Confined Space Awareness

Duration: Half Day
Price: $185 plus HST
Instructor: Sandy Mayers Ibbitson

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Overview

This four-hour course provides participants with the knowledge required to enable them to effectively recognize, assess, control and evaluate workplace exposure to confined space hazards. Participants will also learn to identify and discuss the Ontario regulation that apply to the entry into, and being in, a confined space. They will then apply their knowledge while completing a mock Confined Spaces Entry Permit. This course can be adapted to Federal legislation if requested.

For in-house training, we will incorporate your confined space policy and the work you do.

Who should take the course?

Any worker or supervisor who works in or around a confined space should take this course.

What topics will be covered?

  • Definitions
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Hazards Associated with Confined Spaces
  • Confined Space Program
  • Confined Space Assessment
  • Coordination Document
  • Training
  • Entry Permits
  • On-Site Rescue
  • Documents
  • Case Study

Course Material

  • Fillable PDF workbook that participants can choose to print, or fill in electronically.
  • Links to HSPI’s favourite online resources.

Support

  • Our Training coordinator and IT team will be available during the training for support throughout the course.
  • You will need a computer and internet connection to attend the training. We recommend the use of a computer or laptop for a better experience.
  • The course will be delivered using Zoom. Use the test link to make sure you can access Zoom on your device.

Please note: Our support is not over once you are done your course. Our learners are free to reach out to us at any time to get input and ideas as they apply their skills in their workplace.