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Here’s a follow up to a Confined Space Fatality story we published earlier this year. One of the injured persons (a “would be” rescuer and co-worker of the initial victim) remains hospitalized since January. According to a Cal/OSHA Chief, “it is … Continue reading
Subject: Fall Protection and Post-Fall Arrest Rescue Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 Time: 1:15pm – 2:15pm CST Place: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Roco Chief Instructor Pat Furr will be presenting a one hour workshop at the 27th Annual National … Continue reading
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In this article, we want to provide some background on our experiences with users of rescue equipment, and why we feel proper training is so important. In the past 30 years, we’ve had the honor of having thousands of students … Continue reading