If you are a first responder or just proactive then you should consider getting certified to work in confined spaces. There are many organizations that provide confined space training but you have to make sure the one you eventually select is the most qualified out of the bunch. Start the process by identifying all of the organizations that are offering this training, when you have their names you can then start looking into their respective track records.
Find out how long they have been providing this training to the public? If they have been around for less than five (5) years you need to scratch them from your list. When you have refined your list to only include organizations that have been providing this training for more than five years you can begin reviewing their respective credentials, where did the trainers receive their accreditation? This is something you should pay very close attention to so you are sure the individuals who are providing the training have all of the necessary skills needed to give you and your employees the right information.
After you are satisfied with the qualifications of the instructors you will need to look into the costs that are linked to the training. These costs will vary and you may be able to get a tax rebate for participating in the program but you will need to look into that requirement before you actually do anything else. The last thing you should do before moving forward with the training is find out what previous students are saying about their own individual experience with the firm, when you have read over all of these reviews it will give you the information needed to make a final decision so start doing your research now while you have the opportunity.