Confined Spaces: Dangerous Places - Interactive CD-ROM Training
Help reduce your employees' risk of accidents.
Entering permit-required confined spaces poses risks to your employees' safety, including toxic environments, engulfment hazards, dangerous moving parts, electrical hazards, pressure dangers, and more.
This program helps you comply with OSHA's confined spaces training requirements. It provides an important training foundation for authorized entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, and rescue services and emergency personnel - anyone with the potential to encounter a permit space.
Confined Spaces: Dangerous Places covers the following topics:
- How identify and work within Permit-required confined spaces
- Understanding PRCS hazards, including: asphyxiating, toxic, flammable, explosive, engulfment, and physical hazards
- Understanding the roles and responsibilities of the PRCS Entry team
- What to do case of an emergency and Rescue Operation.
Employees charged with entering confined spaces, and employees that work around confined spaces.
29 CFR 1910.146
Approximately 1 hour.
After completing this course, employees will be able to:
- Describe what constitutes a confined space and a permit-required confined space
- Identify some of the specific hazards associated with working in permit spaces
- Know the general duties and responsibilities of the authorized entrant, attendant, and entry supervisor
- Identify the role of the emergency rescue team