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Confined Space Entry Medicine Hat

Confined Space Entry Level II

Confined space work involves some of the most critical hazards in the oil and gas industry. This course is offered in classroom and teaches participants to identify, understand and mitigate the potential hazards of working in restricted and confined spaces.

Why Confined Space Certification Matters

Workers who are not properly trained in operating in confined spaces run a high risk of serious injury, Safety is paramount in all workplaces, especially those where workers are exposed to increased risks such as

This course is valuable for those responsible for the entry, planning and supervising of confined space activities; and for those administering employees and/or monitoring entry into restricted or confined spaces.

This course presents participants with information on how to safely retrieve workers and is aimed at training persons who work in confined spaces. Topics covered include the following:
 

Hazards of a Confined Space
 

Pre-entry Requirements, including:

  • Confined Space Program

  • Hazard Assessment & The Entry Plan

  • Training Requirements & Record Keeping
     

Entering a Confined Space, including:

  • The Entry Permit & Onsite Rescue

  • Energy/Materials Isolation & Control

  • Atmospheric Safety & Ventilation

 

Course Requirements

There are no pre-requisites to participate in the Confined Space Entry and Monitor course. All students should bring coveralls for the simulation exercise.

Certification

Note: The participants will go through a simulated exercise.

The course includes a final exam and a certificate of completion valid for 3 years.

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