Emergency Response Solutions International

Program Descriptions

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Category Course Name Description Prerequisites Requirements Met Who Should Attend
General Confined Space Entry: Entrant and Attendant This 8-hour course for Entrants and Attendants covers the definition of a confined space, hazard recognition, duties, entry procedures, non-entry rescues and practice entries. None OSHA Standard on Confined Space Entry, (29 CFR 1910.146) Employees who will serve at entrants or attendants for permit-required confined spaces.
General Confined Space Permit Issuer This 16/24 -hour course will focus on proper techniques for evaluating confined space hazards and completing the proper documentation. Content includes hazards, monitoring, roles of various personnel, ventilation, protective equipment, and filling out a permit. None OSHA Standard on Confined Space Entry, (29 CFR 1910.146) Employees who issues permits or reclassify permit required spaces to non-permit spaces.
General ERT Block Refresher The 40-hour block refresher includes refresher training in Incident Command, Incipient Fire, Air Monitoring, Spill Repsonse, SCBA, EMS and Confined Space Rescue. ICS 100(FEMA) Incipient Fire Fighting, Air Monitoring, self Contained Breathing Apparatus, hazardous Materials Operations, 1st. Aid CPR/AED/ BBP, Rescue from Fall Protection, Confined Space Rescue Operations. According to Ford, OSHA, and NFPA requirements. Members of Emgergency Response Teams and Security Officers at Ford Motor Company Facilities throughout the United States and Canada