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The Operational Rescuer Course aims to train professionals to act in emergency situations, carrying out rescues in different environments and conditions. Some of the...


Technical Name: Training Course Basic Notions of Rescuers Operational Level at Height and Confined Space Taught in English - Intermediate Level NBR 16710-1

How is the Operational Rescuer Course?
The Operational Rescuer Course aims to train professionals to act in emergency situations, carrying out rescues in different environments and conditions. Some of the topics covered in the course are: rescue techniques at heights, in confined spaces, in aquatic environments, in fire scenarios, among others, meeting the minimum requirements of the NBR 16710 standard.

What is the definition of Evacuation, according to NBR 16710?
Process of urgent removal of people to a safe place, whose life or physical integrity may be threatened as a result of emergency work at heights and/or in confined spaces, through the use of pre-engineering techniques, previously selected equipment and systems, -assembled or automatic.

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Normative Program Content

Official Regulatory Norms and applicable Brazilian Norms;
Security principles of a rescue operation;
Identification of risks associated with a rescue operation;
Assessment of risk x benefit in a rescue operation;
Elaboration of pre-plans for rescue at height and/or in confined spaces;
Standard operating protocols; organization of rescue teams, assigning roles and responsibilities to the components;
General notions about incident command system;
General knowledge about the use of a communications plan for rescue operations, as well as the use of different means of communication and the use of terminology used as standard language for emergencies;
Certification of rescue equipment and systems;
Selection and correct use of the following personal rescue equipment:
Harness, Slings or lanyards, Connectors, Helmet, Gloves, Descender, Lifts, Fall arresters, Stirrup;
Installation and operation of pre-engineered rescue or evacuation systems;
Selection and correct use of the following collective rescue equipment:
Ropes, Slings, Ring, Ribbons or anchoring beads, Connectors, Pulleys, Blockers, Stretchers, Tripod, Descenders, Lifts;
Assembly of the main stringing knots used in rescues (blocking, finishing, splicing, anchoring and securing);
Assembly of simple, semi-equalized, equalized anchorages, splits and deviations with stringing knots;
Effect of angles formed by anchorages on load distribution;
Assembly and operation of simple, composite and combined mechanical advantage systems (block);
Performance limits of rope progression equipment used in victim rescues;
Pre-use and periodic inspections of individual and collective rescue equipment used;
Identification of conditions of operational readiness or damage, defects and wear and tear for refusal of equipment that has been disapproved according to the manufacturers’ instructions;
Maintenance methods, cleaning. packaging and transport of rescue equipment;
Conceptualization of the shock force generated by arresting a fall from a height;
Fall factor concept;
How inert suspension trauma develops and its main therapeutic measures;
Use of available means of communication, as well as use of terminology used as standard language for emergencies;
Use and installation of movable textile or metallic anchoring devices, with or without mechanical or chemical fasteners;
Conceptualization of rope vertical progression techniques for rescues;
Execution of rope progression techniques in rescues for ascent, descent, passage of fractions, deviations and knots;
Execution of descent techniques on tensioned ropes;
Execution of progression techniques on horizontal and inclined ziplines;
Use of means of fortune applied to rope rescue techniques;
Execution of rescue techniques with progression by rope for descent with victims, with passage of fractions. of deviations and of knots;
Execution of rescue techniques with rope progression to move the victim downwards or upwards; Execution of rescue techniques with rope progression to unblock victims suspended from descenders, lifts or personal fall protection systems;
Know the different types of vertical transport stretchers, as well as their compatibility with the type of operation or victim’s injury;
Techniques for immobilizing victims on stretchers, with or without the use of spine or limb immobilizers;
Techniques for vertical movement of victims at heights or in confined spaces using pre-engineered rescue and evacuation systems or simple mechanical advantage systems;
Assembly and operation of vertical and horizontal movement systems for stretchers on tensioned ropes (tyrolin) horizontally, diagonally and crosswise;
Basic stretcher handling techniques (vertical, horizontal and land);
Technical factors that affect the efficiency of a rope and/or confined space rescue, (for example: performance, speed, range, duration, weather conditions, confined space environment, rescuer, etc.);
Techniques for the use of respiratory protection equipment applied for rescue.
Source: NBR 16710

Rules and Regulations

ABNT NBR 16710-1 – Resgate técnico industrial em altura e/ou em espaço confinado – Parte 1: Diretrizes para a qualificação do profissional – (Industrial technical rescue at height and/or in confined space – Part 1: Guidelines for professional qualification);
ABNT NBR 16710-2 – Resgate técnico industrial em altura e/ou em espaço confinado – Parte 2: Requisitos para provedores de treinamento e instrutores para a qualificação do profissional – (Industrial technical rescue at height and/or in confined space – Part 2: Requirements for training providers and instructors for professional qualification);
ABNT NBR 15219 – Plano de emergência – Requisitos e procedimentos – (Emergency plan – Requirements and procedures);
ABNT  NBR 16489 – Sistemas e equipamentos de proteção individual para trabalhos em altura — Recomendações e orientações para seleção, uso e manutenção – (Personal protective equipment and systems for working at heights — Recommendations and guidelines for selection, use and maintenance);
ABNT NBR 14277 – Instalações e equipamentos para treinamento de combate a incêndio – Requisitos – (Installations and equipment for fire fighting training – Requirements);
ABNT NBR ISO/CIE 8995 – Iluminação de ambientes de trabalho – (Lighting of work environments);
Norma Regulamentadora NR 01 – Disposições Gerais e Gerenciamento de Riscos Ocupacionais – (General Provisions and Occupational Risk Management);
Norma Regulamentadora NR 10 – Segurança em Instalações e Serviços em Eletricidade – (Safety in Electricity Facilities and Services);
Norma Regulamentadora NR 33 – Segurança e Saúde no Trabalhos em Espaços Confinados – (Safety and Health at Work in Confined Spaces);
Norma Regulamentadora NR 34 – Condições e meio ambiente de trabalho na indústria da construção, reparação e desmonte naval – (Working conditions and environment in the shipbuilding, repair and dismantling industry);
Norma Regulamentadora NR 35 – Trabalho em Altura – (Work at height);


We consider it important to have flexibility to modify the General Normative Programmatic Content of any Course, Training, Technical Report, Projects and other services, if deemed necessary. These changes may include: Updates, Additions or Deletions.
Our Pedagogical and Multidisciplinary Team has the right to make these changes. This right extends to:
- alteration of items of the normative scope;
- Insertion of new Norms, Laws, Decrees or technical parameters;
- Exclusion of Standards, Laws, Decrees or existing technical parameters.
While it is our responsibility to update the Program Regulatory Content, we expect the contractor (individual or organization) to acquire all relevant related legislation. Therefore, contractors must carry out the necessary applications and services in accordance with the relevant laws and decrees.
NOTE: In accordance with the Rules and Regulations, their modifications and replacements may undergo changes until the present data.

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Our Courses Include: Pedagogical Project, Monitored Platform with Access Control and 04 PLH Technical Managers.

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