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METI’s Confined Space Training provides you with our in-house confined space simulator, training you to safely enter and monitor work in a confined space.
Confined Space Training trains you to effectively serve as a confined space entrant and attendant.
Our confined space course prepares you work sites, whether within processing, manufacturing, construction or oil and gas, that require working in a space that was not designed for prolonged human occupancy, has limited entrance or egress and/or contains hazards that occur because of its construction, location or contents or because of the work done in it; confined spaces.
Confined Space Training is mandatory for many industries. Confined spaces can pose many hazards. Toxic gases, lower explosive limits, or physical hazards may exist in the confined space.
With our Confined Space Course, you will learn the industry standards to confined space entry, including atmospheric testing, permitting and monitoring.
Confined Space Training Key Benefits
Our Confined Space certificate provides you with the training industry is looking for:
- Instruction from Confined Space industry-experienced and certified instructor
- Introduction to properties of a confined space
- Awareness of hazards of a confined space
- Confined space monitoring techniques
- Confined space permitting
- Enter a confined space simulator to complete a work-related task
- Hands-on application
- Our Confined Space Course encompasses all types of confined spaces
Obtaining our confined space certificate also prepares you to monitor work related tasks that occur in confined spaces.
Your Confined Space Training Ticket/Certificate
Upon completion of this training, you will receive a wallet-size Ticket/Certificate that will show prospective employers that you have the right credentials.
We keep your records on file permanently. Feel free to have your prospective employer contact METI to confirm your certificate.
Our confined space certificate prepares you to monitor and/or work in such confined spaces as manholes, tanks, vessels, silos and more.