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Course: Confined Spaces in Construction Duration: 8 hours
Regulation: Subpart AA 1926.1207
What to Bring: Hard Hat, Safety Glasses, and Safety Shoes
Description: This eight-hour confined space training course fulfills the requirements of Subpart AA 29 CFR 1926.1207(a) for health and safety officers, project managers, confined space entry supervisors, entrants, attendants and non-entry rescuers. The course may be customized to include the employer’s written program, procedures and equipment. Hands on use of equipment and demonstrated entry and non-entry rescue are included. Topics to be covered in this class include the OSHA Final Rule, definitions, responsibilities (employee/employer/entry supervisor /attendant/entrant), classification and identification of confined spaces, entry permits, entry preparation, emergency plan, termination procedures, reporting and recordkeeping requirements, training requirements, rescue consideration and others. During the class confined space equipment (atmospheric monitoring instrumentation, ventilation equipment, harnesses, lanyards, retrieval systems, etc.) that may be required for use in confined space operations will be reviewed. Contact us for additional information on specialized courses on confined space hazard and risk assessment for competent persons, first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and entry rescue training.
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