Non-Entry Confined Space Entry/Rescue – Director Approved Training

Course Info

Ministry of Environment Director Approved Training – 0.7 CEU

(Course Code – 14296)

This course is a director approved program (Course ID: 14296) offering participants 0.7 CEU credits upon successful completion. We will provide workers with equipment setup and dismantle procedures and duties during a Non-Entry level confined space entry/rescue.  Each participant will be required to pass a written test with a minimum 75%, be familiar with all equipment, rigging and related equipment and demonstrating their ability to perform in every duty position in a hands on mock entry.

Prerequisite:

1) A valid CPO Approved Working at Heights Certificate (If Applicable)

2) A valid Emergency First Aid and CPR Certificate

Director Approved Course Listing

Topics Covered

  • Legislation (OH&S, NIOSH, CSA)
  • How to identify a Confined Space
  • Hazards Identification and Assessment
  • Gas Monitoring Equipment – Care & Use
  • Rescue Requirements – NON-ENTRY LEVEL RESCUE
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Permit systems
  • Inspection of all related equipment
  • Identify proper anchor points
  • Proper use of tripod and/or davit system
  • Rescue techniques using the applicable retrieval winch
  • Haul Systems
  • Patient Packaging
  • Supplied Air – Cascade/SCBA
  • Trauma Mitigation
  • Refresher of fall related legislation

Course Length

8hr (1 Day)

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