Confined spaces incidents aren't the most common, but they can be the most deadly. That's because the hazards tend to be misunderstood or underestimated. And many confined spaces fatalities involve not one, but two, victims: the worker and the rescuer.
OSHA's Permit-Required Confined Spaces Regulation was created to help prevent these incidents. The National Safety Council's Confined Spaces Compliance Training Seminar can help you put the regulation into practice and save lives.
Through discussion and activities, our professional facilitator will break down the regulation into terms you can understand. In just four hours, you'll earn practices and procedures that will keep you in compliance and, best of all, protect your employees.
Key elements of the OSHA Permit-Required Confined Spaces Regulation (29 CFR 1910.146)
Confined spaces concepts and terminology
The difference between confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces
How to identify and evaluate hazards: atmospheric, mechanical, chemical
Procedures for controlling hazards
Proper protective equipment for confined spaces
Duties of the entry supervisor, entrant, and attendant
Procedures for self-rescue, non-entry rescue, entry rescue by company employees, and entry rescue by emergency responders
Completing the entry process
$110 Member $145 Non-Member 4 MESH Hours
All class times are 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
March 16 in Raleigh
April 4 in Charlotte
July 12 in Raleigh
October 3 in Charlotte
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Call Matthew Thompson in Raleigh at (919) 719-9818 or Derrick Foxx in Charlotte at (704) 644-4220