Tundra Rescue provides unmatched excellence in confined space access and rescue. Our technicians are highly skilled professionals, comfortable and effective in challenging working conditions and high stress situations. They are well-equipped, trained to NFPA Standards, adhere to Provincial Regulations and are also certified by the Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians.
Our goal as a confined space rescue service is to provide more than just compliance. We build our rescue systems with the primary objective of optimizing the safety of the entrant. However, we also believe that a standby rescue team can offer significant project support, by designing and operating our rope system to facilitate and support the work or inspection being done in the confined space or difficult access areas. Our customers can expect more from Tundra Rescue than just a reliable rescue service. It is our approach to work as part of their team, looking out for their interests and doing what we can to assist them in meeting their organizational goals.
The Confined Space Safety services that we provide normally fall into either or both of these categories:
We provide safe, comfortable and efficient access to all confined spaces, in any setting. Implementing customized technical rope systems, we specialize in providing entry to and egress from adverse environments with challenging internal geometry.
Standby rescue, with contact rescue capability
In addition to facilitating access to confined spaces, our team is fully prepared to provide emergency client extraction and on-site trauma care. Our access system is installed with the express purpose of effective and timely evacuation from the confined space. With contact rescue capability, our on-site emergency responders have the capacity to enter the confined space, and retrieve a casualty from even the most dangerous environments. Every entry is preceded by the development of a custom rescue plan, enabling our standby team to function swiftly and effectively in an emergency situation.
Visit our Example Projects page for a sample of previous Tundra Rescue projects.