Confined Space Entry and Basic Rescue
Course Description and Goals
This confined space entry and basic rescue training course is one day and a half long. This training is intended for confined space entrants, attendants, and rescue personnel.
This safety training will guide workers who need to enter and work in confined spaces, perform stand-by attendant duties, use a gas detection device, ventilate confined spaces, and perform job-specific basic rescues, and non-spinal patient packaging.
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This course is delivered to meet either federal or provincial regulatory requirements, as well as options for MOL and ESC, approved courses.
A 3-year certificate will be issued after successfully completing this course.
Method of Course Delivery
- Jurisdictional Regulations
- Identifying confined spaces on your job site
- Hazard assessments
- Written entry and safe work procedures
- Atmospheric testing
- Venting, purging, inerting
- Lockout/isolation requirements
- Entry permits
- Stand-by persons
- Rescue pre-plans
- Personal protective equipment
- Entry equipment
- Rescue equipment
- Toolbox safety meeting
- Wrap-Evac packaging
- Live entries into confined spaces
- Live packaging & retrieval drills
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