Confined Space Attendant Training Course Information
Our Confined Space Attendant training includes a review of confined space regulations, the duties of a confined space attendant, confined space documentation, atmospheric monitoring, emergency response and an evaluation.
5 hours theory + practical
- Introduction to Confined Space Attendant
- Roles and Responsibilities (General)
- Roles and Responsibilities (Site Specific)
- Execution of CSE Permit, Plan, Hot Work Permit and Other Documentation
- Documentation Communication with Entrants
- Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
- Internal and External Hazards Associated with Confined Space Work Atmospheric Monitoring
- Principles of Air Monitoring
- Selection and Function of Proper Monitoring
- Equipment Documentation of Monitor Readings
- Intermittent vs. Continuous Testing During Hot Work Practices
- Mechanical Ventilation Operation/Monitoring Emergency Response
- Order to Evacuate / Order to Stop Work Rescue Plan
- Radio and Phone Protocol
- Comprehension of Risk Assessment Evaluation
- 100% attendance and participation is mandatory and vital to your success in this program.
- Students must receive 80% or higher on the written exam.
- Practical competency with atmospheric monitoring equipment.
Our Confined Space Attendant training program includes Provincial and Federal legislation, all applicable Regulations ( O.Reg. 632/05 Confined Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations Part XI Confined Spaces), definitions and terms with respect to Confined Spaces. Recognize or identify a confined space (O. Reg. 95/11, s. 4.) Assess the confined space hazards (O. Reg. 632/05, s. 6 (1).) The course material is based on current OHSA information and best practices.
Who Requires this Training
- Any workers who will be acting as an attendant during confined space work.
The course includes both theoretical and practical training. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a certificate of completion.
**Prerequisite: Confined Space Entry & Awareness