Globally certified. Locally accessible.
Confined space rescue training
Equip your emergency response team with the knowledge and skills to carry out confined space rescue. Tailored for your workplace. HRD Corp claimable.
Trainings designed by ASEC trainers certified in
Incident Command System by the Emergency Management Institute, FEMA, US
Master’s of Emergency Response & Planning at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (Pro Board)
ASEC is designated as
TOP 20 HRDF Training Provider with 5 stars excellence in delivery in 2017
Confined space rescue can save lives
Provide immediate help when incidents happen in a confined space.
Motivating & Inspiring
Confidence is crucial in acting fast with the right approach in face of an emergency.
Engaging & Realistic
Actionable skills are taught through theories, practical, and mock drills.
ASEC’s trainers are qualified and continuously improved to deliver effective training.
There is no one-size-fits-all. The curriculum can be tailored to your workplace and needs.
Confined space rescue training conducted by ASEC
For organizations that value the employees’ preparedness in facing possible crises involving confined spaces.
Professional confined space rescue trainers
Our training obtains an average of 4.9 stars out of 5 on Google Review.
Mr. Wong Wee Zhee
Mr. Muhammad Zharif Akmal bin Md Zakki
Mr. Nur Syahril Izwan bin Rameli
Mr. Muhammad Muazzam Bin Jamaluddin
Training modules of Confined Space Rescue Training
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|Components / Training courses||Operation
(For standard entry)
(For non-standard entry)
|Laws & regulations||✔||✔|
|Incident Command Structure (ICS)||✔||✔|
|Phase 1: Rescue Preparation||Information gathering and preplanning||✔||✔|
|Risk management analysis||✔||✔|
|Confined space preplans||✔||✔|
|Phase 2: Emergency Response||Command structure||✔||✔|
|Initial scene assessment||✔||✔|
|Tactical worksheet & accountability systems||✔||✔|
|Incident Action Plan (IAP)||✔||✔|
|ICS form introduction||✔||✔|
|Operational control zones||✔||✔|
|Phase 3 : Entry and Tactical Operation||Roles & responsibilities||✔||✔|
|LAST & AVPU||✔||✔|
|Low and high angle rescue consideration||✔||✔|
|Tactical operation for confine space rescue||✔||✔|
|Phase 4 : Termination||Debriefing & critique||✔||✔|
|Rescue equipment & maintenance||System checks for equipment||✔||✔|
|Personal protective equipment (PPE)||✔||✔|
|Knot and hitch||✔||✔|
|Basic life support||✔||✔|
|Lowering and belay||✔||✔|
|Hazardous material monitoring||-||✔|
|Simulation||Lowering rescuer with communication||✔||✔|
|Lowering rescuer to perform pick off||✔||✔|
|Lowering rescuer and hauling victim (low angle)||✔||✔|
|Lowering rescuer and hauling victim (high angle)||✔||✔|
|Lowering victim with vertical and horizontal litter (high angle)||✔||✔|
|Scenario-based learning practical||Low angle rope rescue (full scale)||-||✔|
|Non-entry rescue (full scale)||-||✔|
|High angle rope rescue (full scale)||-||✔|
|Confine space rescue case 1 (full scale)||-||✔|
|Confine space rescue case 2 (full scale) (SCBA/SAR)||-||✔|
|Scenario-based drill||Low angle (full scale) + ICS||-||✔|
|High angle (full scale) + ICS||-||✔|
|Confine space (full scale) + ICS||-||✔|
Confined space rescue Conducted At Your Workplace
For organizations that value emergency preparedness for employees working in confined spaces.