Rescues from Confined Space

Overview

A confined space is any space including tanks, silos, pits, chambers, or other similar space that is mainly (but not always completely) enclosed that contains a foreseeable specified risk of serious injury. A ‘specified risk’ could include:

  • a fire or explosion causing serious injury
  • gases, fumes or a low oxygen environment which can cause unconsciousness
  • an increase in body temperature causing unconsciousness
  • drowning in liquid
  • asphyxiation in free-flowing solids
ISAR3’s range of confined space rescue training courses can be delivered from a variety of our training venues, or we can come to you. ISAR3 use the latest equipment to deliver confined space training from basic awareness through to advanced rescue technicians.