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Confined Space Entry

Includes: use of equipment during training. 

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One day Low/Medium Risk Confined Space training course consisting of both theory and practical exercises relating to working in confined spaces. This course will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of confined spaces, associated dangers and the ability to enter, work and leave safely by horizontal and / or vertical entry in line with the Confined Spaces OH&S Code.

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Course dates:

  • February 20th

  • March 1st, 27th

  • April 15th

Course available on our Kee Safety Training Centre located in Calgary - AB. 

We also can provide training on-site. Contact us to check availability.

Course Details

Assessment

Written question paper and practical examination

Course Duration

1 day

Revalidation period

Certification valid for 3 years

Certification

PDF copy of Certificate

Course Syllabus

  • Definition of confined spaces.
  • Types of confined spaces.
  • Primary hazards.
  • Occupational exposure limits.
  • Relevant legislation, guidelines and standards
  • Awareness of risk assessments and safety method statement
  • Awareness of permit to work systems and exclusion zones
  • Working practices and worksite organization
  • Categories of personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Equipment selection use and maintenance, pre-use checks and inspection
  • Communication
  • Entry & Exit of confined space
  • Top Attendant Procedures
  • Use and interpret gas detection monitors to verify safe atmospheres 
  • Properties and the occurrence of bad atmospheres

Practical Content

  • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
  • Carrying out risk assessments
  • Recognize changing environments
  • Use and interpret gas monitors to verify safe atmospheres
  • Correct fitting and checks of ancillary safety equipment - harness, tripod, winch.
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Work within a safe system of work
  • Rescue an injured casualty
  • React positively in an emergency situation, current legislation
  • Use of escape sets
  • Rescue management

Practical Exercises

  • Entry and exit using a tripod and winch
  • Carrying out a work task
  • Self-rescue with escape set
  • Retrieval of a casualty

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