Confined Space Services
Did you know that the brain starts to die without oxygen after 4 minutes?
This means that emergency services only have 4-6 minutes to respond after calling 9-1-1 and rescue an individual from a confined space before the brain is medically considered dead (6 mins). Unfortunately, the current reported national average for response times of emergency services sits steadily at 15 minutes.
Not all rescue services or emergency personnel are trained and equipped to conduct confined space rescues.
The lack of proper equipment, trained individuals, and availability leads to a recovery verses a rescue.
SATS has over two decades of combined experience working within confined spaces and performing efficient rescues. Working for a large public emergency service provider we have witnessed what can go wrong when the under qualified show up for a rescue. Let our knowledge and working experience leave you at peace knowing your employees are safe with our Confined Space Rescue Standby Services.
Confined Space Rescue Standby
All services are tailored to meet site-specific emergency needs and include:
Confined Space Attendant and Entry Supervisor
Confined Space Standby Rescue in Non-IDLH Atmospheres
Confined Space Standby Rescue in IDLH Atmospheres
SATS confined space standby rescue teams are staffed by experienced professional first responders and rescuers. Keeping all individuals within compliance (meeting both OSHA 1910.146 and NFPA 1670 requirements), teams are certified with the minimum of: National Professional Qualifications Confined Space Technician, Vehicle and Machinery Rescue, Hazmat Mitigation Response, OSHA Compliant Confined Space Technical Rescue, First Aid and CPR.