This course is intended for those who have completed classroom based training and participate in confined space entries as part of their work duties. It is designed for those who require a reminder of their duties and are interested in learning about regulatory updates and industry right practices. The class will rely on the knowledge of participants, while being guided by our instructor. Whether the entrant, standby person, supervisor or someone assigned rescue duties, workers must remain competent in their responsibilities. This course will be instructed by someone who assesses and writes confined space hazard assessments and entry procedures, a Qualified Person as defined by WorkSafe BC Regulation 9.11.
- A Reminder – What is a Confined Space?
- The REAL Reason You Need to Know about Confined Spaces, Lessons Learned by Industry.
- Confined Space Hazard Identification
- Confined Space Hazard Controls
- Specific Roles and Responsibilities
- Required Documentation
- Review what is “Effective Rescue”
Students must have previously completed classroom based confined space entry training and have practical experience participating in confined space entries.