Last Updated on 6 July 2024 by SA Safety

Confined Space Rescue Technician

Due to an expanding project portfolio SA Safety is now recruiting Confined Space Rescue Technicians for our technical rescue team. If you’re a skilled professional looking for a rewarding career with an agile, fast-growing organisation, we’re waiting to hear from you.

You’ll enjoy competitive remuneration, varied work, ongoing professional development, and flexible working. In the technical rescue team every day is different, so if you’d thrive in this rewarding role, get in touch!

Why join us as a confined space rescue technician?

Have you got what it takes to join us as a Confined Space Rescue Technician? Our highly qualified team members are ex-fire service, ex-military, or skilled rope access professionals.

At SA Safety we value our team and we’re proud to be a good place to work. Join us as a Confined Space Rescue Technician and you’ll find we take our team’s physical and mental well-being seriously. We offer a supportive work environment and ensure team members stay at the top of their game through ongoing CPD.

About the role

From our base in the southwest of England, we provide 24-hour standby and support rescue teams for major organisations in the industrial, utilities and defence sectors. As a Confined Space Rescue Technician in our technical rescue team you’ll be providing critical support and rescue services for customers at locations across the UK.


  • Performing all duties as assigned by the Rescue Team Manager.
  • Ensuring all appropriate personal protective equipment is worn at all times.
  • Ensuring all Risk Assessments and Method Statements are completed accurately and stored correctly.
  • Understanding of client work permits procedures.
  • Communicating effectively with our team members to ensure works are operating safely.
  • Always ensuring availability whilst on shift to affect a rescue.
  • Maintaining competence at rescue techniques and assist in rescues as directed.
  • Participating in required training and demonstrates a working understanding of safe working practices.
  • Ensuring their training accreditations are current and suitable for work undertaken.
  • Inspecting and verifying equipment prior to use.
  • Recognising worksite hazards and notifying the Rescue Team Lead of any unsafe conditions.
  • Actively participates in toolbox talks and practical demonstrations of rescue techniques.


What’s your next move?

We’re waiting to hear from you! If you’re a skilled professional looking for a rewarding career with an agile, fast-growing organisation and ready to embark on a rewarding career path with us, send your CV today or call for a chat about the role.

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