During an emergency, speed and safety are your primary concerns and decisions must be made quickly. There is no room for error. DBI-SALA Confined Space and Rescue Systems provide you with the confidence to handle emergencies in a confined space.
The mechanical device is one of the most critical parts of the Confined Space Rescue System. It provides the means to retrieve an incapacitated worker. Lifeline type and length are just a few of the options. In some situations, a secondary or back-up system is required.
Confined Space Systems have to be built to stand up to the harshest environments. Components must be designed from quality materials strong enough to endure rough use and exposure to the elements.
The Confined Space Rescue System should be adjustable, readily adapting to extreme environments and uneven terrain. A modular design is also helpful, allowing you to add-on to the system.
The system you choose must be rated for the application you plan on using it for, such as fall arrest, rescue, man-riding or material handling. Choose a system that has been designed to maximize strength and minimize weight.
The portability of a Confined Space Rescue System is an important factor. It must be lightweight, easy to transport, set-up and store.
Remember, in an emergency situation, every second counts.