Confined Space Entrant and Attendant Training Course Summary
Confined, restricted and enclosed spaces are some of the most dangerous environments that workers may need to enter to perform installations, repairs and cleaning. They can be difficult to access, flammable, poisonous, and oxygen deficient atmospheres due to the process contained with or work brought into the space.
Before any worker can enter controls are legally required. A well developed confined space program must be implemented to protect entrants. A confined space program requires that training for entrants, attendants and rescue personnel be performed before entry.
Entrant and attendants will be able to apply their training during entries into Hot Zone's on-site confined space simulator.
Contact Hot Zone to register for our public Confined Space Entrant and Attendant Training course, or book a session just for your team.
Interested in gaining more skill? Ask about our Confined Space Rescue Training for entry and non-entry rescue.
Who Would Benefit From This Course:
- General Managers
- Health and Safety Managers
- Millwrights, Maintenance Staff and Electricians
- Joint Health and Safety Committee Members
- Health and Safety Representatives
- External Contractors Required to Enter Confined Spaces
- Definitions and terms
- Characteristics of confined spaces, restricted spaces and enclosed spaces
- Duties of the entry supervisor, entry attendant and the entrant(s)
- Entry permits and hot work permits
- Air monitors
- Respiratory protection
- Chemical protective clothing
- Energy isolation
- Rescue teams and equipment
- Hands on entry scenarios in Hot Zone's confined space simulator
Maximum Trainees: 15
|Training Interval||3 Years Recommended Refresher|
|Includes||Certificate of Completion|