Energy Safety Canada Confined Space Course Description:
Advantage Learning Solutions Confined Space Training is an Energy Safety Canada (ESC) training course that has replaced OSSA Confined Space Training. This course is designed to ensure that the participant demonstrates proficiency and a general understanding of the duties of a monitor and entrant.
Emergency incidents in confined spaces are a common occurrence and can happen suddenly without any warning. That is why it is important to make certain you are trained on how to safely prepare a confined space for entry, how to enter a confined space, as well as the best practices for working in a confined space.
In this confined space training course, space entry and monitor are combined into one program and is facilitator-led in a classroom environment.
Who should take Confined Space Entry Monitor?
Anyone who works in a field where there is a possibility of entering and operating in a confined space, such as in bins, ship holds, wells, tanks, tunnels etc.
There will be knowledge testing throughout the course as well as a written exam at the end of the course.
- Confined space monitor basics
- Legislation and regional code of practice
- Confined space entry planning and hazard assessment
- Confined space identification and definitions
- Flammable explosive atmospheres
- Oxygen enrichment/flammable atmospheres
- Oxygen deficient/inert atmospheres
- Isolation, ventilation, purging, atmospheric monitoring requirements
- Confined space control measures
- Confined space entry permitting
- Entry tags & signage
- Confined space monitor responsibilities