Rescue Standby Teams

Contact us today to schedule a rescue standby team for your job site!

Why do I need a contracted rescue standby team?

OSHA requires a rescue service be designated and capable of responding in a timely manner any time permit-required confined space entry work is being performed. OSHA also requires prompt rescue in the event an employee falls into his or her personal fall arrest system.

Many employers choose to rely on dialing 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency. However, the local fire department may not provide technical rescue services or may already be out on another call when you need them. Maintaining your own rescue team can also be challenging due to the time requirements and costs associated with training and equipment. A contracted, professional rescue standby team can help you satisfy the OSHA requirements for rescue.

What we can do for you!

Elder Technical Rescue Services LLC can provide you with a dedicated rescue standby team to ensure you are providing the highest level of safety for your employees. We staff experienced safety and rescue professionals to work on our rescue standby teams. Our employees will be engaged and part of the overall team to help ensure the safety of everyone on the job site.

Contact us today to discuss your needs, or keep reading to learn more about what we offer.

 
Training and Equipment

Our team members are trained/certified on the following topics:

  • Confined Space Entrant, Attendant, Supervisor (OSHA 1910.146 and 1926 Subpart AA)
  • Confined Space Rescue Operations/Technician (NFPA 1006)
  • Rope Rescue Operations/Technician (NFPA 1006)
  • Hazardous Materials Emergency Response - Operations Level
  • First aid and CPR with AED use
  • Working at heights and performing rescue from fall protection
  • Lockout/Tagout and energy isolation procedures
  • Trench and excavation safety

Many of our team members have additional specialized training on topics such as rope access, water rescue, hazardous materials technician level, and more!

We bring the following equipment to your job site:

  • Rescue harnesses
  • Rope, anchors, carabiners, pulleys, descent control devices, etc.
  • Patient packaging equipment
  • First aid supplies and AED
  • Tripod
  • Confined space blower
  • Multi-gas detector for air monitoring
  • Fall protection equipment
  • Chemical protective clothing
  • Self-contained breathing apparatus
  • And more!

Contact us today to discuss your rescue standby team needs!