Confined Space and Rescue Training
1 in 1400 industrial accidents results in serious injury; 1 in 10 confined space accidents results in serious injury. 60% of all confined space deaths are to would-be rescuers. Approximately 80% of all confined space fatalities happened in space that were deemed safe to enter! This course provides a realistic approach to safety in and around confined space entries and accountability of the roles of the entrant, attendant, and supervisor.
Tower Safety provides 2 levels of Confined Space Training:
1. Entrant, Attendant, Supervisor (CSEAS)
General knowledge of confined spaces and the ability to identify permit required confined spaces, and recognize hazards. 1 day of training – call for pricing 602-900-7668 or [email protected]
2. Rescue Operations
When completed, the participant of this class should have a working knowledge needed for a confined space rescuer compliant with OSHA 1910m146(k), including:
- Common Hazards
- Safe Rescue Entries
- Rescue Equipment
- Rescue Extrications, (Non-entry and Rescue Entry)
3 Days of training – call for pricing 602-900-7668 or [email protected]
- Characteristics of PRCS
- Expected injury reduction associated with confined space in construction rule.
- Duties of the entrant, attendant, and supervisor,
- Identify the hazards.
- Understand eliminating hazards
- Methods used to alert authorized entrants and attendants that an engulfment hazard may be developing.
- Identify and evaluate the hazards after an authorized entrant enters the space.
- Injury Reduction Impact on New Ruling
- Components of a Confined Space Plan
- Management leadership and employee participation
- Hazard identification and assessment
- Hazard prevention and control
- Evaluation of program effectiveness
- Duties of Attendant, Entrant, and Entry Supervisor
- Attendant remains outside the permit space during entry operations unless relieved by another authorized attendant.
- Know existing and potential hazards, including information on the mode of exposure, signs or symptoms, consequences and physiological effects.
- Maintain communication with and keep an accurate account of those workers entering the permit space.
- Order evacuation of the permit space when a prohibited condition exists.
- Summon rescue and other services during an emergency.
- Hazards: Toxic Atmospheric- Oxygen Deficient/enriched/Flammable Atmosphere/Chemical – Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, Chemical Reactions/ Electrocution/ Falls/Poor Lighting/Noise/Energy sources.
Tower Safety Trainer, Pat Rhodes
As a technical lead instructor for the Phoenix Fire Dept., Pat Rhodes retired after 28 years as a veteran firefighter. Pat was a Rescue Specialist for FEMA Arizona Task Force 1 and member of the Technical Rescue Validation committee for IFSTA (International Fire Service Training Association). Rhodes is a Master Rigger for physics, rope rescue, confined space rescue, and industrial steel rescue. He has consulted and instructed fire departments and technical rescue teams internationally and a author of 6 published books.
As an international instructor teaching 20 years of rescue for confined space entry and industrial steel, he also spent much of his career as a practitioner and instructor in wilderness and mountain rescue. If you are on rope, steel, or a wildland firefighter, Pat shares his 45 years of knowledge and expertise to every student. Learning from Pat Rhodes is an experience every technician should add to their toolbox!
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