All training is held in English only. Students must be able to read, write and converse in English.
Travel and other fees may apply.
Permit Required Confined Space Training
$150/Student; members: $125/student
A confined space is a space with limited entry and egress and not suitable for human inhabitants. An example is the interior of a storage tank, occasionally entered by maintenance workers but not intended for human occupancy.
Learn how to protect from unplanned and uncontrolled hazards when working in confined spaces like tanks, culverts, crawl spaces and drainage systems. This one-day class will teach the students how to identify, classify and control the hazards of confined spaces before anyone enters them. It will address the OSHA standards for both general industry and construction.
The class will cover:
Confined Spaces and Permit Spaces
Work Covered by the Standard
Overview of the Standard
Identifying Permit Spaces
Content of Permit Space Program
Reclassifying a Permit Space as a Non‑Permit Space
Alternate Procedures for Certain Permit Spaces
Entrants, Attendants, and Entry Supervisors
Rescue and Emergency Services