Working in BA and Rescue from a Confined Space Course

Working in BA and Rescue from a Confined Space Course from TES Training

By: TES Training  07/10/2010
Keywords: Confined Space Rescue Training


Working in any type of forced air breathing apparatus requires mandatory      training. This is especially so for rescue. Confined Space Entrants must          ALWAYS be backed up by a rescue team to extract a casualty that may be in a deoxygenated atmosphere or be surrounded with toxic or flammable gases. The rescue must be put into action quickly and effectively and teams CANNOT rely on the emergency services for rescue purposes.

The course is both theoretical and practical and provides the student with the knowledge and confidence to operate in long line breathing apparatus serviced from a trolley or similar equipment placed outside the confined space. The course also covers a variety of rescue scenario’s and includes a practical exercise of rescuing a weighted dummy via the tripod and winch whilst wearing full self contained breathing apparatus The course has also been condensed into one day to further improve cost effectiveness and your productivity levels.

   Cost per student is £120 inclusive of lunch and the issue of Certificate of Training  

Keywords: Confined Space Rescue Training