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8, 16 or 24 hour training programs


Safely dealing with a confined space entry can be 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.

The number of fatalities involving confined spaces is staggering, especially when considering that in over 60% of confined space accidents, the would-be rescuers contribute to the fatality count.

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 applicable requirements are satisfied.

This course has been specifically designed to assist personnel with understanding the broad nature of the topic as well as the safeguards commonly required to deal with a confined space in a safe manner.


Training Objectives:
  • Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: Identify confined space characteristics & hazards.

  • Determine appropriate control measures for ensuring a safe entry.

  • Develop an understanding of air sampling & ventilation techniques.

  • Understand applicable legislative requirements, including applicable provincial / federal regulations.

  • Recognize content requirements for confined space assessments, site-specific plans and permits.

  • Identify proper rescue procedures, practices and equipment.


Target Audience:
  • Workers and Associates entering a confined space, as well as their Attendants

  • Rescue Personnel

  • Engineering and Maintenance Associates

  • Supervisors and Managers

  • Health & Safety Committee Members


Course Length and Options:

This session is offered in a number of formats. The 1-day (8-hour) session provides the participant with a good overall baseline knowledge of confined space hazards and controls. The 2-day (16-hour) format allows for a more thorough review of safeguards (including lockout / tagout, Hazard Assessments and Entry Plans, etc.). The program can also be offered in a 3-day (24-hour) Train-The-Trainer format for clients looking to have internal resources provide confined space training.

All programs can be customized to reflect the client’s specific spaces, policies and procedures, etc.

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