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Confined Space Rescue Training DVD - 1+ Hour
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Confined Space Rescue Training DVD - 1+ Hour

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We are proud members of

 

The National Fire Protection Association (N.F.P.A),

 

and we participate in and support the

 

Certified Fire Protection Specialist program.

 

 

 

TRAINING - DESIGNED BY FIREFIGHTERS FOR FIREFIGHTERS

 

Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered "confined" because their configurations hinder

the activities of employees who must enter, work in, and exit them...

 

 

OSHA and NIOSH report that "Confined Space" refers to a space which by design has limited openings for entry and exit, unfavorable natural ventilation which could contain or produce

dangerous air contaminants, and which is not intended for continuous employee occupancy. Confined spaces include but are not limited to storage tanks, compartments of ships, process vessels,

 pits, silos, vats, degreasers, reaction vessels, boilers, ventilation and exhaust ducts, sewers, tunnels, underground utility vaults, and pipelines.

 

According to data collected by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL), Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) program, fatal injuries in confined spaces

 fluctuated from a low of 81 in 1998 to a high of 100 in 2000 during the five-year period, averaging 92 fatalities per year.

 

firefighters should be trained to enter spaces and also what OSHA calls permit-required confined spaces which is one that meets the definition of a confined space and

has one or more of these characteristics:


  1. Contains or has the potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere,
  2. Contains a material that has the potential for engulfing the entrant,
  3. Has an internal configuration that might cause an entrant to be trapped or asphyxiated by inwardly converging walls or by a floor that slopes downward and tapers to a smaller cross section, and/or
  4. Contains any other recognized serious safety or health hazards.

 

 

NFPA 1006 & 1670

 

Some of the subjects to be covered are:

 

Definition of Confined Space

How workers become victims

Air Quality & SCBA

Confined Space Rescue Techniques at the

Operations Level

Rescue Preparation

Confined Space Rescue Size up

The 5 Needed Operations Criteria

Search for and Removal of Victims

Methods of Locating the Victim

Develop an Action Plan

Calibration for Air Quality Readings

Monitoring Atmospheric Conditions

A lesson on how Oxygen Levels effect the Body

Creating a Safe Rescue Work Zone

When is SCBA Needed

Preparing for the Rescue

Creating an Accountability System (Staging)

Ventilation & Types of Ventilation

How to Ventilate the Space

Need for RIT Team

Locking out or Tagging out

Need for Shoring

Illumination

Establishing Anchor Points

 Accessing the Patient

Packaging the Patient

Types of Packaging Devices

Confined Space Dangers

Rules for Working a Confined Space

Using a Skid Stretcher

and much much more

 

also included in this DVD SET

FREE GIFT

 

ROPES & KNOTS

 

 

Did you know all knots comprise of ROUND TURNS, LOOPS AND BIGHTS?

 

 

 

THIS VIDEO DVD DEMONSTRATES THE TYING OF 3 OF THE MAJOR KNOTS REQUIRED IN FIREFIGHTING & RESCUE.

WITH REAL LIFE AND FIELD DEMONSTRATIONS

animated reef knot

 

 

LEARN TO TIE THE 3 MOST IMPORTANT KNOTS

LEARN DIFFERENT ROPE USES,

LEARN HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR ROPE,

LEARN HOW TO CLEAN & REPAIR YOUR ROPE.

 

""IT IS BETTER TO PERFECT A FEW KNOTS THEN CONFUSE OVER MANY""

 

ROPES & KNOTS

 

 

 

 

LEARN:

1. Types Of Ropes:

 

A. Life Safety

B. Utility

 

2. Rope Materials:

 

A. Nylon

B. Polyester

C. Polypropylene

D. Polythylene

E. Manilla

F. Cotton

G. Kevlar/Aramind

H. H-Spectra/Polyethylene

 

3. Rope Construction:

 

A. Laid (twisted)

B. Braided

C. Braid-on-Braid

D. Kernmantle

 

YOU WILL ALSO GET REAL LIFE DEMONSTRATIONS THAT TAKES YOU STEP BY STEP THROUGH TYING 3 OF THE MAJOR KNOT INVOLVED IN

FIREFIGHTING, SUCH AS:

 

THE BOWLINE KNOT

THE CLOVE HITCH KNOT

THE SHEETS BEND (BECKETS BEND) KNOT

ALSO LEARN BY DEMONSTRATIONS, HOW TO USE THESE KNOTS IN TYING, RAISING AND LOWERING FIREFIGHTER GEAR & EQUIPMENT SUCH AS:

PRESSURE FANS

LADDERS

HOSELINES

CHARGED HOSELINES

PIKE POLES

AXES

Etc.

 

ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS VIDEO:

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  • IDENTIFY DAMAGE OF ROPES, KNOWLEDGE LEARNED OF TYPES OF DAMAGE
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A GREAT TEACHING TOOL

 

ALSO INCLUDED

CARING, REPAIRING, YOUR ROPE

 

THIS IS A DEFINATE TO YOUR FIREFIGHTING TRAINING PACKAGE

Last Updated: Tuesday, 13 November 2018 06:47