Confined Space Entrant and Attendant

Learn the Responsibilities of a Confined Space Entrant and Attendant

In this confined space training, students learn to fulfill their assigned responsibilities as Confined Space Entrant and Attendants during permit space entries. The focus is on complying with all the provisions of their location's

Confined Space Entrant

confined space entry policies and procedures. Students receive hands-on training with atmospheric monitors, ventilators, and other entry equipment. Course materials and the training program are designed to meet the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and all state-specific variances.

This course requires about four hours depending on the class size. The content is customized to reflect site-specific concerns.

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Confined Space Entrant/Attendant Course Outline

Permit Space Characteristics
  • Confined Space Identification
  • Hazard Evaluation
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Entry Permits and Hot Work Permits

Atmospheric Hazards

  • Behavior of Gases
  • Oxygen Deficiency
  • Explosive & Flammable Atmospheres
  • Toxic Atmospheres
  • Air Monitors
  • Ventilators
  • Tripods and Winches
  • Limitations & Restrictions
Entry Procedures
  • Permit Compliance
  • Recognizing Emergencies
  • Initiating an Evacuation
Knowledge & Skill Test


This class can be taught either at your location (request a quote) or we also offer this program as an open-enrollment classRegister Now!
Jim Johnson June 29, 2016
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