Public Trainings - Permit-Required Confined Space Entry 15 Hour
Course Description –
This 3-day training provides participants with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform safe entries into permit-required confined spaces under the direction of an entry supervisor. The goal of confined space safety training is to educate all workers on best practices for working in confined spaces so that they’re able to reduce the likelihood of any injuries or fatalities.
Classes include videos, lectures, facilitated student discussions, demonstrations, skill testing, and written testing. The curriculum includes entrant and attendant responsibilities, rules, and skill demonstrations that comply with the OSHA definitions of a confined space entrant and attendant.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- OSHA Standards for General Industry & Construction
- Attendant & Entrant Duties and responsibilities
- Permit & Non-Permit Required Spaces
- Hazard Assessment
- Atmospheric Testing
- Entry Permit
- Entry Team
- Respiratory Protection
- Entry & Rescue Equipment
- Entry Documentation
Who Should Attend?
This course is for any employee who would be assigned by the employer as a Designated Rescuer within their confined space written program. This would include Attendants and Entry Supervisors.
Participants will receive a course completion certificate and earn .1.5 Continuing Education Units from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DS/DW/WW02099014) upon successful completion of the course.