Benefits of On-Site Pole Top Rescue Training

Rescue training is important for many lines of work and for many normal work situations that may someday need a less than routine rescue in the event of an accident or workplace emergency. Here are some things to know about onsite pole top rescue training:


  • Keeps managers and employers from paying for travel to training locations
  • Allow all team members the chance to attend training sessions
  • Improves learning by preserving team cohesion and workplace communication
  • Allow real-life scenarios with the actual layout and features, not stand in props
  • Evaluate the reliability and adequacy of on-site equipment
  • Take onsite real world scenario questions for improved response in a crisis


  • All classes are customized to fit the location, industry, and worker needs
  • Able to analyze current training and education level and work from there
  • Curriculum can be compliant to OSHA, NFPA, or other standards if required
  • Can be made into in-depth or speed courses depending on training needs
  • Curriculum made from experienced rescue workers who have been there done that


  • Dependent on number of students who will need to be trained
  • Based off number of instructors needed to handle class size
  • Topics desired and length of time spent on each
  • Location and how far instructors will need to travel
  • Specific equipment that may be required to be brought to the site
  • Number of sessions held in order to accommodate all interested employees


  • Power plants: specific in electrical hazard rescues
  • Industrial facilities: equipment and power supply focus options
  • Refineries: fire and chemical hazard rescue focus
  • Gas and Oil plants: chemical hazard, fire, spills, and containment training
  • Tanks: focuses on rescues from in and around tanks
  • Water towers: top and mid tower rescue training focus options
  • Cell and Data/ Radio Towers: electrical and elevated rescue training
  • Silos and Grain elevators: rescues from storage facilities
  • Confined Spaces: special needs and requirements for tight quarter rescues
  • Bridges: rescues from heights and suspended rescue position
  • Cliffs: deals with natural hazards during cliff and mountain rescues
  • Steep terrain: rescues from terrain ledges or vehicles trapped in steep terrain

Getting onsite pole top rescue training for your workers can be one of the best investments you make and though you hope they will never need to put what they learn into practice you will feel better knowing they will be prepared to handle an emergency should one arise. To find out more about pole top rescue training or our other training classes, contact us today!