Height, Confined Space Rescue:
Confined Space Rescue Equipment Checklist

All About Lifting & Safety provides you with confined space equipment to successfully carry out a rescue and also the proven expertise to assist and support you with a confined space rescue equipment checklist. When your team enters a confined space, our equipment can help keep, and get you out, safe and sound.

Confined Space Equipment

When working in a confined space, the safest and most reliable equipment is needed. Equipment must be durable, flexible to meet the size of entry and exit locations, and also strong to manage unexpected changes in the situation and the confined space environment.

Confined Space Rescue Equipment Checklist

Here is a confined space rescue equipment checklist showing key equipment your team may need. You can find a lot of this equipment and the expert know-how at All About Lifting & Safety.

  • Tripod with winch or pulley system and fall arrestor
  • Full body harness
  • Toxic gas metre & air ventilation system
  • Life line (rope)
  • Communication devices
  • Safety boots
  • Helmet, headlamp, and torch
  • Ear and eye protection
  • First-aid kit
  • Moveable fences, traffic cones, and other signage as required.

Please note your confined space rescue equipment checklist may vary depending on your specific location and work, so make sure you speak to All About Lifting & Safety for expert advice.

When selecting your safety equipment, inspect the equipment to verify that it meets safety regulations. Not sure if the safety of your equipment meets your needs? Want a second opinion? Call our experts at All About Lifting & Safety for an inspection to ensure your equipment is ready to rescue.

Safety Tips

During a confined space rescue, it is important to monitor the health and well-being of those entering and exiting. Our top 3 safety tips should be reviewed regularly to optimise your success.

Be ready to rescue

Be ready to rescue.
Always assume that a confined space can turn unsafe at a moment’s notice. Ensuring your team has an exit/rescue strategy at all points can reduce the chance of an injury.

Isolate the confined space

Isolate the confined space.
Eliminate the chance of additional factors affecting the area by isolating the confined space. Do not hesitate to reach out for assistance from a third party so your team can focus on the rescue.

Keep contact at all times

Keep contact at all times.
During entry, discovery, and exit, always maintain contact with the entire team. All team members should be kep appraised of the situation and their responsibilities.

To ensure your confined space rescue equipment checklist is up to scratch, contact All About Lifting & Safety today. We can also help you out with high quality confined space equipment.