Confined Space Emergency Series DVD


Three titles provide a comprehensive examination of response issues in a confined space emergency. Addresses the requirements of OSHA’s Permit-Required Confined Space Standard (29 CFR 1910.146), NFPA 1006, Standard for Rescue Technician Professional Qualifications, and NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents. Topics covered:

Understanding Confined Spaces
* Defines confined spaces and tells where they are likely to be found.
* Discusses the hazards associated with a confined space, including flammable and explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficient and oxygen enriched atmospheres, toxic atmospheres and physical hazards
* Explains the difference between non-permit and permit spaces
* Lists the elements of a confined space permit.
* Developing an entry plan
* Responsibilities of the entry supervisor, the entrant and the attendant
* Blinding and blanking; lockout/tagout;
* Atmospheric testing and ventilation

Confined Space and the First Responder Teaches the first responder, who typically is not trained or equipped to enter a confined space for rescue, how to deal with a confined space accident in a safe and effective manner. The first responder may be the attendant or may be fire or rescue personnel who are called to the rescue.
* Communicating with the entrant
* Calling for help
* Potential hazards inside and outside of the confined space area
* Establishing a command post
* Ventilation
* Size-up issues
* Explosion proof and intrinsically safe equipment
* Methods of victim retrieval without entering the space
* The dangers of an unprepared rescue

Confined Space Technical Rescue
* Designed for personnel at the Technician Level who may be required to enter a confined space for rescue purposes. Covers both workplace and community incidents.
* Specialized equipment needed for a rescue team, including air monitoring instruments, protective clothing, specialized lighting, and retrieval systems
* Size-up issues
* Risk evaluation
* Entry procedures
* Rescue techniques
* Command and control activities


Item #: CS9501

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