The objective of the OSSA Confined Space Entry/Confined Space Monitor Training Standard is to ensure that end users demonstrate basic knowledge and proficiency in the identification and classification of confined spaces and in the identification and classification of restricted spaces.
When a competent Confined Space Monitor is required they must be in attendance outside the Confined Space at or near the entrance. The Confined Space Monitor must keep track of the number of persons inside the Confined Space at all times, be in constant communication with persons inside the Confined Space, and must be provided with a suitable system for summoning assistance (when needed).
Employees required to enter confined or restricted spaces must be trained in the recognition of the risks and hazards associated with confined or restricted space entry, and understand the methods of controlling these associated risks and hazards.
The following topics will be covered in this program:
- OHS Act, Code, Regulations
- OSSA Regional Code of Practice
- Confined Space Definition
- Hazard Assessment
- Safety and Protection
- Atmospheric Testing
- Ventilation and Purging
- Classification of Confined Space Levels
- Entry Permit System
- Entry Tag
- Signage for Confined Space Entry
- Confined Space Monitoring
- Entrant Tracking
- Emergency Response
- Record Retention
Those who complete the program will understand that it is the responsibility of each employer to review the specific work practices and protocols associated with confined space entry prior to commencement of work.
This course is instructor-led.
Course cost: $181
April 22, 2022
May 20, 2022
June 24, 2022
Course time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Note: This course begins promptly at 8:00 am. Please arrive early to complete the registration process.
Certification Duration: 3 Years
Certified By: OSSA*
*OSSA and Enform have merged and rebranded as Energy Safety Canada (ESC). As of September 30th, this course will be certified by ESC.
If you have any questions, or would like to enrol, please contact the Battlefords Campus: 306-937-5100
Service Provider: CanSafe