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Confined Space Entry and Rescue

Confined Space Entry and Rescue

This program is recommended for personnel who must access and work in confined spaces and for those who supervise these activities. Attendees will be qualified as Entrants, Attendants and Supervisors for confined space operations.

 

This 8-hour program combines classroom training and extensive hands-on training in protective procedures and equipment for confined space industrial operations. Students create permit documents, use gas monitoring to ventilate and control the space, practice vertical and horizontal entries, and practice hands-on skills in a controlled environment at the LTR Facility. 

 

The program qualifies students to the requirements of the revised ANSI Z117.1 standard and OSHA 1926.1201-1213 & 1910.146. Students are not certified in entry rescues at this level.

 

 

Confined Space Entry Rescue (Non IDLH)

 

Qualifies Entrants, Attendants and Supervisors for confined space personnel for entry rescue operations in a Non-IDLH Environment. LTR Confined Space Entry is a prerequisite for this program.

 

This program is recommended for personnel who must access and work in confined spaces and for those who supervise these activities. The emphasis is on safe removal of workers from a controlled space clear of air, gas or fire hazards. These are typically individuals who may have suffered trauma, cardiac emergencies, hypoglycemia, temperature exposure or exhaustion,

 

This 8-hour program combines classroom training and extensive hands-on training in protective procedures and equipment for rescue scenarios in confined space operations. It addresses the ANSI Z117.1 standard and OSHA 1926.1201-1213 & 1910.146., and draws rescue guidelines from NFPA 1006. Students are certified in entry rescues at this level for non-hazardous environments.

 

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