- Confined Space: Entrant and Attendant Training
In this confined space training, students learn to fulfill their assigned responsibilities during permit space entries. The focus is on…
- Confined Space: Entry Supervisor Training
The objective of this confined space training is to train workers to fulfill their responsibilities as Entry Supervisors. Entry Supervisors are…
- Confined Space: Train-the-Trainer
The objective of this confined space training is to teach students how to train workers to comply with the provisions…
As one of our core safety offerings, D2000 Confined Space Train the Trainer provides safety managers, supervisors, and other professionals with the information and tools they need to develop, implement and maintain an effective permit-required confined space safety program. One essential aspect of and confined space program is the ability to train entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors.
By training entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors on the best safety practices and the requirements of their location’s confined space policies, employers will be able to create teams of people who are equipped to handle any permit-required confined space entry effectively.
In this class students will also have ample opportunities to analyze and discuss various confined space scenarios designed to build their skills as an important safety resource at their work location.
This class will benefit the students by giving them access to information, practices, and other tools that will help ensure safety during permit space entries.
Our Confined Space: Train the Trainer course examines:
- Characteristics and Hazards of Permit-required confined spaces—This module covers the essential characteristics of confined spaces and associated hazards such as atmospheres, exposure to energy, engulfment, falls, and electrical safety. It also covers reclassified confined (non permit-required) spaces.
- Roles & Responsibilities—An essential element of OSHA compliance is the ability of attendants, entrants, entry supervisors, record keepers, and rescuers to fulfill their responsibilities.
- Regulatory Requirements—This section analyzes employer obligations, elements of an effective permit space program, entry/work permits, alternate entry procedures, and more.
- Atmospheric Management—Learn how the use of atmospheric monitors and ventilation procedures can ensure the safety and health of entrants.
- Entry Procedures—This module leads the students through the process of opening a confined space, completing a confined space permit, isolating the confined space, ensuring entry permit compliance, recognizing emergencies, and when to initiate a confined space evacuation.
- Conducting Classes—Topics covered include training for adults, effective class environments, curricula use, and adding site-specific information.
D2000 Safety is committed to providing high quality training and consistent course outlines to ensure you receive the best possible training experience. When you turn to us for training, you’ll find a team of experts skilled in all areas of safety and rescue procedures, equipment, and scenarios. Our Confined Space: Train the Trainer course gives you access to a full course curricula designed to cover all essential aspects of the confined space training so students are prepared to use of their new skills and knowledge upon completion of the course.
Confined Space: Train the Trainer—OSHA and Other Requirements
D2000 Safety is focused on giving you the tools that will help you comply with OSHA regulations, specifically, 29 CFR 1910.146 and other state-specific standards. In this course we also look at the confined space requirements specified in 29 CFR 1910.252 which focuses on welding safety. When you turn to us for confined space safety training, you will have the advantages that come with working with experts in this field. With support from our instructors, you will work through our full course curricula including all facets of confined space safety.
Other D2000 Safety Training Courses Include:
- Excavation Safety Training: Basic Skills and Competent Person
- Fall Protection Training: Train the Trainer, Competent Person, and User
- Supported Scaffold Training: Competent Person