Resource and Industry

Confined Space - Awareness for Supervisors

Course Summary

Identify, understand & supervise ... but stay out!

This half day course prepares participants to identify a confined space, recognize the hazards associated with this high risk environment, and understand the requirements for entry into a confined space. It also teaches participants that without additional training, they must not enter a confined space in the course of their work, or to rescue a colleague. This course complies with provincial worksafe legislation and is compliant with AINSI 117.1 and NFPA 1670.

This course satisfies EOCP continuing education requirements.

Course Details


4 hours




Minimum 10. Maximum 15.






Repeat the entire course at a 15% discount every three years.

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Required Equipment

Writing materials

Takeaways & Documentation
  • Certificate of Achievement

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Course Outline

  • How to build a confined space entry programs
  • Federal and provincial legislative requirements
  • Types of confined spaces
  • Documentation
  • Hazard assessments
  • Safe work procedures
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Lockout/tagout procedures
  • Ventilation and atmospheric monitoring
  • Emergency rescue planning procedures
  • Accident / incident investigation & reporting


There are currently no CONFINED SPACE courses scheduled. Contact us to find out how to book a course.

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