Confined Space Awareness/Rescue (CON01)
Working in confined spaces presents many hazards that can be life-threatening. Level 1 (Awareness) is four hours in a classroom setting where you’ll learn government regulations pertaining to entering and working in a confined space, physical and atmospheric hazards, and how to work safely in a confined space. Level 2 (Rescue) is the practical portion of the course, where you’ll wear the appropriate safety gear and enter a simulated confined space (GPRC Continuing Education tank) for rescue purposes.
Some Testimonials from our Students:
"The best course I've ever taken! Doug was a great instructor!" - John Dalina
"Confined Space was excellent, and it will really enhance my job performance."
Confined Space Awareness/Rescue receives 0.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in the Alberta Environment Water and Wastewater Operator Certification Program.
|Dec 8 2015
|Feb 2 2016