Confined Space Entry & Rescue

This 24-hour (3 days) course will allow the entrant, attendant or entry supervisor to safely and confidently understand and evaluate the hazards and procedures associated with confined spaces.
OBJECTIVES
This training will outline the duties and responsibilities of all the entry team members in addressing the hazards associated with confined spaces.
CONTENTS
• Why Safety?
• Respiratory Protection
• Confined Space Awareness
• Hazard Identification
• Atmospheric Testing
• Confined Space Ventilation
• Equipment for Confined Space Entry
• Controlling Hazardous Energy – LOTO
• Working at Heights
• Types of Confined Space Rescue
• Rescue & Emergency Services
• Response Time Block
• Confined Space Rescue Kit
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