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

Upcoming Conferences

Our CEO, Jim Johnson, will be presenting at the Southern Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Conference. The presentation is titled, “The Duty to Have Fall Protection: Ten Key Elements of an Effective Program” and it is scheduled for Thursday, October 13, from 3:10-4:40 p.m.

The conference will run from October 11 until the 13th and will be held at the Ashland Hills Hotel and Suites. If you are interested in learning more about this event, click here.

Mr. Johnson will also be speaking on confined space rescue at the Oregon Governor’s Safety and Health Conference in Portland, Oregon in March, 2017. Although the exact ime of his presentation has not been dtermined, the conference itself runs from March 6 – 9, 2017 at the Oregon Convention Center. Here is a link if you’d like more information.

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 has completed (or is in the process of completing) several high-visibility projects. Here are a few examples:

  • Similar to last year, we will be providing Rope Access Consulting and Training for the Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C.
  • We were awarded a contract to provide a second year of training for all three of the US Coast Guard’s National Strike Force Teams in Confined Space Safety and Rescue.
  • One of our largest technical rescue training projects in our company’s history was finished last spring. About 40 firefighters with the Warwick (Rhode Island) Fire Department completed technician-level rope rescue training for towers, confined space, and related NFPA technical rescue disciplines.
  • We worked on several rescue projects for Intel in Arizona. We trained their emergency responders in confined space and provided rescue technician standby services during several of their tank entries.