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 of their location's written confined space program. Essential elements of a comprehensive permit pace program include:

  • Identifying the location's confined spaces and assessing the hazards.
  • Establishing work policies and procedures to manage those hazards.
  • Proper use of the safety equipment (e.g., gas monitors, ventilators, harnesses, tripods) needed to follow safe work policies and procedures.
  • Having access to an onsite rescue capability or contracting the the services to professional standby rescuers.

This course meets the requirements of OSHA 1910.146 and can also be offered on-site.

COURSE OUTLINE

Characteristics & Hazards of Permit Spaces
  • Characteristics of confined spaces and permit spaces
  • Design- and use-caused Hazards
Roles & Responsibilities
  • Attendants
  • Entrants
  • Entry supervisors
  • Record keepers
  • Rescuers
Regulatory Requirements
  • Employer obligations
  • Permit space program
  • Entry and work permits
  • Fall protection and retrieval
  • Reclassifying permit spaces
  • Alternate entry procedures
  • Vault entry procedures
Atmospheric Management
  • Atmospheric monitors: Calibration, zeroing, and proper use
  • Ventilation procedures and restrictions
  • Respirator limitations and restrictions
Entry Procedures
  • Permit compliance
  • Recognizing emergencies
  • Initiating an evacuation
Conducting Classes
  • Principles of adult learning
  • Conducting effective classes
  • Using the curricula
  • Adding site-specific information
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Jim Johnson April 17, 2014
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