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Confined Space: Rescue

Hours: 8.00 | Estimated Cost: $300.00

Confined space rescue is a subset of technical rescue operations that involves the rescue and recovery of victims trapped in a confined space or in a place only accessible through confined spaces, such as underground vaults, storage silos, storage tanks, or sewers. OSHA requires that workers in confined spaces be protected, and that safety and health programs address the variety of hazards they face. In this hands-on seminar, you'll learn about OSHA 29, Appendix F Code of Federal Regulations 1910.146 regarding Rescue Team or Rescue Service Evaluation Criteria and practice the skills in our real-world setting at the Public Safety Training Center.

Additional Information

Learn About
  • Self-rescue
  • Non-entry rescue
  • Entry rescue
  • Rescue equipment
  • Hands-on training and practical experience in our Confined Space Rescue setting at Fox Valley Technical College's Public Safety Training Center
  • Rescue services are required by OSHA to practice rescues at least once every 12 months, provided that the team or service has not successfully performed a permit space rescue within that time. Fulfill this requirement alongside our Certified Safety Professional instructor
Benefits & Outcomes
  • Receive guidance in choosing an appropriate rescue service and be in compliance with all provisions of 1910.146 to conduct permit space operations without recourse to rescue services
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Fox Valley Technical College
Business & Industry Services (BIS)
D. J. Bordini Center
1825 N. Bluemound Road
P.O. Box 2277
Appleton, WI 54912-2277
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P: 888-458-0449
P: 920-735-2525
F: 920-735-4771

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