Do you operate in or perhaps around confined spaces? (FAQ’s about OSHA Confined Space) If you do, our latest Confined Space Entry Training course is exactly what you need. This OSHA course will highlight how to operate in a confined space environment to boost safety for you as well as those around you, and certify you under the OSHA Confined Space standard 29 CFR 1910.146.
From OSHA: A lot of workplaces have spaces which are considered “confined” simply because their configurations obstruct the activities of workers who should enter, work in, and exit all of them. A confined space has restricted or limited means for entry or exit, which is not intended for continuous employee occupancy. Confined spaces consist of, but are not limited to underground vaults, tanks, storage space bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, as well as pipelines.
OSHA makes use of the term “permit-required confined space” (permit space) to express a confined space which includes one or more of the following features: contains or perhaps has the potential to consist of a hazardous environment; contains a material which includes the potential to engulf an entrant; has walls that join inward and also floors that slope downward as well as taper into a smaller area that could trap or asphyxiate an entrant; or even contains any other identified safety or health hazard, like unguarded machinery, open live wires, or maybe heat stress.
The general objective of this training course is to protect those getting into or operating around a confined space. In this OSHA course you will learn the physical, chemical, as well as biological guidelines associated with safe working with confined spaces.
Looking for a much more comprehensive training course? We also provide an 8 hour Confined Space Supervisor Course. In addition, if you are looking for training course on the new OSHA Confined Space Construction standard added in 2015, there are training we provide on that here.