This course allows the student to become familiar with rescue methods appropriate for construction sites at a height. The course focuses on learning rescue methods and on the implementation of safety measures to be deployed by the rescue team. Alternating between theory in a classroom and practical exercises enables the student to understand and master the appropriate maneuvers to deploy in case of emergency.
Duration: 1 to 4 Days
Maximum participants : 6
PREREQUISITE: FALL PROTECTION LEVEL I
Training leading to the development of the following skills:
Knowledge and understanding of basic fall protection system components used on construction sites.
Learning rescue techniques appropriate to the work environment.
Knowledge of rescue system equipment and components.
Understanding how to use anchorage, safety connections, and harnesses adapted for construction site work.
Developing the ability to react appropriately in emergency situations.
Acquiring a method for carrying out a wind turbine evacuation and a rescue in complete safety.
Selecting anchorage and rescue systems that are appropriate for the various fall and victim retrieval possibilities.
Implementing and using a fall protection system and rescue method ensuring worker safety.