Confined Space Entry Train the Trainer
Course Duration: 14 – 16 hours
Course Fee: $1,499 per person; $500 for each additional student (per company)
Class Size: Up to 6
The Confined Space Entry Train the Trainer course allows entrants, attendants, and supervisors to understand and evaluate the hazards and procedures associated with confined spaces safely and confidently. This training will help you to differentiate between a permit-required and a non-permitrequired confined space.
The course will address the hazards associated with confined spaces and outline the duties and responsibilities of all confined space entry team members, emergency rescue procedures, and plan development. It will also discuss the need for appropriate personal protective equipment, selection characteristics, and pre-entrance testing for each level of protection.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be capable of identifying and adapting to the hazards of confined spaces, and be able to identify & define standards for safeguarding confined space entries. They will also be able to train this course internally within their workplaces.
Documentation will be provided to the student to satisfy due diligence and local regulation compliance. This course meets the criteria for accepted practices in OH&S training (CAN/CSA Z1006-10), the highest standard in the industry.
- Roles & responsibilities
- Confined space theory, regulations, and application
- Usage of modern, commercially available CS equipment and components
- Calculating ventilation & CFM for all environments
- Pre-entry permit forms & functions
- Entry checklist
- Flammable and explosive atmospheres
- Toxic vapors and gases
- Electrical and mechanical hazards
- Physical safety hazards
- Rescue team members and rescue planning
- Noise and vibration
- Inspection and maintenance for all systems
- Achieve familiarity with atmospheric testing equipment and entrance equipment
- Documentation, due diligence, compliance, and planning
- Student safety during training exercises
- Instructing and evaluation theory
- Testing and evaluating student performances
- Practice teaching, presentations and activities
Although SSM qualifies and/or certifies students for the skills and abilities required according to Provincial / Federal / CSA requirements, it is up to the employer to provide ongoing assessments and/or supervision to qualify their employee as a “competent” person.
Manitoba Regulations Part 14
Persons working at a vertical height of 10 feet or more (Manitoba) or 8 feet or more (Federally) must implement fall protection programs in their workplace.
Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act
Further duties of employer
4(2) Without limiting the generality of an employer’s duty under subsection (1), every employer shall:
(b) Provide to all his workers such information, instruction, training, supervision and facilities to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare at work of all his workers;
(c) Ensure that all his workers, and particularly his supervisors, foremen, charge hands or similar persons, are acquainted with any safety or Health hazards which may be encountered by the workers in the course of their service, and that workers are familiar with the use of all devices or equipment provided for their protection;
(h) Ensure that all of the employer’s workers are supervised by a person who
(i) Is competent, because of knowledge, training or experience, to ensure that work is performed in a safe manner