Confined Space Training: Awareness Level 1 - Toronto
In accordance with CSA, NFPA and Ontario OH&S
Ontario Regulation 632/6 Code defines a confined space as a fully or partially enclosed space,
(a) that is not both designed and constructed for continuous human occupancy, and
(b) in which atmospheric hazards may occur because of its construction, location or contents or because of work that is done in it.
Confined spaces present special hazards to workers including risks of toxic or asphyxiant gas exposure, fires, falls and entrapment. Workers need to remain aware of these potential hazards and how to avoid or control them in their day to day work activity.
This 4 hour Confined Space Entry Training will provide your staff with knowledge on how to work safely in a confined space.
Confined Space Entry Training Course Objectives:
- How to identify a confined space
- Hazards of confined spaces
- Exposure limits
- Relevant legislation
- Safe work procedures
- Codes of practice
- Preparation for entry (pre-entry meetings)
- Lock-out procedures
- Safe work permits
- Communication skills
- Post-entry debriefing
This course is applicable to a variety of industries that have confined spaces on their worksites including but not limited to oil and gas, construction, office buildings, industrial, rail, manufacturing and any area that meets the definition of confined space.
Upon completion of this course you will have a 3 year Certification in Confined Space Training - Awareness Level 1.