Every worker that enters a confined space must be adequately trained in accordance with the plan. Elements of the plan may include but are not necessarily limited to the following detailed below in the course information section.
Participants will receive training in Legislation as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations.
- Regulation 632/05
- Regulation 213/91 – Section 221
- Regulation 851 – Section 119
- ACT – Section 25(2)(A),(D), and (H)
- Recognition and identification of potential hazards associated with the confined spaces that will be entered.
- Evaluation and control procedures for the identified or potential hazards.
- All equipment such as ventilation equipment (blowers), harnesses and air quality monitors (e.g., Oxygen/combustible meters) that will be used while in the confined space.
- All personal protective equipment (e.g., respirators) that the worker will be using while in the confined space.
- All procedures for entering the confined space.
- Procedures to follow in the event of a situation developing that could present additional risk to the worker or an emergency.
- The specific work to be done while in the confined space.
- Identify elements of an effective confined space program.
- Evaluate and improve your basic confined space program (if there is already one in place).
- Compare/check your program against a standard, identify deficiencies and identify actions to be taken to achieve standard.
- Identify best practices for ventilation, PPE, lockout, rescue, confined space permits, and air testing/monitoring.
- Practical confined space entry exercise
- Wallet cards
- Records of training
Algonquin Safety Training offers easy and convenient training location options to suit your preferences:
- At Algonquin Safety Training facilities
- On site, at your facility