Confined Space Entry

8 or 16 Hours

Confined Space Rescue

8 or 16 Hours

These eight hour courses were designed for hands-on training and are tailored to the unique concerns that are involved with confined space entry and rescue. The program will cover 29 CFR 1910.146 (OSHA) permit-required confined space and 29 CFR 1910.147 (OSHA), Lock-Out / Tag-Out. This comprehensive course will include a review of rescue equipment and supplies, rescue techniques, training requirements, and performance testing. The course will cover the following:

  • Preparing the vessel for entry ( cleaning etc. )
  • Lock-Out / Tag-Out
  • Blanking
  • Atmospheric testing
  • Protective clothing
  • Safety equipment required for entry and work
  • Permitting
  • Communications
  • Air line respiratory
  • SCBA
  • Tank entry
  • Confined space rescue
Click here for the full agenda for our Confined Space Training.

In order to ensure the program has met its goal and the students are fully qualified in Confined Space Entry and/or Confined Space Rescue as per 29 CFR 1910.146 (OSHA), all students will be given a pre-test and post-test based on the previous activities. In addition, each students skills will be evaluated during each field evolution. Minimum written test scores are 70% while field evolutions require 100% compliance as determined by each instructor. Certificates will be issued to all students meeting this criteria.

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