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Confined Space Authorized Entrant Train the Trainer

1-Day Train the Trainer Course based on OSHA 1910.146 & 1926 Subpart AA

Keep Your Workforce Safe with Authorized Entrant Train the Trainer

OSHA confined space entry standards for general industry 1910.146 and their new confined spaces for construction standard 1926 Subpart AA require companies and organizations to implement a confined space entry program if their employees will enter permit-required confined spaces. The management team must understand the hazards of confined spaces, what air monitoring may be required and how to maintain the equipment used, the interoperation of lockout/tagout with confined space safety and hazard posting requirements. The manager must be sensitive to the potential entrant’s psychological responses to confined space work, and the need to develop policy that encourages honest communication regarding fear of entry.

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1-Day Confined Space Authorized Train the Trainer Workshop

Based on OSHA 1910.146 & 1926 Subpart AA, this course will prepare learners to competently administer a training for supervisors, managers, and workers who may need to enter a ‘permit required’ confined space or monitor the safety of workers entering those spaces. It is designed to assist them in understanding OSHA requirements, creating and administering the program to assure worker safety and managing the program once it is in place. The information delivered will be customized to meet the work duties, safety equipment and company policies at your facility. It includes how to assess confined spaces and properly document the results, determination of “permit required” confined spaces, examination of methods of making the space safe to enter so that a permit is not necessary, establishment of a permitting program and continuing assessment and improvement strategies.

Training Objectives

After completing this lesson, participants will be able to:

  • 1. Understand the OSHA requirements regarding confined space entry and why they exist.
  • 2. Determine and document the difference between a confined space and a ‘Permit Required’ space.
  • 3. Examine the workplace to effectively assess confined space hazards.
  • 4. Assess and implement procedures to mitigate hazards where possible.
  • 5. Develop company-specific procedures associated with preparation for entry.
  • 6. Document and communicate the duties of the entrant, monitor and management team.
  • 7. Select and establish a maintenance program for air sampling gear (if required by entry permit)
  • 8. Provide orientation and guidance to workers who will enter and monitor these spaces.
  • 9. Establish procedures for regular and emergency channels of communication with management.
  • 10. Develop an internal or external rescue plan, including selection of non-entry rescue gear if needed.
  • 11. Assess the effectiveness of the entire program and implement changes as needed.

NOTE: Training for this course does not involve an actual entry of a confined space or simulated response to an emergency, unless otherwise arranged. This is not a class in rescue techniques.

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  • Understanding Confined Space Programs
  • Confined Space Hazards
  • Roles & Responsibilities of Confined Space Programs
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Emergency Planning & Confined Space Rescue
  • Preparing to Enter a Confined Space
  • Completing a Confined Space Entry
  • Conclusion
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After completion of this course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and .1 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) for each hour of class.

Training certificate CEUs

All training certificates will be stored by Martin Technical for future reference, validation and 3rd party documentation.

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