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Confined Space Safety for Entrants

Cost: $199 per student                                                                  Class Duration: 8 Hours

Who should take this class:

Workers involved with construction, heavy industry, emergency response or safety management that deal with work performed in or around confined spaces.

(Welders, Boiler makers, Pipe fitters, Ship builders, Inspectors, Construction Safety Officers, Con-Space Rescue Techs, Site Medics)

 

Description

Workers who are required to enter into, or work in proximity to, confined space should possess a thorough understanding of the hazards and risks inherent to these spaces. This safety training course begins by identifying the regulatory organizations that influence confined space safety and how these spaces are classified according to hazard ratings. The responsibilities to maintain safety in each type of space will be explained in detail, enabling workers to approach their tasks with an attitude of using safe work habits.

By reviewing case studies, students will examine and discuss historical incidents that have occurred in confined spaces in BC and how they might have been prevented. Hazard mitigation concepts such as atmospheric testing & monitoring, effective ventilation, and lock out procedures will be covered using a combination of class room work and practical hands-on skills.

In addition to the ensuring that safety concepts are practiced though practical skill application, students will also be presented with how to read, understand, and use proper documentation such as Hazard/Risk assessments, Work & Entry Permits, and Rescue Pre-Plans. All of which are necessary when entering into confined spaces.

Also covered in this course:

  • Care, use, and interpretation of atmospheric monitors.
  • Selection of Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Understanding how to meet compliance to applicable regulations.
  • Permit requirements, Hazard Assessments, Lock Out procedures.
  • Provisions for Rescue.

 

 Confined Space Standby Person Training

Cost: $125 per student                                                                  Class Duration: 4 Hours

Who should take this class:

Workers involved with construction, heavy industry, emergency response or safety co-ordinators that may be assigned to monitor workers entering into confined spaces.

(Welders, Boiler makers, Pipe fitters, Ship builders, Inspectors, Construction Safety Officers, Con-Space Rescue Techs, Site Medics)

 

Description

When workers enter into Confined Spaces for any purpose, Worksafe Regulations require a standby person to monitor the well-being of the entrants. In this four hour course students will learn the hazard ratings of different classifications of Confined Spaces and what risks are associated with working in these spaces. In addition, the responsibilities of the Standby Person for each hazard rating will be examined so that students will understand their duties as a safety monitor.

As every Confined Space presents unique hazards, students will study how chemical gases behave in different atmospheric conditions and how best to mitigate risks through using gas detectors, ventilation, and lock-out verification.

Also covered in this course:

  • Understanding entry permits
  • Understanding lock out procedures
  • Understanding rescue pre-plans
  • Overview of operating gas detectors.
    • Bump testing
    • Proper use
    • Interpretation of readings
  • Verifying effective ventilation
  • Understanding use of retractable lifelines
  • Rescue requirements

Call the office to schedule a Confined Space Safety for Entrants course

CourseCourse Start DateCourse End DateEvent CategoriesVenue NameRegister
December 5, 2018 – Confined Space EntrantConfined SpaceRegister