Confined Space: Rescue Techniques Fundamentals
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|Confined Space: Rescue Techniques|
*Room P109 is in the Public Safety Training Center; use East Campus Drive entrance.
Fees are higher for out-of-state students.
Learn how to rescue entrants from confined spaces without atmospheric hazards, including low/high oxygen levels, toxic gases or vapors, and flammable atmospheres. This hands-on class covers the gamut of confined space topics from hazard analysis to rescue simulations. Topics include:
- Active entry rescue techniques
- Selection of personal protective equipment
- Fundamental anchors, body harnesses, and connections
- Patient packaging & low-angle retrieval
Completion of Confined Space Entrant/Attendant/Supervisor (EAS) training as well as obtaining employer authorization to participate are strongly encouraged. It is also recommended that participants have experience with non-entry rescue and/or one year of experience in confined space.
All sessions are taught by Ken Rost.
ONLINE with company bill information or download a registration form.
To register by phone with a credit card, call 1.888.GO TO LTC (1.888.468.6582) Ext. 1366
For questions or detailed information, call Workforce Solutions at 920.693.1675, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.