||This course is designed to help fire service organizations meet the demands general industry has concerning confined space entry and rescue. General industry has been under pressure to comply with federal regulations established in OSHA’s standard Permit-Required Confined Spaces for General Industry, 29 CFR 1910.146. This standard either requires general industry to develop a rescue team within the organization, or to have a written agreement with an outside organization who will respond to the industrial site within specific time frames to perform rescue functions. This course will address lock-out/tag-out, ventilation, air monitoring, protective clothing, rescue equipment, patient packaging, patient removal from confined spaces, and supplied air breathing apparatus. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exams at Level I and Level II as well as practical skills testing to receive a certificate.