Permit Required Confined Space Rescue: Understanding 1910.146 and Appendix F Rescue Teams
Unlike other job fields, the role of a rescue team is to save lives in a matter of seconds and requires a higher performance from every team member during real emergencies. Your role as the employer is to ensure the team is proficient, adequately trained,and properly equipped to perform the types of rescues needed at your facility.
OSHA 1910.146(k) provides guidance for employers on selecting rescue teams for permit required confined spaces, and 1910.146 Appendix F outlines performance evaluation criteria recommended by OSHA.
In this webinar, we will discuss selection criteria for determining whether you need to maintain an internal rescue team or consider hiring a third-party rescue service, or both, and evaluation criteria for effectively measuring performance before, during and after an actual rescue.
Attendees will learn:
- How to select internal rescue teams or rescue service providers, or both
- What skill levels and proper equipment are required
- Why continuous training and practice are critical
Register for this free webinar below!
DATE: November 9, 2021
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Safety Instructor & Consultant/Owner, Priority One Safe-T, LLC
Chris Koester is a safety consultant and owner of Priority One Safe-T, LLC, an emergency response safety training and rescue services firm for industrial and manufacturing companies. Chris has over 21 years of experience as a rescuer and is an internationally recognized expert in confined space entry and rescue. In addition to providing rescue services and emergency response planning & consulting to his industrial clients, Chris and his team of active and retired firefighters conduct Confined Space Entry and Rescue, Hazmat, Rope Rescue and Medical Response instructor-led classroom courses and hands-on technical training at the six-story Rescue Training Center located in Pryor, OK for employers from across the world.
Industrial Scientific Corporation
A global leader in connected safety, Industrial Scientific provides gas detection products, services, and software to keep workers safe in hazardous environments. Established in 1985 and headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Industrial Scientific's global employees are committed to preserving human life and eliminating death on the job by the year 2050.
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