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Confined Space Hazard Awareness
Accidents in confined spaces may be rare but they can result in severe injury or death. The majority of deaths in confined spaces are caused by hazardous atmospheres such as toxic gases or lack of oxygen. The remaining deaths are the result of physical hazards where a worker may be crushed, buried or struck by falling objects. This course will be of interest to employers, owners, managers, supervisors and joint committees in workplaces where there are confined spaces. However, employees ultimately have to be aware of the conditions that they are working in as well.
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Campuses offered:
  • Hazelton
  • Smithers
  • Prince Rupert
  • Terrace

No upcoming dates scheduled. Please contact your local campus to express interest or contact Contract Services to set up training for your organization. 

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