Confined Space Entry – Theory & Basic Rescue

ENERGY SAFETY CANADA CONFINED SPACE ENTRY – THEORY & BASIC RESCUE

This course is designed by Energy Safety Canada (to replace the OSSA course) to help students identify a confined space, knowing what protective equipment is needed for entry and the potential hazards. This includes knowledge and tools to identify gas hazards and controls, regulations, permits and lockout/tagout procedures. Students will also learn about employee and employer responsibilities when working in confined settings. Following a successful completion of the written exam, participants will engage in practical exercises (tank entry).

 

Prerequisites: Participants will engage in practical exercises. They must be physically capable of safely executing this procedure.

 

Duration: 

Location: In-Class

Fee: $185

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