Confined Space Entry Training

Workers are killed or injured every year while working in or around confined spaces. It is estimated that 60% of all fatalities are would be rescuers.
Our Confined Space program will provide supervisors, entrants and attending workers with the information needed to understand the potential hazards of working in these spaces and the requirements necessary to control those hazards prior to entry.

Participants will engage in exercises where all confined space documentation will be used.

The course is broken down into the following content modules:

  • Applicable Legislation
  • Definitions
  • Elements of a Confined Space Program
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Entry Plan
  • Entry Permit
  • Confined Space Controls
  • Responsibilities
  • On-Site Rescue
  • Questions and Answers

Course Material:

Participant manual, sample entry and hot work permit, hazard assessment and entry plan, test, record of attendance and wallet card

Legislative Reference:
Ont. Reg. 851 – Industrial Establishments s.119.7 (1)
Ont. Reg. 67/93 Health Care and Residential Facilities s. 43.6 (1)
Ont. Reg. 213/91 Construction Projects s. 221.7 (1)
Ont. Reg. 632/05 Confined Spaces
Excerpt has been taken from the Industrial Establishments
119.7 (1) every worker who enters a confined space or who performs related work shall be given adequate training for safe work practices for working in confined spaces and for performing related work, including training in the recognition of hazards associated with confined spaces.

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