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Reserve seats for: OSHA Confined Space Entry & Introduction to Basic Rescue - 16 Hours

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Reserve seats for: OSHA Confined Space Entry & Introduction to Basic Rescue - 16 Hours


This course is designed to provide the student’s knowledge and skills sets in order properly identified and control hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry operations, The student shall receive training on Confined Space air monitoring, Confined Space Entry equipment, and skills on how to conduct both a horizontal & vertical entry in accordance with OSHA “Permit Required Confined Space” standard 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1926.21

This course is designed to train students on entry and introduce them to basic rescue operations pertaining to OSHA Permit-Required Confined Spaces. 

 

Course Learning Objectives:


Recognize and explain a Confined Space



Explain the duties and responsibilities of an: Authorized Entrant, Attendant, Entry Supervisor, Rescue and Emergency Services

Identify all physical hazards, electrical hazards, heat & cold related hazards associated with Confined Space Operations

Explain the three (3) types of hazardous atmosphere that are found in a permit confined space

Describe the key elements of a Confined Space Entry permit



Select and place into operation a direct reading instrument(s) to monitor for Flammable Atmosphere, Oxygen Deficiency/Enrichment, Toxic Vapors and Gases

Select and use (don and doff) the appropriate level of respiration protection



Select and place into operation a rescue retrieval system

Describe pre-entry, entry and exit procedures for a permit confined space



Explain and demonstrate energy control procedures



Select and place into operation appropriate ventilation equipment



Conduct confined space entry rescue


 

Course Outcomes:

After this course the student will be more knowledgeable of the OSHA Confined Space Standard, 29 CFR 1910.146 and how to perform limited entry rescue.  This course meets the basic requirements of the NFPA Standard 1006 (Chap. 7) for Awareness Level.

 

Note: This course can be expanded to 32 or 40 hours so as to meet the basic requirements for Operations Level Technical Rescue in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1006 and NFPA 1670 

Cost: $299



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