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This online Confined Space Entry Awareness course offers an overview of confined spaces and details how to safely manage the entry into a confined space. Increase your awareness of potential confined spaces and improve your safety guidelines to help keep everyone safe.

The course was developed to the CSA standard 1006-01 for Management of Work in Confined Spaces.

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Course Outline:

What is a Confined Space

    • Definition of confined spaces
    • Different types of confined spaces
    • Regulations


    • Types of confined space hazards
    • Administrative hazards

Qualified Worker

    • Definition of a qualified worker
    • Training requirements
    • Roles and responsibilities 

Identification and Control

    • Confined space hazard analysis
    • Risk categories
    • Permits and labelling

Emergency Response

    • Emergency rescue classifications
    • Roles and responsibilities of rescue team members
    • Equipment guidelines

Confined Space Entry Procedures

    • Safe work procedures
    • Equipment design and function
    • Hazard control permitting

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Course Duration

Approximately 2 hours

Course Assessment

Testing conducted in this online Confined Space Entry Awareness course is designed to reinforce the information presented. A final mark of 80% must be achieved to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course two additional times if the 80% pass mark is not achieved.

Certificate of Completion

Upon successful completion of this online Confined Space Entry Awareness Course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.

Click here for a real life example about the dangers of working in Confined Spaces


General Information:

The Main Hazards of Confined Spaces include:

  • Toxic Atmosphere. A toxic atmosphere may cause various acute effects, including impairment of judgement, unconsciousness and death
  • Oxygen deficiency
  • Oxygen enrichment
  • Flammable or explosive atmospheres
  • Flowing liquid or solids
  • Excessive heat

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