Confined Space Entrant/Attendant
This course is designed to instruct the participants in the recognition and control of hazards that are associated with Permit Required Confined Spaces. The course focuses on the specific requirements 29 CFR 1910.146 (a) through (k); it does not cover rescue procedures that require rescuers to enter the confined space. This course covers identification of confined spaces, identification and hazards associated with permit required confined spaces, permit required confined space entry procedures and hazard control measures, PPE for permit required confined space entries, basic atmospheric testing and evaluation, and non-entry rescue techniques. This course covers proper documentation of permit required confined space entries using confined space entry permits. Also covered are the roles and responsibilities of the Attendant, Entrant(s), and the Entry Supervisor. A hands-on session involving the trainees participating in a simulated Permit Required Confined Space entry is the final component of the course; this allows the trainees to practice the learned classroom skills under the supervision of the instructor and reinforces the information presented.
NOTE: Participants must bring their most recent copy of 29 CFR 1910.
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