Confined Space/ Competent Person

 

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Next Class – 10/16

Future Dates:  11/13 , 11/20

DISCOUNTED pricing thru 2018 call or text Steve to SIGN UP- 510-364-6010


This course will prepare your employees to safely enter and perform work in vaults, tanks and other types of confined spaces.  Even an excavation could become dangerous when employees are down in the trench.  Come join us to get checked out on permit confined space training.

What does it mean to be a Competent Person in a Confined Space? This class answers these questions and more. Students will learn how to create an entry permit and how to correctly evaluate and determine if permit entry procedures are necessary.

Class Overview:

Students will be taught new OSHA regulations which states that the 4 different roles require specific training and each member of the crew must be rated as competent in 1 or more of these categories.
The 4 categories are :
Entrant, Attendant, Rescue & Supervisor.

Students will learn how to create an entry permit and how to correctly evaluate and determine if permit entry procedures are necessary.
The course meets Fed OSHA 1910.146 & Cal OSHA 1950 Construction Confined Space & General Industry Title 8 – 5157 requirement for Certification of employees who enter or may enter a Confined Space.

Includes demonstrations of air testing, permit procedures and basic retrieval/ rescue (non-entry) techniques. Class time apprx 6 hours.

–  VIEW Rescue Demo Video

**CLASSES with less than 10 students may be rescheduled. All safety classes are payable in advance. Cancellation fees will apply unless 1 week written cancellation notice is given. Cancellation with less than 1 week written notice is non-refundable. Students will be placed in a future class if they cancel or “no show” with less than 1 week notice. Minimum class size requirements are subject to change without notice. NEED MORE INFORMATION or CLASS LOCATIONS? Call or text Steve Turner at 510-364-6010 or email sturner@turnerrisk.com.

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