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Emergency response and rescue personnel perform the critical role of protecting people and assets before, during and after crises occur (such as manmade or natural disasters).
Their responsibilities include developing emergency response procedures, testing these procedures, conducting training exercises, planning and coordinating on-the-ground efforts during emergencies and assisting with recovery efforts.
This is a picture of Pinnacle Safety and Training team members testing a rescue plan we developed late last year for a large building material supplier.
In this scenario, our team was rescuing an ‘injured’ worker from inside a mill, which had limited and challenging access.
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I’ve just completed a combined Working at Heights & Confined Space tickets. Extensive theory process online and very informative. Practical training and test was well presented, Peter was an awesome teacher, made the course run smooth and easy. Excellent training facility, would definitely go back for more training and recommend Pinnacle Safety and Training.