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Basic Air Monitoring (BAM)-8 hours

This course covers the what, how and why of gas detection. Attention will be paid to various types of gases, oxygen levels, explosion levels and safe working values. In addition, different types of gas detection equipment are discussed together with the practical advantages and disadvantages.

 

 

 

 


 

   

Air Monitoring Qualified Person (AMQP)-12 hours

 

This course builds upon the content in the Basic Air Monitoring (BAM) course, adding additional practical skills in the second day. It covers the what, how and why of gas detection. Attention will be paid to various types of gases, oxygen levels, explosion levels and safe working values. In addition, different types of gas detection equipment are discussed together with the practical advantages and disadvantages.

 

 


   
Safe Working in Confined Spaces (SWCS)-8 hours

The Safe Working in Confined Spaces (SWCS) course provides insight into the dangers that workers face when working in confined spaces and the current legislation in this area. Often, workers are faced with working in confined spaces during their jobs. Employment regulations clearly state that this must be done safely.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Confined Space Entry and Rescue (CSER)-16 hours

 

Everyone who works in confined spaces may be faced with a colleague who is incapacitated and requires rescue. The Confined Space Entry and Rescue (CSER) course teaches participants to deal with that situation. Using simple techniques and industry standard equipment, you will learn how you can free a colleague from a dangerous situation in confined spaces. The rapid release of this trapped person must be your highest priority, to prevent further injury. In accordance with the law on working conditions and the consequent duty of care, an employer is required to prepare employees for this possible scenario. Generally, with a few simple tools, this problem can easy be solved.

 

 

 

 

 


 

  

Confined Space Rescue Operator (CSRO)-24 hours

  • The Confined Space Rescue Operator (CSRO) course introduces the knowledge and skills required by personnel to operate safely and effectively during confined space rescues and be an active part of a confined space rescue team working under the supervision of Confined Space Rescue Technicians. Topics that are covered include: hazards of confined spaces, gas detection, legislation and guidelines on the area of confined spaces, knowledge of knots, loads and forces, building anchors, using pulley systems, use of tripod, self-climbing and rappelling, lowering and hoisting of rescuer and victim, standard configurations, stretchers used for confined space, situation analysis and incident management around incidents in confined spaces.

 

 

 

 


 

  

Confined Space Rescue Technician (CSRT)-32 hours

 

The Confined Space Rescue Technician (CSRT) course covers concepts and techniques to enable small teams to undertake technical confined space rescues. Both individual and team skills are extensively addressed. Topics that are thoroughly covered are hazard, gas detection, legislation, international guidelines, key learning, extensive loads and forces, building anchors, using pulley systems, use of tripod for entry and evacuation, self-climbing and rappelling, lowering and hoisting of rescuer and victim, use of stretchers and various stretcher configurations in confined spaces, moving and evacuations from manholes, victim care, building horizontal span, situation analysis, incident management and various scenarios.

 

 

 


 

 

   

Confined Space Rescue Specialist (CSRS)-36 hours

 

The Confined Space Rescue Specialist (CSRS) course is for confined space rescue team members who already have completed a comprehensive basic training and want to continue to specialize. This training continues where the CSRT course finishes.