Confined Space Entry
Confined spaces are dangerous places. Many people are injured or killed each year by entering confined spaces when it is not safe to do so or they die making attempts to rescue someone in a confined space when it is not safe to do so.
The Saskatchewan Safety Council Confined Space Entry course discusses the hazards of a confined space including flammable and explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficient atmospheres, and common ventilation problems. It will also explain plans, procedures, and personal protective equipment. It covers the strategies to development effective pre-entry plans, lock out procedures, and tests of atmosphere and ventilation.
- Legislation and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and employees
- Hazards of a confined space including flammable and explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficient atmospheres, toxic atmospheres, biohazards, hydrocarbon gases, physical hazards, and common ventilation problems
- Permits and gas test sheets
- Plans, procedures and personal protective equipment including developing a pre-entry plan, lock out procedures, and testing atmospheres
Course Duration: 1/2 Day
To request a course for your company or for more information, please contact us.
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