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COURSE OVERVIEW

RIGWORLD’s Confined Space Entry and Rescue Training, is a basic training certification course for workers who will be enter Confined Space and restricted spaces. The course covers the theory including definitions. Levels, One, two and three spaces, and restricted spaces are defined, the required controls are taught, as well as what workers need for PPE. In addition, gas detection equipment is discussed, including how to function test, bump test and calibrate an electronic gas detection monitor. PPE such as self-contained breathing apparatus, and supplied air breathing apparatus and introduced as well as how to inspect and done this equipment. The course goes on to discuss the role of the confined space monitor, sometimes called a safety watch. The documents required to enter, Confined Space Entry Permit, and an Entry Log are taught. The course finishes by discussing requirements for rescue plans, training and equipment.

CONTENTS

Introduction
Rig World's Confined Space Entry Guidelines
Definitions
Acceptable Entry Conditions
Attendant
Authorized Entrant
Blanking or blinding
Combustible Liquid
Confined Space
Control
Double Block and Bleed or Equivalent
Eliminate
Emergency
Engulfment
Entry
Flammable Liquid
Hazardous Atmosphere
Hot Work Permit
Immediately Dangerous To Life or Health (IDLH)
Isolation.
Line Breaking
Non-Permit Confined Space
Oxygen Deficient Atmosphere
Oxygen Enriched Atmosphere
Permit Required Confined Space
Permit System
Prohibited Condition
Reclassification
Rescue Service
Retrieval System
Testing
Duties of Authorized Entrants
Duties of Attendants
Duties of the Entry Supervisor
Permit Required Confined Space Entry
Identification and Evaluation of Confined Spaces
Access Control
“Danger - Confined Space - Enter By Permit Only”
Permit System
Reclassification of Permit Spaces
Pre-Entry Instruction Requirements
Pre-Entry Procedures
Energy Isolation (Lockout/Tagout)
Space Evaluation
Atmospheric Testing
Toxic Atmospheres
Ventilation
Confined Space Entry Rescue
Retrieval Rescue Methods
Outside Contractors
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