PNIFA Confined Space Rescue training is ideal for people who are conducting standby duties or for any person who may be required to assist in a confined space rescue operation. Covering permits, gas detection, BA, fire, CPR, and confined space rescue, this program is a highly popular training program designed around the Core Training Elements and in line with best practices as they relate to the safe management of confined spaces.
PNIFA Confined Space Rescue training program is designed to assist employers and employees in understanding the characteristics, hazards, and legislative requirements needed to work and enter a confined space, including operating breathing apparatus, gas testing atmospheres, and performing rescue in the context of a confined space. The program is a combination of theory and practical sessions conducted by an experienced confined space trainer.
It is recommended that those who are required to perform standby duties or undertake rescue operations in a confined space complete this training program. The program has been designed to ensure students develop the skills to;
Participants will also gain important knowledge around:
The training can also be conducted for group bookings at a suitably equipped site as preferred by the client. It can also be tailored to suit scenarios that are relevant to your company’s confined space operations.