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Confined Space

  • 225 Canadian dollars
  • HSE Elements

Service Description

Topics: • Confined spaces can be an extremely dangerous work environment. • Identifying, understanding, and controlling the hazards provides workers with the ability to safely perform their duties within, or when monitoring these environments. • This one-day course will address basic principles and concepts of confined space safety and the roles of the attendant and entrant in the process. • Case studies, workbook exercises, and a fall safety systems practical exercise to understand safe vertical entry. • Ideally suited for those who will either enter or serve as an attendant for those entering basic confined spaces at the worksite. Purpose: This one-day course will address basic principles and concepts of confined space safety and the roles of the attendant and entrant in the process. The course includes case studies, workbook exercises, and a fall safety systems practical exercise to understand safe vertical entry. Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course participants will be able to: • Define what a confined space is. • Identify and describe Atmospheric and other Confined Space hazards. • Explain what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable atmospheres. • Explain the roles and responsibilities of workplace parties regarding work in or around confined space. • Explain primary methods of control for Confined Space Hazards including the entry permit system, air testing, and monitoring, ventilation, Lock-Out, and other safe work procedures. • Explain the requirements for Confined Space entry permits. • Explain the importance of safe work plans. • Describe the elements of a Confined Space rescue plan. • Identify the need for record-keeping. • Legislative references.


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Contact Details

  • 5875 Highway 7, Vaughan, ON, Canada

    (905) 264-7952

    info@hseelements.com


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