in confined space rescue teams. This program goes into further detail of areas covered in the basic program, while focusing on team building, victim packaging and extraction, mechanical advantage systems, raising/lowering systems, hazardous atmosphere monitoring, and ventilation practices, and team scenarios.
This course consists of both classroom as well as practical field instruction, with an emphasis on hazardous atmosphere monitoring, pre-entry permits, confined space classifying, team skills and victim removal.
This program provides the student with the working skills to move into the Safety Coordination Services Level 3 Confined Space Rescue program. Special attention shall be given to team and victim safety.
*This is an intermediate confined space rescue program, which will allow the rescuer to work in a support role under guidance of an advanced rescuer and represents a prerequisite for enrollment in a Safety Coordination Services Level 3 Confined Space Rescue program.
This program covers the following topics:
- Team and victim safety.
- Personal rope skill maintenance (Ropes and Knots).
- Introduction to complex rigging systems.
- Confined space communications.
- Advanced anchoring systems, and tripod.s
- Mechanical advantage systems (Lowering/Raising).
- Team roles and responsibilities.
- Team operations and scenarios.
- Rescue equipment selection, maintenance and inspection.
- Team safety checks, and advanced scene surveys.
- Victim packaging and removal.
Students will be issued a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of a written exam and demonstrated practical skills. Full attendance is mandatory for completion.
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