Confined Space Entry – 2 Day

COURSE TITLE:
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY – 2 DAY

This course is designed confined space entrants, standby persons, supervisors and rescue personnel. All workers who have roles and responsibilities with regard to confined space must be educated and trained in the hazards and necessary controls to complete their work safely. This course is similar to our 8 hour Confined Space Entry Course but allows for more in-depth discussions, deployment and use of equipment (monitor, fan, tripod, harness use) in addition to participating in an actual Confined Space Entry.

 

  • What is a Confined Space?
  • Who Regulates Confined Space Entry?
  • The REAL Reason You Need to Know about Confined Spaces, Lessons Learned by Industry.
  • Responsibilities
  • Confined Space Hazards
  • Confine Space Hazard Controls
  • Specific Roles and Responsibilities
  • Required Documentation
  • Rescue Requirements
  • Fall Protection Basics (As it applies to Confined Space Entry)
  • Confined Space Entry (Based on Clients Documentation)

DURATION:

16 Hours

MAX CLASS SIZE:

12 Students

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION:

Classroom/Written and Practical Exercises

EOCP CEU’s:

1.20

(not applicable for online training)

DETAILED COURSE OUTLINE

NOTE: All courses can be tailored to include company specific information

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
DAY 1
  1. What is a Confined Space?
    • WorkSafe BC Definition of Confined Space
    • Excluded Spaces
  2. Who Regulates Confined Space Entry?
    • WSBC Regulatory Requirements
  3. The REAL Reason You Need to Know about Confined Spaces, Lessons Learned by Industry.
    • Review of Confined Space Fatalities
  4. Responsibilities of the Team
    • Employer
    • Supervisor
    • Worker
    • Joint Health and Safety Committee
  5. Confined Space Hazards
    • The Requirement to Identify and Assess Hazards
    • Who Can Conduct a Hazard Assessment?
    • Atmospheric Hazards (Oxygen Deficiency, Toxic Gases and Explosive Atmospheres)
    • WSBC Atmospheric Hazard Categories
    • Physical Hazards
    • Human Factor Hazards
  6. Confined Space Hazard Controls
    • Atmospheric Monitoring
      • What is Calibration, Function Testing, Fresh Air Zero, and Peaks
      • Monitoring Basics
      • Atmospheric Monitor Use (A general over view)
    • Ventilation
      • Ventilation Types
      • Requirements to Ventilate
      • Understanding the Limitations of Ventilation Equipment
      • Ventilation Fan Use
    • Lockout vs Isolation
      • Piping Types
      • Required Controls
      • Alternate Isolation Measure
    • Using a Lifeline
      • Deploying a Tripod and related Lifting Equipment
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Other Specific Controls Required for Confined Space Entry
  7. Roles and Responsibilities
    • Responsible Supervisor
    • Standby Person/Hole Watch
    • Entrant
  8. Required Documentation
    • Confined Space Entry Program
    • Confined Space Hazard Assessment and Entry Procedure
    • Confined Space Rescue Plan
    • Confined Space Entry Permit
  9. Rescue
    • What is Needed for Confined Space Entry?
    • What is Effective Rescue?
    • The Rescue Hierarchy
    • Rescue and Your Tool Box Talk
    • Rescue Agreements
DAY 2
  1. Fall Protection Basics (As it applies to Confined Space Entry)
    • Harness Donning Review
    • Tripod and Self-Retracting Lifeline Familiarization
    • Discussion on Fall Distances
  2. Knowledge Review, Discussion and Questions
  3. Confined Space Entry (Based on Clients Documentation)
    • Equipment Deployment
    • Participating in an Effective Toolbox Talk
    • Complete an Entry Permit
    • Entry into a Confined Space
    • Perform a Non-Entry Rescue

An exam will be administered at the end of the class.