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The purpose of this five-day* course is to meet the requirements for a surface mine search and rescue team. Teams capable of providing rescue services at these locations must be able to access and remove patients from a variety of hazardous settings including confined spaces, elevated areas, haul trucks, and dumps.
This program develops the technical and safety skills required by surface mine rescue teams. This includes initiating an emergency response, establishing a command structure, sizing-up hazards, ensuring the team safety, and accessing/transporting the patient(s).
* The scope, length, and content of this training may vary based upon sitespecific conditions, including the student’s current skill levels. Students attending this class must have previously completed confined space and fall protection safety training.
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