Confined Space Safety Awareness
Confined Spaces Safety Awareness
A Confined space is any area that is not intended for human occupancy, has limited access or has the potential to contain a toxic or oxygen deficient atmosphere. Training is necessary for supervisors, stand-by-person, and workers entering confined spaces as per the Ontario Regulation (O. Reg. 632/05) set forth by the Ministry of Labour (MOL) covered by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).
Upon completion of this safety awareness training session participants will:
- Be able to define the term confined space and list several different examples of confined spaces in the workplace
- Be aware of the dangers associated with confined spaces
- Be able to state the main administrative control mechanisms used to protect people who are entering and working in confined spaces
- Be familiar with the Confined Space Entry Requirements for their particular work environment
- Be able to state the four generic groupings of the reasons why accidents occur in confined spaces
- Be aware of a range of control measures that can be introduced to minimize or eliminate the risk of injury while entering or working in confined spaces
- Training Manual
- Combination of multiple choice and true/false testing
- A certificate of completion and a wallet size card
Please complete the form below to request / arrange a training date for you or your group.