The Engenda Group is launching a new company that will deliver confined space and height rescue services and training.
The new business, called Column Rescue, will operate under the Engenda brand from a £50,000 purpose-built training centre of excellence situated in Hixon, Staffordshire.
It will provide training and rescue support for plant workers operating in the oil and gas, power, chemical, manufacturing and infrastructure sectors, as well as those in the emergency services.
Column Rescue will reportedly complement the work carried out by fellow group company and column turnaround specialist DTEC Site Services. It is also being delivered as a standalone service and has been contracted to major blue-chip companies across several UK sites in the upstream and downstream refining sector.