Why Confined Space Training Matters

Male worker wearing protective clothing and repair welding inside confined space

Confined space training informs construction or other industry employees about how to evaluate, understand, and mitigate risks involved in working in a small, unsafe space for a temporary period of time.

What is Covered in Training?

Confined space training will cover potential hazards associated with confined spaces, how to control procedures and identify additional risks, and how to use appropriate equipment in a confined space.

The training will also discuss PPE, safe work procedures for entering, additional hazardous situations, how to complete specific work, and how to reduce risk.

A confined space is any enclosed or partially enclosed and is big enough for a worker to enter but not for working in at all times.

Courses offered for confined space training also cover emergency procedures and a variety of levels, testing, ventilation, and more.

Why Confined Space Training is Essential

Confined space training is important for employees because it can confirm that your teams are suitably qualified to enter the confined space, that they are aware of risks and hazards, and that they can determine changes in risk factors.

The training also helps with improved decision making, better processes and procedures, and investing in equipment and providing training to the right team members for safety.

Courses Offered in Confined Space

At Northwest Safety & Risk Services, we have the courses you need to cover confined space and other pertinent training. Our courses are geared to fit what you need. Reach out today to learn more, ask questions, and get registered. Let's talk.