Confined spaces can be extremely dangerous and difficult environments to work in which is why the utmost caution needs to be taken before anyone works in or near a confined space. Identifying, understanding, and taking control of hazards provides workers with the ability to complete their duties safely while monitoring their environment.
This one-day/8-hour course discusses various elements of an on-site confined space program. Students will learn the skills needed to identify, assess, monitor, and/or enter the confined spaces they may find on their job site. The content of the course will also cover the various roles and responsibilities required for a confined space program. This course also includes case studies alongside a series of interactive workshops intended to give students an opportunity to apply the knowledge they have gained through the training session.
This course will provide all students with an enjoyable and engaging learning environment and is delivered by one of our highly qualified instructors.
NOTE: Government issued photo ID must be presented to obtain entry to the program.