Course code: CS6 (initial) | CS6R (revalidation)
Certificate valid for: 12 months
Cost: £600 + VAT per person* (initial) | £310 + VAT per person* (revalidation)
Location: Element Safety (Sheffield)
Duration: 2 Days (initial) | 1 Day (revalidation)
Assessment method: Continuous
Training type: 30% Theory, 70% Practical
* Minimum for both courses of three people
An effective rescue plan may need a rescue team – trained, prepared and ready to go in an emergency.
This course is for anyone required to form part of an in-house rescue team assigned to standby at the entry point and, in an emergency, provide an immediate rescue response for those within the confined space, where lack of breathable air may be the problem.
Time and rescue are vital.
Having your own Rescue team is gives you surety of availability and more options to get the job done.
Rescue (if good planning and training are in place) happens very infrequently.
However, the time critical seriousness and potential skill fade from low incident frequency requires high risk rescue skills have to be revalidated every 12 months to maintain competence.
To train and assess individuals to safely enter non breathable atmospheres, treat, rescue and recover persons who have entered spaces which, due to their enclosed nature, their access/egress issues, lack of ventilation and their specified risk/s have been classified as confined spaces.
Strongly suggest undertaking additional medical training
This 2 day initial course will build on your High risk confined space skills to allow you to enter or supervise entry in order to support and rescue the casualty at an incident that may be breathing air related.
Our annual 1 day requalification course tests your skills, will update any changes and will also re-qualify your High risk entry course in one day! (You’re gonna be busy!)
Building upon your CS3 high risk confined space course….
This Rescue course allows your team to be an integral part of your rescue plan, supporting your high risk entry team should an incident occur, time is critical.
Enter and supervise rescue operations that may be lack of breathable air related.
This will be in the form of a skills update, practice and assessment day which will revalidate your confined space entry and rescue skills.
Revalidating your Rescue from confined spaces (BA) course will…
Maintain your competence in both
As the highest level of rescue, maintaining these skills/knowledge means:
Training the team in all of their skills in one day.
An engineer working inside a machine has lost voice contact with their supervisor and their personal gas alarm can be heard activating.
As a rescue team you need to access where they are, maintaining your own respiratory protection, restore an air supply to the casualty, and recover them to safety.
An operative from a grounds maintenance team has become unconscious whilst working on the chlorine system for the University’s fountain.
The supervisor is briefing the rescue team and recording their entry whilst the rescuers are completing their final checks before entering the space to rescue their colleague.
Some chambers the service teams enter are remote and would be particularly difficult to be rescued from.
Risk assessments demand that the teams could package, transport, and raise horizontally and vertically through narrow chamber openings.
Training for these spaces allow quicker and easier rescues if it were to ever happen for real.
• Maintenance or facilities management teams in Universities • Maintenance or facilities management teams in factories • Maintenance or facilities management teams in manufacturing
• Maintenance or facilities management teams in Hospitals
Advice, assistance with managing your entry and rescue teams, tips and support.
Need height, 1st Aid or Manual handling training to support your rescue team?
If we can help you or your team with Rescue from Confined Space (BA) training, please just get in touch. Reach out us via our contact us form – but if you would rather speak to us in person and have a chat first, then we are more than happy to take your call.
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