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NFPA 1006 Confined Space Rescue

Safety Training - NFPA 1006 CSR

Duration: 8 Hours
Prerequisite: Confined Space Entry (Day 1) and Standby Worker & Non-Entry Rescue (Day 2)

Overview

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This 5 day course ensures participants are adequately prepared for all of the hazards and challenges which may occur during a confined space emergency. The NFPA 1006, Confined Space Rescue program builds on material covered during Confined Space Entry, Standby Worker & Non-Entry Rescue training. This program thoroughly covers all aspects of NFPA 1006: Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications, Chapter 5 and tests participants in a “Job Performance Requirement (JPR)” format.

The Course Covers

Day 1

  • Introduction
  • Legislation & Standards (Manitoba Part 15, Code of Practice, CSA z1006 NFPA 1006)
  • NFPA 1006 Definitions
  • Confined Spaces - Defined and Examples
  • Hazards
  • Incident Command System
  • Communications
  • Administration Requirements

Day 2

  • Rescue Defined (Provincial Legislation, CSA z1006, NFPA 1006)
  • Self-Rescue, Non-entry, Non-IDLH, IDLH
  • Rescue and Scene Size Up
  • Managing Incident Hazards
  • Scene Control
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hazard Isolation
  • Victim Assessment
  • Packaging Devices

Day 3

  • Webbing, Ropes & Rigging
  • Knots, bends, hitches
  • Anchors
  • Single Point
  • Bombproof/ Expected load
  • Redundant load
  • System Safety Check
  • Edge Protection
  • Mechanical Advantage (2:1, 3:1, 4:1 & Winch)
  • Terrain Hazards

Day 4

  • High Angle Rescue Considerations
  • Descent Control Devices
  • Belay Systems & “Belayers”
  • Helicopter Landing Zones
  • Practical Evolutions & Scenarios

Day 5

  • Written Evaluations
  • Practical Evaluation Scenarios/ JPRs
  • Return Equipment to “State of Readiness”