Confined Space - Competent Person Training
- Chris Thuneman
Permit Required Confined Space Entry Training module at the Competent Person Level.
(Length: 8 hours)
The attendee to the class will become familiar with the dangers associated with entering into and working safely in confined spaces. The key objective is to educate the participant about controlling hazards, identifying hazardous conditions, physical and chemical properties, toxicity, concentration levels, personal protective equipment use, detection measures, rescue, and first aid in and around confined spaces.
The attendee will be required to successfully complete a written evaluation of the information presented during this training session as recommended by OSHA Regulations 29CFR1926.21 & 29CFR1926.1207.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THE COURSE:
This course is designed for supervisory personnel who will manage others which may be exposed to a Permit Required Confined Space environment.
- OSHA's Confined Space Standard
- Alternative to a full permit entry
- Written program requirements
- Controlling hazards
- Equipment for safe entry
- Detection of hazardous conditions
- Informing contract employees
- Entry permits
- Cancelled entry permits
- Worker training
- Assigned duties
- Authorized entrant
- Entry supervisor
- Rescue service personnel
- Harnesses and retrieval lines
The successful participant will receive a wallet sized, laminated Permit Required Confined Space Training Certification Card valid for a period of two years.
The Confined Space Competent Person Training class is designed for students who will be designated as competent persons by their company and who need to understand the requirements and processes for confined space entry.
Session 1 - Entrant Training
Session 2 - Attendant Training
Session 3 - Supervisor Training
Session 4 - Evaluation