Confined Space Entry & Rescue
- California State Fire Marshal Approved
- California State Board of Fire Services Approved
- Covers NFPA 1670 Confined Space Rescue - Technician Level
This 40-hour, hands-on intensive course prepares the fire/rescue or industrial responder to safely manage a confined space rescue incident. The quality and thoroughness of CMC's Confined Space Entry and Rescue Proram was recognized when the State of California based the approved state curriculum on the CMC program. Our Confined Space Entry and Rescue Manual is the required text for all courses approved by the state. Confined Space Entry ad Rescue is one of the most challenging and dangerous rescue operations facing fire and rescue services today. Our course provides the knowledge and practical skills necessary to safely and legally resolve a confined space emergency.
Skills Taught Include:
Rescuer safety; team evaluation; pre-planning; supplied air breathing systems; atmospheric monitoring; communications systems; personal protective equipment; patient packaging and recover; tripods and other artificial high anchor points; lock-out, tag-out; rope systems for confined space assessment, and more. Realistic hands-on scenarios allow the student to gain confidence in this dangerous environment.
- CMC Rescue School Certificate
- CMC Confined Space Entry & Rescue Manual
- and CMC Rescue School T-Shirt
- A California State Fire Marshal Certificate is issued to those who attend the course in California.
You must be at least 18 years old to attend.
Limited to 24 students. We emphasize hands-on instruction and encourage participation by everyone in the class.
Note: Ordering a class on-line assumes that you have read and agree to the Terms of Enrollment. You must also complete and submit the Application for Enrollment form. When your order to attend a class is received and availability is verified, you will be contacted directly with your enrollment confirmation.
The last evolution was one of the best learning experiences I’ve had in the Fire Service (John L.)
Three of the best instructors I have had in my career as a professional fire fighter (James R.)
Best part was practical hands on; high quality instructors (Richard B.)