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Successful ERT Teams

Successful ERT Teams

Check the credentials of your rescue team

Members of an emergency response team will always display a vast range of qualities in order to maintain the highest level of site-safety.

Standby responders will display qualities such as:

  • Clear evidence demonstrating they have previously provided this level of emergency response
  • Ability to demonstrate a willingness to challenge
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills (communicating health and safety and rescue related issues)
  • Honesty, enthusiasm and trustworthiness
  • Ability to demonstrate the team’s capabilities at all levels of emergency provision
  • An approachable nature and willingness to develop positive relationships
  • Promotion of positive safety
  • Maintenance of professional standards at all times
Your rescue team | Check their credentials - do they provide added-value site-safety services & hold positive safety conversations with contactors
Successful rescue team projects delivered

“HFR Solutions provided our cement plant with first aid cover and rescue services including a site vehicle complete with various pieces of rescue equipment during a 4-week major overhaul of our Kiln 2, this included advice regarding our current safe systems of work and assistance with the emergency rescue plans required for our confined spaces. The team provided hourly site safety walk arounds with feedback into the daily meetings including two confined space rescue demonstrations.”

Stuart Blackburn, Maintenance Planning Administrator

 Delivering an emergency response solution tailored to your business and site

HFR Solutions have successfully deployed standby rescue teams for various projects and industries, these include:

  • Our standby responders always display various qualities to maintain site safety Chemical and petrochemical
  • Events
  • High-risk and heavy industries
  • Infrastructure
  • Power stations and generation
  • Silo maintenance
  • Steel manufacture and production
  • Site shutdown and outages
  • Tunnelling
  • Waste and recycling