How do you select a group of people that will hold your life in their hands.... 

CAREFULLY thats how.

Planning work in confined spaces

Understanding and implementing the safety requirements required by the Confined Space Safety Regulations 1997 can seem somewhat challenging if it is not something you regularly encounter, this is where ResQsupport can help. Our consultancy and support will help you create robust and resilient Risk Assessment Method Statements (RAMS) and any other required documentation. This will ensure work carried out within a confined space is adequately planned, controlled, supervised and has all the required equipment and trained personnel to ensure the work is completed safely.

Knowing what to do if something goes wrong

The Confined Space Safety Regulations Approved Code Of Practice (ACOP) L101 lists Specified Risks associated with confined spaces. However, the most common issues arise not from the confined space, but from the workers within it experiencing ill health from medical conditions or as a result of an injury from the work carried out. Knowing how to monitor these and other specified risks is critical to safe working practice. ResQsupport will integrate with your work teams to create a safety synergy that maximises workflow.

Maintaining records

We ensure good practice by maintaining records of confined space entry and its entrants including equipment used and RAMS for a period of 5 years after a task has been completed. As part of our ISO accreditation process we have made as much of these record systems paperless to ensure our commitment to mitigating our carbon footprint is maintained. All records are maintained securely and meet all Data Protection GDPR requirements. In essence, we hold the records so you don't have too.


We have a great relationship for safety and quality with our clients. We will happily let them tell you about us.



Our staff are trained to City and Guilds standard for Confined Space Rescue and every team member has advanced first aid skills. We conduct regular training to ensure our competence



We hold ISO 9001, 14001 &45001 certification and are committed to quality and excellence.  



We check our staff using the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to ensure they have a clear criminal background.



In an emergency experience counts, our rescue teams have operational experience of real rescues gained working in the fire and emergency services.



Ensuring that we meet industry & legal requirements is essential, this is why we subscribe to the ISN networld & Achillies contractor verification schemes