Preplanning for Rescue at Height

Description: Organizations that employ workers at height have an obligation to prepare effectively for rescue in the event that one of those workers becomes incapacitated. The complexity and environmental uniqueness of high angle incidents makes planning for these difficult at best. Appropriate preparation requires forethought, planning, and ongoing training to predetermine levels of capability. This presentation will assist responsible management in developing appropriate plans that establish clear roles and responsibilities and maintain a ready state for emergencies.
  Instructor(s): Loui McCurley, Pigeon Mountain Industries, Wheat Ridge, CO
  Level: B