Confined Spaces: Permit Required Employee Training
This training program details procedures and safe work habits to follow when working in or around confined spaces. Workers must be able to identify and evaluate confined spaces and their hazards so they can protect themselves from harm. This course explains confined space hazards and the permit entry system. Learners discover the responsibilities of entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, and rescuers. The learner will be able to differentiate between permit and non-permit required confined spaces. Various atmospheric hazards, such as oxygen-deficient, oxygen-rich (explosive), and IDLH atmospheres are defined.
This course presents interactive instruction covering the following topical areas:
Definition of a Confined Space
Written Confined Space Entry Program
• Written confined space entry program
• Permit & non-permit required confined spaces
• Oxygen-deficient atmosphere
• Oxygen-rich (explosive) atmosphere
• IDLH atmosphere
Other Confined Space Hazards
The Entry Permit System
The Entry Team
This course will measure mastery on each of the following performance objectives:
Define a confined space.
Be familiar with the Written Confined Space Entry Program.
Recognize atmospheric hazards that present dangers to confined space entrants.
Be able to recognize various confined space hazards.
Follow the confined space entry permit system.
Know the responsibilities of the entry team supervisor.
Know the responsibilities of the entry team attendant.
Know the responsibilities of the entry team entrant.