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Confined Space Rescue Stand-by Service

Well-meaning workers trying to save their peers account for 60% of confined space fatalities. Don't risk letting one of your workers add to that statistic. Instead, lean on First Choice Safety for all of your confined space needs, including assessments, training, and rescue teams. It's a common myth that local Fire Departments will provide this service - but very few are trained in Confined Space Entry and even fewer provide Standby Rescue services for industries. You need a team that can support you, comprised of experienced professionals. You need First Choice Safety Solutions.


  • Confined space assessments
  • Confined space identification
  • Rope Access / Rescue
  • Excavation / Trench Rescue
  • Safety Briefing & Planning Meeting assistance
  • Confined Space Rescue in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 & 1926.1204
  • Rescue Plan documentation
  • Medically trained personnel (First Aid/ CPR, & EMT)

first class team to meet your needs


Experts in rescue, Let our safety-conscious technicians show you why our rescue services set the bar in OSHA-compliant Confined Space Rescue Stand-By Service.

Our trained, safety-focused professionals not only understand the need for immediate action in emergency situations but also prioritize proactive risk mitigation.

Our Technical Rescue Teams reputation stands as a testament to our credible experience, dedication and professionalism. Bringing together a blend of active and retired firefighters and emergency medical professionals with decades of experience in municipal and private sector emergency response, including roles as Sector Managers, Company Officers, Firefighters, and Rescue Technicians, they offer comprehensive, dependable, and responsive services to every client.

When it comes to compliance, our extensive expertise and the capabilities of our team guarantee that you are not just meeting standards but surpassing them. More than that, we aim to provide peace of mind with our services, ensuring that if the need for rescue arises, you will have the very best support available.

We operate under a "rescue prevention" ethos. From the moment we begin our partnership with a client, our focus is on mitigating risk and avoiding accidents before they happen. We view safety as a collaborative effort, a partnership involving the company that engages our services, the workers whose safety we are entrusted with, and our dedicated employees.

Equipped with top-tier rescue equipment, we bring compliance to your doorstep. More than that, we provide expert assessment, evaluation, and thorough rescue pre-planning of work activities. In every facet of our services, we aim to offer rescue and a strategic safety partnership. With us by your side, you can rest assured that safety is never compromised.


Confined Spaces Are Too Dangerous to Overlook

When it comes to confined space safety, relying on the 9-11, emergency phone number does not meet OSHA compliance and is simply unacceptable. The rescue of an incapacitated confined space worker must be ensured, either through the use of a trained, in-house rescue team or by relying on an outside rescue organization.

First Choice Safety Solutions has a certified confined space rescue team with decades of industrial and municipal rescue experience. If your facility requires occasional or regular confined space work, you can rest easy knowing that First Choice Safety Solutions can meet all of your needs.


Types of confined spaces for fatal occupational injuries
2011 - 2018

Pie Chart Fatalities Graphic

Based on the BLS Occupational Injury & Illness Classification System (OIICS) 2.01 implemented for 2011 data forward.  More on OIICS can be found at

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Confined Space Incidents are Deadlier than you think

According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), around 2.1 million workers enter permit-required confined spaces annually in the United States.

Additionally, the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) reports that from 2011 to 2018, 1,030 workers died from occupational injuries involving a confined space.

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