Confined Space Attendant: Non Entry Rescue

Delivery Options: In-class

Course Profile:

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What You'll Learn

This course will guide participants through all aspects of working in a Confined Space Safely.  The course will prepare participants to safely enter, exit and work in confined spaces. Also, they will be able to perform the roles of non-rescue outside attendant.

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for Confined Space Entrants and Stand-by Attendants who may be required to enter or work in confined spaces, perform confined space attendant or gas testing duties, or ventilate confined spaces.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course the trainee should be able to:

  • Define what a confined space is
  • Explain the roles and responsibilities of workplace parties regarding work in or around confined spaces
  • Identify and describe Atmospheric and other Confined Space hazards
  • Explain what constitutes dangerous atmospheres
  • Explain primary methods of control for Confined Space Hazards
  • Describe the elements of a confined space program
  • Explain the requirements for confined space entry permits
  • Explain the importance of safe work plans
  • Describe the elements of a confined space rescue plan

Course Outline

  • Legislation and regulations
  • Roles of workplace parties at confined spaces
  • Hazard Assessment and control measures
  • Confined Space Program
  • Hazard assessments
  • Written entry & safe work procedures
  • Venting and purging
  • Lockout/isolation requirements
  • Entry permits and atmospheric testing
  • Personal Protective Equipment Entry equipment
  • Rescue plans and equipment

Legislative Reference

  • Confined Spaces Regulation (O. Reg. 632/05)

Course Material

  • Participant Manual