ENTRY INTO ENCLOSED SPACES — PART 5 — EMERGENCY PROCEDURES AND RESCUE (VIDEO)
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This is a training video supplementing the booklet for the part five of the Entry Into Enclosed Spaces series and this part is dealing with the emergency procedures and rescue. Of all the hazards faced by seafarers, enclosed spaces are maybe the most deadly because in most cases entry procedures are not been properly followed and the consequences are normally fatal.
Of the majority of people who died is not those who first entered the space and then get into the difficulty; it is those who attend to rescue them. They die because they are not trained; because instinct takes over and becomes more powerful that the knowledge gained from training. They die because instinct kills. An emergency rescue has to be carried out by people who know exactly what they are doing, and success is easily measured - the people they are taking out of the enclosed space are either alive or not.
What often makes the difference is the degree of planning and preparation that should take place days, weeks and months before. Recognition that the provision of the safety in the enclosed spaces requires proper management plan... The video supplements this training booklet. And the other four parts of the series cover Awareness, Preparation and Procedures, and Equipment, and Enclosed Space Entry itself.
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