ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training (Energy Safety Canada)
ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training is an Energy Safety Canada course(ESC). Enform Canada and OSSA have merged to form Energy Safety Canada.
The objective of ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training is to give participants an introduction to the hazards associated with entering confined spaces.
A further objective is to ensure that students demonstrate a basic understanding of the methods of controlling these risks.
Furthermore, the ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring course covers the duties of a designated Confined Space Monitor as defined by ESC standards.
Those completing the ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training course will be certified to work as Confined Space Monitors for Levels 1, 2 and 3 confined spaces.
Another objective of the ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring course is to ensure participants demonstrate proficiency in keeping track of other workers in confined spaces.
A Confined Space Monitor must also be able to communicate with those the confined space, respond to an emergency in a confined space, and understand all the duties
and responsibilities of a Monitor.
ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training Key Benefits
- Regulations and responsibilities for confined space entry
- Confined space definition
- Confined space hazards, especially atmospheric hazards
- Classification of confined space entries
- Control of hazards
- Qualification and training of workers
- Emergency response plans
Your ESC Confined Space Entry & Monitoring Training Ticket/Certificate
Upon completion of this program, you will receive a wallet-size Ticket/Certificate, that will show prospective employers that you have the credentials.
Employers may require confirmation of your Certificate. We keep your records on file permanently. Feel free to have your prospective employer contact
METI to confirm your certification.
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