Confined Space Rescue
ETI's Confined Space Rescue course is designed to provide delegates with the necessary competencies,
skills and knowledge to enable course delegates to safely and competently enter a confined space as a rescuer,
without increasing the risks to themselves or endangering others.
For more information on ETI's Confined Space Rescue Course:
Anyone who may be required to enter a confined space to effect a rescue, handle casualties or attempt to sustain life.
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of Confined Space Regulations
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of approved Codes of Practice
- Understand the risks to their own Health and Safety and to others
- Understand the role of a "Standby Man"
- Demonstrate the correct techniques for donning, testing and wearing Self Contained Breathing Apparatus and Airline equipment
- Demonstrate an understanding of Gas Testing principles and of how to interpret the results prior to, and during entry.
- Select and use rescue equipment, appropriate for use in a confined space
- Demonstrate the correct techniques used in casualty handling
Content Day 1
- The Confined Space Regulations
- Approved Codes of Practice
- Health and Safety Risks in Confined Space Entry
- Types of Rescue Equipment
- Role of the "Standby Man"
- Self Contained Breathing Apparatus - component parts
- SCBA Donning, Testing and Wearing
- Searching and Rescue Techniques
- Practical Exercises using SCBA
- Questions and Answers
Content Day 2
- Basic Principles of Gas Testing
- Interpreting the Result of a Gas Test
- Stretcher Handling
- Casualty Handling
- Snatch Rescue Techniques
- Practical Exercises involving the use of rescue equipment and recovery of casualties
To book a place on ETI's Confined Space Rescue Course: