Welcome to Confined Space Rescue Demonstration: Awareness

Written By: Lance Piatt

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Sure, there are a ton of courses out there for confined space principles — how to do hole watch, how to monitor, etc. — but just how relevant is this material to a confined space rescuer? When should we build a tripod reeve? What kind of precautions should we take around a patient when getting them out of a space? When do we decide to pull back, regroup, and call this a recovery?

Our local health and safety regulations, where we operate, have taught that most confined space incidents are due to the lack of one of three items:

  1. The lack of monitoring
  2. The lack of ventilation
  3. Or the lack of onsite rescue or expedient rescue

When we show up to rescue, we’re looking at a few items here that we’re going to have to fix, primarily monitoring and ventilation. If that’s what’s causing the problems, we’re going to have to fix them.

Inside Confined Space Rescue Demonstration: Awareness, we’ve broken things down into

  1. atmosphere
  2. strategies and tactics
  3. rescue rigging
  4. patient considerations
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