This course will introduce common hazards associated with confined space
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People are injured or killed every year as a result of improperly entering or working in a confined space. Potential hazards in confined spaces include explosions, toxins and oxygen-deficient atmospheres. More than half of the people that die in confined spaces are would-be rescuers. Because confined spaces may be encountered in virtually any occupation, workers need to be able to recognize confined spaces and understand their hazards. This training will provide that knowledge.
Course topics include:
How to recognise a confined space
Hazards associated with confined spaces
The differences in flammable, toxic, irritant or corrosive, and asphyxiating atmospheres
Note: The training will expand on the above topics in more detail