Confined Space Rescue – Knowing You’re Ready
Most employers who enter confined spaces think they are prepared for a confined space rescue of workers in distress. However, all too often their sense of readiness is betrayed by a lack of understanding of regulatory requirements, rescuer training and equipment limitations, as well as a general rescue strategy deficiency. Not understanding rescue regulations and standards can cost those employers aggravating and expensive legal citations, while a botched rescue performance may cost worker lives. This webinar addresses the critical issues of confined space rescue service selection (in-house or outside team, combination teams, rescue response vs. rescue standby, external/entry rescue approaches, training requirements, rescuer evaluation (individual and team), rescue practice, and incident strategies.
This webinar is useful for anybody involved at any level with confined space entry work, but it is NOT an overview of that work. Time limitations allow the speaker to only address confined space rescue planning topics. It is designed to support those folks that want to know how to proceed or for those who want to ensure their program is regulatorily and performance ready. Attendees will gain an understanding of how retrieval and rescue are crucial pieces to the confined space work puzzle – they have to fit…they have to work!
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DATE: November 20, 2019
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Michael Roop is an independent safety consultant and trainer. As a consultant, Roop evaluates and develops safety programs, investigates and reports accidents/incidents, performs safety audits, and conducts safety training. He serves and served on a number of safety standard setting committees including; a principal member of ANSI Z117.1 (Confined Spaces), was an original member of NFPA 1006 & 1670 (Confined Space / Elevated Rescue), and is a former member of ANSI 359 (Fall Protection - FP). Roop was a testifying witness and quoted source for OSHA CFR1910.146 CS clarification. Additionally, Roop serves as a CS/FP expert witness (for clients such as the Department of Labor (OSHA), the Department of Justice, industrial corporations/facilities, as well as private individuals. Michael is the founder and former owner/CEO of Roco Rescue and wrote a rescue book - “Confined Space and Structural Rope Rescue”.
Columbia Southern University
Columbia Southern University offers flexible online continuing education courses for safety specialists interested in taking the next step in their career. Earn CEUs while covering relevant topics including construction safety, OSHA policies, and industrial hygiene or prepare for the ASP and CPE exams. Learn more about our online safety degrees, workshops and CEU offerings. www.columbiasouthern.edu/safetyceu
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Date: Nov 20, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour