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On-site rescue procedures
The employer shall ensure that no worker enters or remains in a confined space unless, in accordance with the relevant plan, adequate written on-site rescue procedures that apply to the confined space have been developed and are ready for immediate implementation. O. Reg. 632/05, s. 11 (1).

Before a worker enters a confined space, the employer shall ensure that an adequate number of persons trained in the matters listed in subsection (3) are available for immediate implementation of the on-site rescue procedures mentioned in subsection (1). O. Reg. 632/05, s. 11 (2).

The persons shall be trained in,(a) the on-site rescue procedures mentioned in subsection (1);(b) first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation; and (c) the use of the rescue equipment required in accordance with the relevant plan. O. Reg. 632/05, s. 11 (3).

Hot Zone Training Consultants are the answer to all your rescue needs!

Hot Zone will provide your organization with:

  • Rescue technicians and entry attendants (all fully certified in CPR/First Aid and AED).
  • A complete and comprehensive array of vertical/horizontal entry, retrieval and rescue equipment (equipment will be matched to your space specific needs.)
  • Air monitoring equipment where or when required (4 and 5 gas monitors available).
  • Complete compliment of CPR/First Aid and AED standby equipment.
  • Confined space entry permits, hot work permits, and space assessment forms when or where required.
  • Consulting and assessment services

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