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Confined Space Entry Training

Permit Required Confined Space for Construction

This course is entirely online and covers OSHA's regulation (1926.1207) on confined spaces in construction. It mandates that all construction workers obtain sufficient training prior to beginning any duties within confined spaces that require a permit.

24 Modules

This course's main objective is to educate construction workers on techniques to operate safely in confined spaces that require permits. You will also find out the key differences between a permit-required confined space and a standard confined space, along with safety protocols that can minimize the possibility of common mishaps and emergencies.

Permit-required confined spaces, sometimes referred to as permit spaces, present significant risks to public health and safety. A permit is required for construction workers to enter this particular kind of restricted area.

Every company has PRCS or permit-required confined spaces. According to OSHA, confined spaces include furnaces, tanks, vaults, sewers, and many other workplaces. You must be appropriately trained to protect your coworkers' and your safety while entering a confined place that requires a permit. This course will teach you how to identify permit-required confined spaces and how to operate safely in them. Additionally, you will be taught what to do if an emergency occurs or if the situation changes while you are operating in a permit-required confined place.


Course Modules - (24)

  • 1) No Escape: Dangers of Confined Spaces
  • 2) Confined Space Intro
  • 1) OSHA's Confined Space Construction Standard
  • 2) Toolbox Talk: Confined Spaces
  • 3) Confined Spaces Construction
  • 4) Top 5 Differences in Construction vs General Industry Safety Standards: Confined Space
  • 5) Standard
  • 6) Permit Required Confined Spaces in Construction
  • 1) 1926 Confines Space for Construction
  • 2) OSHA Standard : 1926 Subpart AA - Confined Spaces in Construction
  • 3) Subpart AA
  • 4) 1926 Subpart AA Confined Spaces in Construction
  • 5) Reason for the Standard
  • 6) OSHA Confined Spaces in Construction Standard – 29 CFR 1926.1200-1213; Subpart A
  • 7) OSHA
  • 8) Permit Required Confined Spaces in Construction
  • 1) Confined Spaces Safety Training Program
  • 2) Training and Education
  • 3) Training – 1926.1207
  • 4) Training and Education
  • 5) 1926.1207 Training
  • 6) TRAINING AND EDUCATION
  • 1) Competent Person
  • 2) 1926.1203 General Requirements
  • 1) Confined Space Basics
  • 2) DEFINITIONS AND EVALUATION OF CONFINED SPACES
  • 3) Identifying Confined Spaces
  • 4) What is a Confined Space
  • 5) Typical Confined Spaces
  • 1) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 2) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 3) What is a Permit Space Program?
  • 4) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 5) Permit Required Control Space Permits
  • 6) Permit Space Evaluation Form
  • 1) Categorizing Work Space
  • 2) Categorizing Work Space
  • 3) Confined Space/Permit Space Evaluation Survey
  • 1) Gases
  • 2) THE FIRE TRIANGLE
  • 3) Kerosene Flash Point Experiment
  • 4) Flash Point
  • 5) Specific gravity
  • 6) The Density of Gases
  • 7) Toxic Gases Can Be In Layers
  • 8) Definitions and Basics
  • 9) PEL , TWA
  • 10) Occupational Exposure Limit Review
  • 1) Information Exchange - 1926.1203(h)
  • 2) Relationship and Responsibility Flow Chart
  • 3) Multi-employer Worksites
  • 4) Host Employer Requirements
  • 5) Responsible Personnel
  • 6) 1926.1202 Definitions
  • 7) Informing Contract Employees
  • 1) Confined Space Roles
  • 2) Duties and Responsibilities of Confined Space Entry Key Persons
  • 3) Confined Space Roles
  • 4) Entry with a Permit - Personnel
  • 1) Permit Entry Systems
  • 2) 1926.1204 Permit Required Confined Space Program
  • 3) Entry Permit Systems
  • 4) Confined Space Entry
  • 5) Entry with a Permit - Procedures
  • 6) Entry Permits
  • 7) Cancelled Entry Permits
  • 1) 1926.1206 Entry Permit
  • 2) Entry Permit
  • 3) Sample Confined Space Entry Permits
  • 4) CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PERMIT
  • 5) What is a Confined Space Entry Permit: Confined Space Hazards
  • 1) Ventilation in Confined Space
  • 2) Confined Space Ventilation
  • 3) Welding in Confined Spaces
  • 4) Ventilation of a Confined Space
  • 1) Hazards of Nitrogen Asphyxiation
  • 2) Confined Spaces Deadly Spaces: Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulphide, and Other Toxic Gases
  • 3) Hazardous Atmospheres
  • 4) Asphyxiation in Sewer Line Manhole
  • 5) Confined Space Hazards
  • 6) HAZARDS OF NITROGEN ASPHYXIATION
  • 7) Hazards of Nitrogen Asphyxiation in Confined Spaces
  • 8) Oxygen Enrichment in Confined Spaces
  • 1) Confined Space Air Monitoring
  • 2) Atmospheric Testing and Monitoring
  • 3) HAZARDOUS GAS TESTING
  • 4) MX6 Confined Space Sampling
  • 5) Confined Space Hazards: Atmospheric Testing
  • 6) Procedures for Atmospheric Testing in Confined Spaces
  • 7) Atmospheric Monitoring Within Confined Spaces: What You Don't Know CAN Hurt!
  • 1) Confined spaces—Physical hazards
  • 2) Engulfment
  • 3) Dangers of Engulfment and Suffocation in Grain Bins
  • 4) Confined Space Non-Atmospheric Hazards
  • 5) Confined Space Hazards
  • 6) Other Hazards
  • 1) ALTERNATE ENTRY PROCEDURE AND PERMIT
  • 2) Alternate Procedures
  • 3) Alternate Entry
  • 4) 1926.1203 General Requirements
  • 5) Entry without Permit
  • 6) Alternate Entry Form
  • 1) Lock out tag out
  • 2) OSHA 1910.147 - Control of Hazardous Energy
  • 3) Control of Hazardous Energy Lockout/Tagout
  • 1) Safety Data Sheet
  • 2) Hazard Communication Safety Data Sheets OSHA Quick Cards
  • 3) What is the GHS?
  • 4) SAFETY DATA SHEETS
  • 5) Safety Data Sheets
  • 1) PRCS Signage
  • 2) Identifying Permit-Required Confined Spaces with Signs
  • 3) 1926.1203 General Requirements
  • 4) Signs
  • 1) Rescue and Emergency Services
  • 2) Rescue in Confined Space
  • 3) Rescue Operations
  • 4) Is 911 your Confined Space Rescue Plan?
  • 5) Retrieval and Emergency Services in Confined Spaces
  • 6) Rescue
  • 7) Rescue Services
  • 8) Rescue Drill (Confined Space
  • 9) Confined Space Rescue
  • 10) Rescue Methods: Confined Space Ventilation
  • 11) Manhole Rescue Training
  • 1) Authorized Entrants – Duties 1926.1208
  • 2) 1926.1208 Duties of Authorized Entrants
  • 3) Confined Space Attendant
  • 4) 1926.1209 Duties of Attendants
  • 5) Entry Supervisor
  • 6) 1926.1210 Duties of Entry Supervisors
  • 7) Duties of Entry Supervisors
  • 8) Confined Space Attendant
  • 1) Rescue: Self
  • 2) Get Out!
  • 3) Self Rescue
  • 4) Self-Rescue
  • 5) Rescue and Emergency Services
  • 6) Rescue Service Personnel
  • 7) Harnesses and Retrieval Lines
  • 8) Pelsue Rescue Pole: How it Works
  • 9) Non Tethered Confined Space Rescue

Who Should Get This Course?


Our permit-required confined space training has been crafted exceptionally for those construction workers who are required to enter permit-required confined spaces or perform the tasks of a permit space supervisor or attendant. In order to keep themselves and their colleagues safe, these employees need to get sufficient training on permit space dangers.

Learning Objectives:


Upon completion of this course, participants will be ready to:

       Explain the reason behind the Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard and the obligations employers have while adhering to it.

       Determine whether companies and sectors are subject to the Permit-Required Confined Spaces regulation.

       Describe the risks that can exist in confined spaces that don't require a permit and those that do.

       Use the information you have been given to classify confined spaces.

So, enroll in our training program to learn every essential detail about permit-required confined spaces before all the slots are filled.

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Price: $29.99 $49.99

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 24
  • Duration : 8 Hours
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Proficient
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