What you should know about this Confined Space Entry & Monitor Training:
Is that a confined space your headed into? Do you know for sure? Statistics say that any activity…it doesn’t matter which, is 400% more dangerous when a confined space is introduced. This course will assist you in identifying confined, or restricted spaces, and then the steps to take to keep yourself, and your crew safe from the associated risks.
The goal of this training program is to help you demonstrate a basic knowledge and proficiency in the identification, classification and monitoring of both restricted and confined spaces. You will also gain a working knowledge of OH&S legislation as it applies to confined spaces.
See the table below for learning expectations & certificate requirements.Keep in mind, that for courses based on “Equipment Operation” (ie: Forklift), “Life Safety”(ie: Body Harness) or “Life Preservation” (ie: Standard First Aid) Worker competency must be proven before a person can be considered fully trained. Competency evaluations are attached to each course requiring one in our database. Just be sure you have a competent person evaluating. For more information on competency, you can give us a call or read up on it, as described by the COAA here…
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