Self Evacuation and Rescue Amélie Viau
People that work alone or that don’t have access to an emergency service need to be able to evacuate a hazardous work environment or be able to carry out a self-rescue following a fall. This course is particularly relevant for police, fire, and rescue services. The course aims to make workers aware that they need to take charge of their own safety. The student will become familiar with the most commonly used methods and tools for carrying out an emergency self-evacuation or rescue.
Duration: 1 Day
Maximum participants : 8
PREREQUISITE: FALL PROTECTION LEVEL I
Training leading to the development of the following skills:
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 self-rescue.
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.