Learn the ins and outs of the requirements involved with confined spaces.
This video is designed to make viewers aware of confined space hazards and the steps that must be taken to prevent these hazards from contributing to injuries and deaths. Topics include the definition of a confined space, the written confined space entry program, the difference between permit and non-permit required spaces, confined space hazards and the entry permit system. Also covered are the responsibilities of each of the confined space entry team members: the entry supervisor, the standby attendant and the entrants.
In this video, viewers will see how simple mistakes lead to major injuries and even death during a confined space entry operation. Training topics of the video include duties and responsibilities of each participant in confined space entry: the entrant, the attendant and the entry supervisor. Other topics include the entry permit system, duties of rescue team members, air testing and monitoring, lockout and line breaking procedures and use of personal protective equipment in confined spaces.
Use this video as a tool in conducting the training mandated by the OSHA 1910.146 Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard. Make sure your employees have the "understanding, knowledge and skills" to carry out their jobs safely! Topics include confined space hazards, entry permit systems, duties of the entrant, attendant and entry supervisor, and atmospheric testing and monitoring.
Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. OSHA feels that it is so important for employees to know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances (as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly) they have mandated that anyone working with these materials receive comprehensive training in this area.Definitions of confined spaces.Hazards encountered in confined spaces.OSHA's Permit-Space Entry Program.Duties and responsibilities of the entry team.Atmospheric testing.Protecting entrants in hazardous atmospheres.The use of lifelines in rescue operations.
Employees have been entering and working in confined spaces for many years. Whether you work in manufacturing, a chemical plant or in construction, the hazards you will encounter in a confined space are similar. This video will provide viewers with a basic understanding of potential hazards in confined spaces, when a permit is required for entry, how the permit system works and responsibilities of those involved with confined space entry.
The most comprehensive training kit available--shows your employees a realistic description of a negligent entry into a confined space, allowing them to see the negative consequences of such an action. Teaches them to avoid a similar situation at your worksite.* What is classified as a confined space* Proper entry procedure* Responsibilities of entrants and attendants* Effective and safe rescue methods
Confined spaces can be dangerous, but they don't have to be. No matter what role employees play in their organization's confined space entry program, they must understand their responsibilities and have the knowledge and skills to perform them properly. This program explains why entering confined spaces can be so hazardous and how those hazards can be controlled by following proper confined space entry procedures. Viewers will also learn valuable lessons from a reenactment of a poorly-conducted confined space entry in which three lives are needlessly lost. Topics include the definition of non-permit and permit-required confined spaces, the entry permit system, the four types of atmospheric hazards, atmospheric testing and monitoring, controlling confined space hazards and responsibilities of the entry supervisor, the attendant and the entrants.