CONFINED SPACE TRAINING

CONFINED SPACE TRAINING

Employees face many hazards when working in confined spaces. This Confined Space Training course directly benefits any employees working in many situations, regardless of the industry.

 

This course equips students to not only prepare for confined space entry work but also to perform the important duties of a rescuer.

DESCRIPTION

COURSE OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES

 

OSHA states that employers must provide means of prompt rescue for injured workers in a permit required confined space. Does your company have an effective documented rescue plan?

 

This OSHA mandated course is an overview of the hazards related to confined spaces and how to mitigate them.

 

Learn from the experience of our professional rescue instructors and decide which application works best for your situation through hands on practice of various scenario-based exercises.

 

Students will gain the understanding about how confined spaces greatly vary from one industry to the next, and cover tricks of the trade from various industries that are proven to save lives.

 

Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive the Safety One Certification and will be able to:

  • Identify and evaluate confined space hazard
  • Perform basic atmospheric testing, ventilation and continuous monitoring
  • Apply manual versus mechanical rescue systems and methods

COURSE DURATION: One to Three Day (Course length depends on certification and level of training desired)

CLASS SIZE: Maximum 8 (1 Instructor)

COURSE CONTENT SUMMARY

 

Course content relevant to OSHA, ANSI and NFPA standards. Inquire for special certification needs.
This course also covers the topics and techniques of:

  • Identification of a Confined Space
  • Industry Terminology and Documentation
  • Hazard Evaluation and Identification
  • Permit Required vs. Non Permit Required Confined Spaces
  • Atmospheric Testing, Ventilation, and Continuous Monitoring
  • Entry Team Roles and Responsibilities
  • Hazard Isolation and Lockout/Tag out and Signage
  • Rescue and Auxiliary Equipment
  • Emergency Preparedness and Rescue Methods
  • Manual vs. Mechanical Rescue Systems
  • Medical Considerations for Rescue
AUDIENCE & PREREQUISITES

AUDIENCE

 

This Confined Space Training course is designed for employees working in confined space, regardless of the industry, i.e.

  • Wind energy, Grain silos, Water towers, Tank construction and inspection, Pits, Excavations, Manufacturing and Mining

 

OSHA states that employers must protect workers entering and provide means of prompt rescue for injured workers in a permit required confined space.

 

OSHA Requirements:

Construction: CFR 1926 Subpart AA
General Industry: 1910.146

PREREQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE

 

No formal prerequisites for this course.

REGULATIONS & STANDARDS

OSHA

 

This course meets the requirements of the OSHA Regulation.

  • Construction: CFR 1926 Subpart AA
  • General Industry: 1910.146

ANSI/ASSE

 

ANSI/ASSE Z117.1-2009

COURSE TESTIMONIALS

STUDENT/EMPLOYER TESTIMONIALS

 

Our company had some work coming up in a confined space and we had no idea where to start. Safety One was able to come in and develop a program to keep our employees working safely and efficiently all while meeting some tight deadlines.

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We Also Bring the Course to You

 

For companies that have five or more employees that need safety certification, Safety One offers all open enrollment courses and customized fall protection trainings at the client’s site.

 

By tailoring a training course to your site and your staff, we are able to address specific issues unique to your business needs and resolve fall protection hazards in and around your facility.

 

In addition, there is cost savings by reducing employee down time.