Boss2966
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Dipil
Safety Consultant
Kesava Pillai
Occupational Safety & Health
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Dear All
Our company wish to give trainings to few of our employees to make Rescue Team to deals with emergency in Confined Spaces, Height Works, Etc...
If any firm providing such trainings in your knowledge please let me know the same... We wish the party come to our plant and train our employees to make them professional rescuer...
Hope to get positive reply's at the earliest...
28th July 2011 From India
Mr. Dilip,
Here I am attaching mock drill observation report with some photos conducted at our site recently. After reading this you will get some clear idea about the mock drill.
In your statement I am not clear whether you want detail about to conduct height work training or emergency mock drill for height work.
One thing you should know there is vast difference between Mock drill training & height work training.
I couldn't have a time to mention everything here, for any clarification regarding feel free to call me any time in below contact no.
T Bhuvaneshwaran
Manager-EHS
9909992388
10th August 2011 From India, Surat

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Dear Mr. Dipil

First of all please accept my sincere appreciation for initiating such a useful brainstorming debate at this needy hour.

Please have a check on S.T.A.R.T. Rescue Training, Inc. - Technical Rescue Specialists link, The International Rescue Corps - Home Page and ADRA India <link updated to site home> , which I have checked from www.google search.

Normally you can appoint an Ex-serviceman preferably from Ground Training Instructor trade, who can give better inhouse training to all the staff members of your organisation in rescue training.

Rescue from Drowning, Rescue from Fire, Rescue from Height in case of earthquake or tremor, Rescue in case trapped during Height work, Rescue from Confined work area are to be given importance while giving training.

In the first hour of training itself you must reiterate all the staff that in case of any emergency, they have to call the appropriate people and convey the nature of occurrence, place of incident, name and details of the victim to be rescued, and other relevant details to be conveyed without creating any panic in the incidence place.

Personnel Suspended Work Platform (Emergency Man Basket) must be made readily available in worksite to use it during the Height work Rescue process.
10th August 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Mr. Bhuvaneshwaran
First of all thanks for spending your valuable time in replying to my query.
My query was not about conducting a Mock Drill... Our organization wishes to impart training to about 15 persons to make 3 rescue teams... Thereafter ensuring the availability of these trained rescuers in each shift, so that they can deal with any emergency whether it's occuring while working at height or while doing work inside confined space... We are looking for an organization who can impart professional training to these people to make them perfect rescuer...
Your attachment was mentioning what I meant, Rescue team (Page No:2, Rescue team went on walk way slab in man basket with the help of crane)... So I want to make a perfect trained rescue team in my organization...
However will give you call and will discuss more on the topic...
10th August 2011 From India
Dear Mr. Bhaskar
Thank you very much for coming up with your advice on this topic...
I think among the links you provided ADRA India can help me... I have already send them a query... Lets wait for the reply, tomorrow I will talk with them also...
Presently as per our On Site Emergency Plan any kind of emergency situations are dealing by the Security Peoples (Ex-servicemen normally)... But they are not so aware to use the modern Rescue Equipments available at site... I think if we give a professional training of three days or even one week, they can give us good results...
Use of rescue arragements like ascender, descender, tripod, etc. if we use at right time and in right manner can save the precious human life...
Once again thanks a lot for your inputs...
10th August 2011 From India
Dear Dipil, In Malaysia we normally engage the services of the Fire & Rescue Department. They have the necessary equipment and the personnel with the most experience to give this kind of training.
12th August 2011 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Dear Mr. Dipil
Please check https://www.citehr.com/355746-first-aid-trainings.html post. The poster is a ex-navy person from Medical Background. He is imparting training in first aid and rescue operations. You can contact him and discuss your issues. Hope he can guide you as per your requirement.
12th August 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Mr. Bhaskar
Thanks a lot for your helping mentality...
Let's wait to hear from Mr. R.P Singh...
In the mean time I have contacted ADRA India... The mail send to the mail id mentioned in the website not delivering and nobody is answering to the call on the mentioned number...
Ihave registered a query in the website... Now let's see whether will get any reply or not...
12th August 2011 From India
Dear Dipil,

Assess and list the types of rescue training you may require. Since training for one type of rescue may not suit another, industrial rescue team should be trained for rescue in all the emergencies foreseen.

For example confined space rescue may be different from a cave in situation or rescue from water. The equipment used also differs from one situation to another. There may be very many types of rescue titles to list.

Rope Rescue, Fall protection rescue, Confined Space Rescue, Trench Rescue, Structural Collapse, Tower Rescue, Water Rescue and Team Building, Hazardous Material –Rescue’ Flood rescue, Earth Quake rescue, Land slide rescue Fire rescue, Ocean rescue, Hostage rescue, Mine rescue, Mountain rescue, Home emergency rescue, Multi-storied building rescue Cave rescue, Deep well rescue, Rescue from road and rail accidents, Rescue from toxic chemicals exposure, and so on the list is too long.

In India there is not a single private source who can give you training in all types of rescue systems.

My advice is; if military/Air force units are there nearby your place approach their commandants and seek help from them. I am sure they will be happy to take up such training for free. In fact it will be considered as a privilege by the officer.

There will be District Fire stations near by your place. Just approach them and they will be happy to give you training free of cost. Only thing they will advice your trainees to wear appropriate uniform including prescribed PT shoes for the training.

While working in India I have made use of services from both Air force and District Fire Department for training my employees. Most safety people may not know that they are in fact waiting for someone to approach them for such services which will be feather on their caps.

After completing their training with them if you still have some items left kindly post it I may be able to help further.

Regards,
Kesava Pillai
13th August 2011 From India, Kollam
Dear Sir
Thanks for your advice... Let me put this proposal in front of my management... If they giving approval for the same, surely I will co-ordinate to conduct this training...
Thanks once again for a detailed reply and for your advice...
13th August 2011 From India
Dear Dipil, Kesava Pillai has echoed the same approach I normally take. Get people who are trained for these type of jobs to do your training.
14th August 2011 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
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