Confined Spaces

Confined Spaces

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OSHA
Confined spaces are generally not designed for people but are large enough for employees and others to access the area to perform certain jobs. OSHA regulations require employers to train employees that are required to enter confined spaces on the nature of the hazards involved, the necessary precautions, safeguards, and the use of protective and emergency equipment. This course will cover the definition of confined spaces, regulations regarding the protection of workers and the public, and safeguards that must be used. You will also review the permit requirements for confined spaces, testing and other requirements.

COURSE INFORMATION

N/A 30 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2018-07-18Updated 2020-11-17

Course Objectives

  • Provide an overview of the OSHA definition of confined spaces and the regulations in place regarding the protection of workers and the public
  • Learn the nature of the hazards involved with confined spaces, and the necessary precautions, safeguards, and emergency equipment
  • Receive recommendations on how to insure a safe work environment through knowledge and caution when working in confined spaces

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