The Confined Space Attendant (CSA) course provides a 1 day, 8-hour training in Confined Space Attendant (Non-Entry Rescue) fundamentals, focusing on Provincial and Federal Legislation, Metering and Monitoring, Hazard Assessments, Confined Space Entry, Non-Entry Retrieval Techniques and Ventilation. The Confined Space Attendant Training (CSA) course is designed and intended solely for the worker who acts as a confined space attendant. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a certificate of completion for the role of a confined space attendant. If your rescue plan includes hands-on rescue requiring entry rescue, additional technical rescue training is needed. Our Instructors will draw upon their experience to simplify the confined space attendants’ role for course members utilizing a safe, functional and efficient approach. Requisite skills are based on the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be physically fit
- Fall Protection Training
- Lock Out Tag Out Training
- Must possess Valid First Aid CPR Certificate
- Must Possess Current Confined Space Entry Certificate of Training
Confined Spaces Review; Confined Space Entry Program; Standards/Legislation (Occupational Health And Safety Act); Roles And Responsibilities of the Attendant; Identification And Entry Permits; Hazard Assessment, Controls And Work Procedures; Lockout Tag Out; Atmospheric Metering And Testing (MSA Altair 4x) and interpretation; Cleaning, Purging, Venting; Confined Space Non-Entry Rescue; Creating a Non-Entry Rescue Plan; Rescue Stand-By Persons; Rescue Considerations; Lifelines, Harnesses And Lifting Equipment; Personal Protective Equipment And Other Precautions; Confined Space Non-Entry Rescue (Scenarios); Confined Space Attendant (Non Entry Rescue) Quiz.
- Spartan Rescue Certificate of Completion
Limited to 12 members. We emphasize hands-on, learn by doing instruction and encourage participation by everyone in the class. Successful completion of the course will be determined by members successfully completing the skills assessment and achieving 80 percent or greater on the multiple choice test.
What to Bring to the Class:
- Eye Protection
- Rope Rescue Gloves or New Leather Gloves
- Work Wear, Long Pants or Work Coveralls
- CSA Steel Toe Work Boots
- Note Taking Material
- Cameras are encouraged on the training ground
Note: Ordering a class on-line indicates that you have read and agree to the Terms of Enrollment. You must also complete and submit the Waiver of Liability and Medical Form that will be provided on the first day of the course. If any members appear to be fatigued, injured, or otherwise deemed by the instructors unable to participate, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol your participation will be immediately discontinued and your enrollment will be forfeited. When your purchase a class by selecting “Buy Now” you will be sent an order confirmation number reserving your spot in the course for the selected date. By purchasing the course you are agreeing to all Rescue 7, Spartan Rescue Inc. and Brotherhood Instructors Canada Terms and Conditions, Cancellation Policy and all requirements listed above.