Confined Space Operations includes team-building working towards a systematic approach to Confined Space Rescue in IDLH environments. Participants will gain the skills and knowledge to conduct rope-based rescue operations in a variety of confined space environments. Rope based rescue systems will be utilized emphasizing the selection, construction, and proper use of these systems in the confined space environment.Book Now
Students will gain practical experience in the use of communication systems, resource material, patient packaging devices, atmospheric monitoring equipment, supplied air systems, air sampling strategies, and strategies/tactics for successful emergency entry operations. Participants will operate as an integral part of a team environment and will be directed and monitored by instructors acting as team leaders. Students are given written, individual proficiency and practical evaluations. This course meets or exceeds NFPA 1006 and 1670 and is in conformance with CSA and WorkSafeBC Standards.
This course is designed for workers who are expected to work in and around confined spaces. A full-day program that focuses on teaching how to identify a confined space, the potential hazards associated with working in confined spaces, and the necessary requirements for working safely around these spaces.Book Now
This course provides an overview of the potential hazards associated with working at heights and precautions which should be taken to prevent injuries. The program provides an overview of the types of fall protection devices that are available and their intended use.Book Now
This course offers the ability to combine the skills needed to emerge with qualifications in Rope Rescue and Confined Space Rescue at the Technician level.Book Now