Confined Space Training Courses

 

Browse our range of confined space training courses available from our training center in Burnaby or on your site. You can easily register online by selecting one of the courses below, or call us at 604-298-7777.

This course is intended for anyone who is required to wear a SAR or SCBA. Anyone who uses a SAR or SCBA must obtain the necessary training to ensure safe use of the equipment. This course combines both theory and practical training using current, approved equipment and covers proper selection, inspection, donning, doffing of SAR’s…
Confined Space Entry & Standby Attendant Training (8hrs) This 1 day course is intended for confined space entrants and stand-by attendants who may be required to: enter and work in confined spaces, perform stand-by attendant duties, use a gas detection device, ventilate and perform non-entry retrieval rescues. A significant part of this course involves several…
Confined Space Entry & Basic Rescue (12hrs) This 1 1/2 day course is intended for confined space entrants, attendants and rescue personnel who may be required to: enter and work in confined spaces, perform stand-by attendant duties, use a gas detection device, ventilate confined spaces and perform job specific basic rescues & non-spinal patient packaging. We…
Confined Space Entry & Non - IDLH Rescue (24hrs) Confined Space Entry + Non - IDLH Rescue training course is intended for individuals required to act as part of a confined space rescue team where entry would be required to rescue an injured worker. It includes competencies from NFPA while at the same time meeting…
Confined Space Entry + IDLH Rescue (32hrs) Confined Space Entry + IDLH Rescue course is intended for individuals required to act as part of a confined space rescue team where entry into IDLH environments would be required to rescue an injured worker. It includes competencies from NFPA while at the same time meeting WorkSafeBC requirements including…
This course is intended for any personnel that will be entering, working in, providing stand-by for or monitoring confined spaces. This course gives the participant the information required to understand units of measure, sensor technology, sensor response and calibration, principles of gases and principles of atmospheric testing. The outcome will leave the student with a…