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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY - PROCEEDURES AND PLANS

8 hour training program

Introduction: 

Safely dealing with a confined space entry is a challenging task. The scope of activities included in any confined space entry is incredibly broad, ranging from pre-entry evaluation of the space and atmospheric testing to lockout / tagout and rescue procedures.

Employers must ensure that confined space entry is conducted in a safe and legally compliant manner. A significant amount of work is required to ensure that all documentation requirements are satisfied prior to entry. Legally-required documentation includes a comprehensive Hazard Assessment and Safe Entry Plan, Permit, etc.

This course has been specifically designed to assist personnel with developing internal documentation pertaining to confined spaces.

 

Training Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the characteristics and hazards associated with a confined space. Determine appropriate control measures for ensuring safe entry. Understand applicable legislative requirements.

  • Recognize requirements for Hazard Assessments, Entry Plans, Entry Permits, Rescue Plans and Coordination Documents.

  • Work with Plan, Permit and Procedure templates in order to develop document-writing skills related to confined spaces.

 

Target Audience:
  • Workers & Associates entering confined spaces,

  • Attendants & Rescue personnel.

  • Supervisors, Managers, Maintenance personnel & other Technical resources responsible for creating confined space documentation

  • Joint Health & Safety Committee Members

 

Course Length and Options:

This is an 8-hour (full day) course. The course can be extended to a 2-day or 3-day option in order to provide additional opportunity for participants to use the classroom knowledge to develop site-specific documentation under the guidance of a STACS associate.

Participants will be required to complete a written evaluation in order to pass the course. A Record of Training (ROT) is provided for all personnel that successfully complete the program.

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