Posted: 15 Nov '18

Be Prepared Before It’s Too Late, Take Our Confined Space Rescue Training Course

While many employers now understand the importance of enrolling their workers in a confined space rescue training course, some still feel like it can be an expensive additive. Although a confined space rescue training course for all your confined space workers may be an added expense, it will help to save lives and prevent injuries.

The following are some of the reasons you need to take a confined space rescue training course very seriously:

Confined Spaces are Hazardous

There are different types of confined spaces, and while some are relatively safe, others are not. In fact, some confined spaces are considered hazardous and very high risk. These include confined spaces that may contain sloping walls and hazardous atmospheres. Commonly known as Permit-Required Confined Spaces, these spaces put the lives of entrants at risk and should be studied carefully before entry.

Only through a confined space rescue training course can workers learn about the different types of confined spaces and begin to learn to prepare for any danger they may encounter.

Entrants Need to Be Prepared

Hazard assessment skills are critical, especially in a confined space. The entrant needs to be diligent enough and have the tools to properly assess all risks. Moreover, a pre-entry checklist must be performed to identify hazards or the potential for hazards.

Our confined space rescue training course can help entrants learn to control procedures to escape these situations. They will be taught to understand the types of dangers and safety hazards they may encounter and how to deal with them. Only the confined space rescue training course can equip them with such knowledge.

It Will Help You Understand PPE and Rescue Procedures

Finally, our confined space rescue training course will discuss special personal protective equipment for all confined space projects. From respirators and self-contained breathing apparatus’, to protective gloves, harnesses to snap hooks, D-Rings, and lanyards, workers must fully understand the purpose of each PPE and how to properly use it. Both entrants and attendants (also known as safety watch or standby) will learn about the different PPEs and how to use them.

You will want to be prepared before it’s too late. If you want to further prepare your employees for work in a confined space, get in touch with us to enroll in our confined space rescue training course today – you’ll equip your team with vital skills and knowledge to keep them safe.

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