We help companies organize Safe Work Days, or so-called Safety Days. We can make such events more attractive by using our Mobile Training Center. It is adapted for training in safe work at height and in confined spaces.
What does our Mobile Training Center offer?
- The possibility of setting up a structure about 7m high, so you can train to work on ladders with or without a fixed belay system (rail or rope system). In addition, exercises are performed on moving on truss structures and evacuation from height.
- It is possible to unfold the confined space trainer, which consists of a tunnel mounted at different angles, so you can move in limited visibility and smoke conditions. In addition, the trainer also works with a safety tripod spread over a standard sewer manhole.
How much space does our Mobile Training Center need?
Depending on the training configuration, the minimum space is a square of:
- 10m x 5m in the case of an enclosed space trainer.
- 12m x 10m in the case of the safe working at height trainer
What topics do our trainers cover during the Safety Day event?
- The operation of harnesses, helmets and belay devices. They raise awareness of how PPE behaves during a fall or falling objects. To further illustrate this, participants are shown the drop of a dummy in a harness along with safety lines, as well as the drop of various objects on helmets and damage analysis.
- Methods of work ( support work, fall arrest, confined space work).
- Working in confined spaces (hazards, risk assessment, measures to reduce the likelihood of danger or eliminate it completely, testing the atmosphere with a multi-gas meter, procedures before entering the space).
- Evacuating an injured person from an enclosed space or from places such as elevations or hard-to-reach areas. Using devices such as a positioning rope, Milan HUB 2.0 or R550, and a tripod (tripod) with a CRW 200 device.
- Preparing, with the participation of a paramedic, a traumatized victim for evacuation in a stretcher from a confined space.
- Building workstations and anchoring equipment attachments.
- Reviewing equipment before use in 3 simple steps.
- Simple mechanical gain systems that we can use to transport a casualty in multiple directions (2:1, 3:1, Manual Handling).
- First aid for burns of various degrees (first aid exercises and hydrogel dressing application).
- First aid exercises after electrocution (use of AED).
- Manual handling or Manual Handling (discussion of injuries resulting from improper lifting of loads).
- Evacuation from the RTG – pulling out of the cabin and transporting the injured person to the ground (demonstration of evacuation equipment).
- Helmet drops, securing the work zone (securing tools when working at height).
- Drops of a dummy and measurement of forces occurring during a fall.
- Discussion of fall rate and hanging shock.
- Position building and discussion of anchoring devices in accordance with EN795 B.
Our Mobile Training Center is also used to train employees in GWO BST onshore.
Companies we worked with during the organization of Safety Days:
Contact the training department and we will prepare a customized offer for you.