Confined Spaces: Permit-Required
You may be able to enter an enclosed space, but could you get back out safely? If it is a permit-required confined space, you know there is a risk of a flammable, asphyxiating, corrosive or toxic atmosphere. This training will help you understand the hazards associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners are anyone who works in or around confined spaces.
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3. Defining Confined Spaces
5. Confined-Space Entry Team
6. Entry Process
7. Controlling Atmospheric Hazards
8. Equipment and Emergency Response
9. Entry Permit and Space Preparation
10. Emergency Procedures
- List the differences between permit-required confined spaces and non-permit required confined spaces.
- Identify the hazards associated with confined spaces.
- Recall the roles and responsibilities of the confined-space entry team.
- Identify what should be included on an entry permit and other procedural safeguards when Conducting a confined-space entry.
- Know how to respond to emergencies.
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