Confined Space Entry/Monitor (Energy Safety Canada)

Confined Space Entry/Monitor (Energy Safety Canada)


Confined Space Entry and Monitor (Energy Safety Canada) is approximately six hours in duration and includes an instructor led presentation, review exercises, class discussion, DVD presentation, and written knowledge test. 


Upon successful completion of the Confined Space Entry and Monitor (Energy Safety Canada) training program, you will be knowledgeable and/or demonstrate proficiency in:
  • Legislation & standards pertaining to confined space entry and monitoring
  • Confined space entry preparation
  • Classification of confined space entries
  • Elements of hazardous atmospheres
  • Gas testing requirements
  • Entry authorization
  • Signage / Tagging
  • Isolations
  • Confined Space Monitor responsibilities

As defined in Part 5 of the Alberta OHS Code, a confined space is an enclosed or partially enclosed space that is not designed or intended for continuous human occupancy with a restricted means of entry or exit and may become hazardous to a worker entering it because of:

  • Its design, construction, location or atmosphere
  • The work activities, material or substances in it
  • The provision of first aid, evacuation, rescue or other emergency response service is compromised, or
  • Other hazards relating to it

This course stresses worker safety in entering confined spaces. You will learn the proper procedures taken in entering a confined space, what a confined space is and learn the proper basic rescue procedures in a confined space. Each student will be allowed the opportunity to enter a confined space and to rescue a 165 lb mannequin from the confined space unit. After a written examination applicants will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years.