Confined Space TrainingConfined Space Safety Services – General Industry And Construction Industry

  • Permit Required Confined Space Program
    • Comprehensive Analysis of hazards and Safe Work practices for entry & Rescue
    • Site Assessment and Written Plan Development
    • Assessment of rescue team capabilities and annual competency evaluations
    • Awareness to Technician Level
    • OSHA 1910.146 compliant
    • NFFPA 1006 Technical Level I & II performance requirements

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE TEAM TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

  • Awareness Level to Technician Level
  • OSHA 1910.146 Compliant for Entry Supervisor, Attendant and Entrant
  • NFPA 1006 Technician Level I & II job performance standards
  • Customized based on needs assessment of your team and complexity of target hazards
  • Emergency Incident Management
  • Full Team exercise development and evaluation
  • Development of written procedures and rescue preplans
  • Continuing team education and training
    • Equipment needs
    • Life Cycle issues

Experience training Fire/EMS agencies, Military Teams and Industrial Response Teams:

  • Steel Manufacturing
  • Bauxite Mining
  • Phosphate Mining
  • Sewage/Water Treatment
  • Cement Manufacturing
  • Public Works Agencies
  • Telecommunications
  • Electric Power Industry
  • Defense Industry

Rope RescueRope/ High Angle Rescue Training

  • NFPA 1006 Compliant Level I and Level II courses
  • Customized Rope Rescue Courses to meet the needs of our Fire/EMS, and Industrial response teams based on
    • Specific work environments
    • Unique target hazards
  • Assessment of rescue team capabilities and annual competency evaluations
  • Emergency Incident Management
  • Development of written procedures and rescue preplans
  • Continuing team education and training
    • Equipment needs
    • Life Cycle issues

 Trench Rescue Training

  • Awareness level to Technician level training
  • NFPA 1006 Level I & Level II job performance requirements
  • OSHA 1926.650-652 standards
  • Emergency Incident Management
  • Full Team exercise development and evaluation
  • Development of written operating procedures
  • Continuing team education and training
    • Equipment needs
    • Life Cycle issues
  • Intersecting trenches
  • Complex shoring techniques and problem solving
  • Case study reviews of actual trench rescues
  • Significant hands on training

Lessons learned by our staff from participating in over 20 actual trench rescue events

Experience training Fire/EMS agencies, Military Teams and Industrial Response Teams:

  • Steel Manufacturing
  • Bauxite Mining
  • Phosphate Mining
  • Sewage/Water Treatment
  • Cement Manufacturing
  • Public Works Agencies
  • Telecommunications
  • Electric Power Industry
  • Defense Industry

 

Structural Collapse Rescue Training Courses

Structural Collapse TrainingAwareness to Technician Level Training

  • Comprehensive NFPA Operations Level Course (NFPA 1006 Level I)
  • Comprehensive NFPA Technician Level Course (NFPA 1006 Level II)
  • FEMA SCT (Structural Collapse Technician) Skills
  • Shoring Specialty Course
  • Technical Search Techniques Course
  • Steel Cutting and Burning Specialty Course
  • Rescue Officer Development Course
  • Emergency Incident Management
  • Full Team Exercise Development and Evaluation

Operations Level Rescue Courses

Light-Frame & Unreinforced Masonry Operations

 The majority of rescue organizations will benefit from this course as most responders are faced with the “Main Street USA” category of operations. Combining lecture and significant hands-on applications, this course trains personnel to exercise their skills in responding to the tornado-impacted house and/or the commercial store/house that suffers a gas explosion by focusing on:

  • Collapse causes
  • Hazard identification and control
  • Safety requirements
  • Command and control
  • Management and coordination of resources
  • Structural breaching, content breaching, and void space operations
  • Structural element lifting applications, stabilization of loads
  • Shoring and structural stabilization
  • Patient packaging and removal

NFPA Technician Level Compliant Concrete Collapse Rescue Course                                                                                

The Concrete Collapse Rescue Course is designed to be taken after completion of the Light-Frame and Unreinforced Masonry Operations; however, it can be taken as a stand-alone.

As a specialty course preparing teams to respond to Heavy Rescue situations involving concrete and steel frame buildings, the class is a combination of lecture and case study with a primary focus of hands-on training in the following areas:

  • Concrete construction methods
  • Properties of concrete and reinforcing materials
  • Concrete building collapse failure patterns
  • Survivability profiling
  • Tactical planning
  • Rescue techniques
  • Breaching techniques
  • Controlled segmental lift out operations
  • Relief cutting/stitch drilling
  • Concrete sawing
  • Void space breaching
  • Void space heavy lifting
  • Drilling/bolting/rigging and lifting
  • Heavy and medium breakers/rotary drill operations
  • Concrete boring equipment
  • Support materials and operations

REAL WORLD TRAINING from REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE

  • Armenia, Russia – Earthquake
  • Topsail Isle, NC – Hurricane
  • Oklahoma City, OK – Terrorist Bombing
  • Nairobi, Kenya – U.S. Embassy Terrorist Bombing
  • Izmit, Turkey – Earthquake
  • Touliu, Taiwan – Earthquake
  • Duzce, Turkey – Earthquake
  • 911-The Pentagon – Terrorist Attack
  • Port au Prince, Haiti – Earthquake
  • Ofunato/Kamaishi City, Japan – Tsunami
  • Little Ferry, NJ/Staten Island, NY – Tropical Storm Sandy