*March 16 Update – Cancellation in response to public health directives*
In response to the evolving situation with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have cancelled all NRCA courses and training events effective March 16, until the end of April. We will be continuing to monitor the public health recommendations moving forward, and it is possible we may have to make further cancellation decisions in the weeks ahead.
For information about when this course may be rescheduled, please contact Maria O'Neill-Plouffe, Manager of Events and Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support with NRCA’s programming, and for your ongoing patience as we navigate this evolving situation.
The Confined Space Entry course is approximately 6 hours in duration and aligned with Provincial Legislation. The course includes an instructor-led PowerPoint presentation, class exercises, videos and a written knowledge test.
The learning objectives of this Confined Space Entry and Monitor / Standby Person course are to ensure that students demonstrate an understanding of the following:
- Confined Space Program requirements
- What a Confined Space and Restricted Space (AB only) is
- The Training and competency requirements
- Recognition, evaluation and control of hazards and completing a hazard assessment
- Classification of Confined Space Levels
- Legislation requirements (Safety and Protection)
- Hazardous Substances and Energy (Isolation)
- Testing the Atmosphere
- Ventilation and Purging
- Neutralization and Inerting
- Entry Permit System
- Confined Space Monitor / Standby Person Responsibilities
- Emergency Response
- Personal Protective Equipment