Bad customer service, unruly guests and dysfunctional employee-owner
dynamics are all caught by host Shane Green on multiple cameras.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Resort Rescue - Confined space rescue - Netflix
Confined space rescue is a subset of technical rescue operations that
involves the rescue and recovery of victims trapped in a confined space
or in a place only accessible through confined spaces, such as
underground vaults, storage silos, storage tanks, or sewers.
Confined space rescues can be technically challenging due to the
environment in which they occur. Confined spaces are often narrow and
constricting preventing easy access by rescuers. They are usually either
unlit or poorly lit so rescuers must provide their own light source.
Finally, confined spaces often contain hazardous materials in liquid or
gas form which can be harmful or fatal to humans. These hazards can be
fatal as they create a limited window in which to perform a rescue. The
general rule is that after four minutes without oxygen, a person in a
confined space will likely suffer asphyxia resulting in either brain
damage or death. The urgent need to rescue someone from a confined space
often leads to ill-prepared rescue attempts. Two-thirds of all of deaths
occurring in confined spaces are attributed to persons attempting to
rescue someone else.
Resort Rescue - Confined space rescue categories - Netflix
There are three categories of confined space rescue: self rescue,
non-entry rescue and entry rescue.
Resort Rescue - References - Netflix