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Code Red Safety rescue

Providing safety services since 1995.

Industries We Service

  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Refineries
  • Warehousing
  • Mines/MSHA
  • Petrochemical
  • Power Generation
  • Off-shore Services
  • Crane Operations
  • Tank Cleaning Operations
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High Angle Rescue Services

High Angle Rescue is a specialized skill that utilizes life safety ropes and related equipment to reach victims, extricate them and bring them to safety.

Code Red Safety, (CRS), offers high angle rescue teams trained to NFPA and OSHAS standards. CRS has offered confined space and high angle rescue since 1995 and continues to lead the industry in offering experienced and highly trained high angle rescue personnel.

Our high angle rescue techs are trained to the standards listed below:

  • NFPA 1670 2009 details standards on operations and training for technical search and rescue incidents
  • NFPA 1006 2008 lists standards for rescue technician professional qualifications
  • NFPA 1983 2006 is the standard on equipment for rescue and emergency services
  • 29 CFR 1910.146 paragraphs K and L

These standards cover all aspects of technical high angle rescue including training, qualification, equipments and requirements.

In addition our high angle rescue crews are trained in:

  • OSHA 10
  • Hazwoper 40
  • 1st Aid/CPR
  • Confined space entry
  • Fall protection

By using Code Red Safety you can be assured that your employees will be safe and secure should anything happen while working at heights, no matter whether it´s a wind tower, cat cracker, distillation unit, or blast furnace our high angle rescue teams have done it all!

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As mentioned above Code Red Safety´s high angle rescue personnel have extensive experience in all heavy industries, before our techs get to work for customers they must spend 3 months in the field as the 3rd or 4th member of a high angle rescue team. This ensures not only do they have the training but they also have significant experience before working directly for any customer.

For our lead high angle rescue techs they must have 1 year experience and an additional 40 hours of rope rescue training at a minimum to qualify to be a lead tech. Our lead techs average 5+ years experience, so you know your employees are in the best of hands.

Whether a rescue needs to be made 150 feet down an embankment or 20 feet into a confined space, Code Red Safety Rescue members receive advanced training in rope rescue operations.

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