Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training

Course Description

Over a 15 year period, 18 deaths occurred in confined spaces according to WorkSafe BC statistics. Our intense, 1 day course meets the training requirements for employees to enter identified confined spaces. Successfully passing an open book test with 80% equates to a valid 3 year wallet card. This onsite course is designed to provide supervisors, entrants, and attendants with the knowledge required to understand confined spaces so they can plan and carry out necessary work safely.

Audience

Our course is designed to provide supervisors, entrants, and attendants with the knowledge required to understand confined spaces so that work can be successfully planned and carried out safely.  

Goal

Confined space work involves some of the most critical hazards in workplaces today. Failure to identify a confined space, properly assess the hazards in these spaces, and create a space-specific plan prior to entry, can lead to catastrophic loss. 

Objectives
  1. Understanding of what is a confined space. 
  2. Knowledge of Legislation and due diligence. 
  3. Knowledge of Confined Space Hazards and Hazard Controls. 
  4. Knowledge of Confined Space Permit. 
  5. Knowledge of when to have an Emergency/Rescue Plan. 
Topics
  • Safety Introduction
  • Typical Hazards, Controls and PPE
  • Confined Space Permits
  • Monitoring Someone Working in a Confined Space
  • Principles and Critical Steps in a Confined Space Rescue
Prerequisites

Confined Space Awareness Recommended 

Onsite Training 1 day

Open Learning Classes

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Confined Space Entry & Monitoring

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Instructor-Led Training

If you would like to arrange onsite instructor-led Confined Space training for your staff, please call us at 604.795.9595 or fill out the form below. One of our administrators will be glad to arrange an onsite instructor-led session for up to 15 people.