Work Permit Receiver Training Outline
Synopsis of the course: A work permit is a crucial component of a procedure that establishes the risks involved in a certain activity and the safety procedures that need be taken.
Work permits serve as formal records of the terms and minimal safety measures that the issuer and receiver have agreed upon to control the risks involved with the job when they are issued.
Before being permitted to enrol in the work permit receiver certification course, candidates must satisfactorily complete the basic classroom courses.
- PTW receivers
- Gas testing officer Standby Person
- Fire Watches
- All personnel who enter a confined space, perform Lock-out Tag-out, and involved in Work permit process.
The CSCP offers WPR participants a 4-day training session in order to earn a prerequisite completion certificate.
- Hazard Identification and Control
This course will offer participants with the knowledge essential to comprehend potential workplace hazards and the options required to control those hazards.
- Lock Out/Tag Out (L.O.T.O.)
This course will outline the minimal requirements for safely isolating energy sources associated with equipment, operational processes, and project locations in order to protect employees and property during equipment maintenance, inspection, and testing.
- Confined Space Entry
Confined areas can be extremely hazardous if adequate protocols are not followed prior to entering. In numerous occupations, working in restricted areas is a regular occurrence. When these locations are correctly recognised and evaluated, entrance plans are in place, and the plans are followed, confined space work can be accomplished safely and efficiently.