D2000 Safety: Leaders in Safety and Rescue Training for High-Hazard Environments

Located in Eugene, Oregon, D2000 has provided safety and rescue training for workers in high-hazard environments for twenty years.

Our areas of safety specialty include: confined space, fall protection, excavation/trench, forklift, and supported scaffolds.

In rescue we specialize in: confined space rescue, tower rescue, trench rescue, surface mines, and technical rescue for fire departments.

Our programs are tailored to reflect regulatory requirements (e.g., OSHA, NFPA, ANSI, EM-385-1-1, DOD, DOE) as applicable and we are an authorized provider of IACET CEUs. All curricula design and delivery reflect the ANSI/IACET – 1 2007 and ANSI Z490.1 2009 Standards.


D2000 Safety's EXCavation Inspection Mobile APP


Recent News

2016 Cascade Safety and Health Conference

2016 Cascade OSH ConferenceTwo of our instructors, Doug Caven and Bruce Hulberg, will be presenting at this bi-annual safety conference in Eugene, Oregon on March 8-9, 2016. They will be speaking on electrical and forklift safety. If you are interested in learning more about this event, click here.

Excavation Safety App

We have released our updated excavation inspection app: EXCavation Inspect which is now available for Android and Apple devices. This app helps a competent person inspect a trench or excavation to make sure that it complies with OSHA requirements. For more information, click here.

Completed Rescue Training Projects

Our rescue division, under the management of Pat Rhodes, closed out a good year by completing several high-visibility projects. Here are a few examples:

  • Providing Rope Access Consulting and Training for the Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C.
  • Training all three of the US Coast Guard’s National Strike Force Teams in Confined Space Safety and Rescue.
  • Providing technician-level trench rescue training to the Bismarck North Dakota Fire Department.
  • Working with Boston Fire on advanced technical rope rescue.
  • Conducting an advanced rope rescue workshop at the Mississippi State Fire Academy.