A little bit of planning can save a whole lot of time – especially when it comes to preplanning for rescue or self-rescue. For example, with minimal workforce and remote locations, it’s imperative to pre-rig rescue systems prior to the start of any work at height. Many emergency response agencies that respond to remote locations are simply not trained or equipped to respond to the kinds of rescues encountered by utility workers.
This 16-hour course is focused on emergency lowering procedures from the top of transformers, especially in remote locations where there is a limited 911 response. Ensure your personnel are prepared to take immediate action should the need arise.