Course Description: Increase knowledge of hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry in general industry and construction. Topics include: OSHA standards for confined space entry and the implementation in general industry 1910 and construction 1926; hazards associated with confined space entry; permits, procedures and written programs; roles and responsibilities of entrants, attendants and supervisors; personal protective equipment; ventilation and purging; appropriate atmospheric testing equipment and limitations; functional use and application of metering devices; and emergency procedures and confined space rescue requirements. Participants explore the use and limitations of explosion meters, oxygen meters and other test equipment, and learn the operation and calibration of gas monitoring equipment. This course includes confined space entry exercises and demonstrations. Expanded curriculum to include Subpart AA Confined Spaces in Construction.
Days: 3 | Credits: 2.0 CEUs, TCH | $795
|NCOS-2264-N3OL||March 24-26, 2021||ONLINE|
|NCOS-2264-N7C||July 14-16, 2021||Mashantucket, CT|