What is Confined Space Entry and Rescue?

Our confined space entry course covers the provincial OH&S requirements for Saskatchewan and Alberta as well as the industry best practices and definitions that are used and applied throughout western Canada.

The rescue portion of the course will have the participants become proficient in the use of rescue equipment and the planning involved to perform a successful confined space rescue.

The Confined Space simulator is set up to train rescue and the application of best practices. One section of the simulator is a low wide conveyor chute that leads to a two-compartment product storage vessel, both have service accesses to simulate real life work situations. The third portion of the simulator is a ten-foot deep manhole with top entry for training on tank or municipal service scenarios.

Students will be trained with modern, clean, certified equipment that is relevant to their specific work needs. Self-contained breathing apparatus are from Mine Safety Appliance Corporation and are the brand predominantly used in the oil, gas and mining industry. Respirator masks are cleaned on site as per manufacturer’s specifications after each use.

Rescue tripods, davit arms, and winches are all certified annually. Gas monitors are functional and calibrated daily. Trinity Safety offers students the best equipment in Saskatchewan.

If you are looking to get certified, contact us today!