The Confined Space Entry and Rescue Training Course is a classroom based training course with a hands-on rescue component.
The entry and rescue training is often a required course for oil and gas, construction, and other industry employees.
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Confined Space Entry training is required is because Confined Space Entry work is extremely hazardous. These spaces are not designed for human occupancy: confined spaces are 150 times more dangerous than regular workplaces.
Additionally, harmful substances or processes may exist. Proper training, safe work procedures, and safety/rescue equipment is needed to ensure workers are protected.
Our comprehensive training is covered in a one-day course. Students gain an understanding of confined space entry, monitor, and rescue techniques.
The course includes theoretical and practical components: Each chapter has opportunities for hands-on learning, student feedback, and knowledge testing.
Theoretical Components of the course include:
The practical component of our course has the following components:
This Confined Space Entry and Rescue Training Course is 8 to 10 hours and students will receive certification that is valid for 3 years.