Industrial Confined Space Entry / Monitor Course

We currently do not have regularly scheduled dates for this course.  Please contact us for more information. Group bookings are welcome any time. Please contact us to discuss setting up a course for your group!

We currently do not have regularly scheduled dates for individuals in these courses. Group bookings are welcome any time. Send us a quote request or contact us to discuss setting up a course for your group!

Our Confined Space Training for Entry is the most commonly required course. Confined Space Training for Rescue is necessary only if you are going to be part of a rescue team or your employer requires you to have the rescue component. Ask your employer which certification you need.

Length of Course: 8 hours

Certification

  • Spectrum Safety Services
  • Valid 3 years
  • Complies with Industry and Workplace Health & Safety Standards

Course Outline

  • Identifying Confined Space & Responsibilities
  • Health & Safety Information (PPE)
  • Evaluation of Hazards, Identification, Testing and Control Measures
  • The Confined Space Entry Permit
  • The Confined Space Entry Team
  • Rescue Services and Contractors
  • Written Exam (easy!)

Confined Space Rescue Course

Length of Course: 16 hours

Certification

  • Spectrum Safety Services
  • Valid 3 years
  • Complies with Industry and Workplace Health & Safety Standards

Course Outline

  • Same as above plus an 8 hour day of Rescue drills
  • Rescue drills must be performed with student’s own equipment

The Entry and Rescue courses have similar curricula, but the Rescue course involves on-site training and drills on pulling a rescue mannequin or a real person out of a confined space. The Entry course is a one-day certification beginning with the identification of a confined space and legal responsibilities. You will learn how to identify hazards, how to control and test for potential confined space dangers, proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) needed for entry, and about confined space entry permits.

The course will also teach you about the entry team and its four separate functions, including the rescue team and their responsibilities. Contractor requirements is another component of the training courses and you will understand what would be expected if you were a contractor going onto a site or if a contractor came onto your site.

A more specialized understanding of combustible gas detectors (LEL monitors) will also be one of your training requirements.

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