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Confined Space Training
Confined Space Training Videos, DVDs, Posters, Booklets and more
There are many “workspaces” that are considered confined spaces, they include but are not limited to: hospital rooms, manholes, tanks, underground vaults, storage bins, pits, silos, and pipelines. OSHA's Permit Required Confined Space Safety Regulation (29 CFR Part 1910.146) has a very broad definition for “confined spaces.” These products will be useful to a number of different types of facilities, including manufacturers, utilities, petroleum and chemical industries, hospitals and many others were employees may or may not come into contact with: potential hazardous material in a contained space, heat stress, potential entrapment and many others. These programs help facilities comply with all of OSHA's Permit Confined Space Regulations. The programs provide important training on: Authorized entrants, Attendants, The importance of PPE in a confined space, Entry supervisors, Rescue services, and Emergency personnel.