Confined Space Entry Competent Person Training
In this 8 hour program, learn the proper procedures for making entry into confined spaces. All training is documented per OSHA regulations. A certificate is provided upon course completion.
In this 8 hour program, learn the proper procedures for making entry into confined spaces.
- Identify permit and non-permit confined spaces and their hazards
- Roles and responsibilities for entrants, attendants, and supervisors
- Proper use of gas monitoring equipment
- Methods for safe ventilation
- Rescue personnel requirements
- Definition and implementation of OSHA’s alternate entry procedures
- Review OSHA’s requirements for confined space work
- Hazard identification and control
- PPE Selection
- Evaluation of rescue needs and requirements
- Definition of OSHA Competent Person
All training is documented per OSHA regulations. A certificate is provided upon course completion.
Why should you attend?
A competent person is a person who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions that are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees. The competent person has the authority to impose prompt corrective measures to eliminate these hazards. The competent person training will provide more in depth material that that of Basic Awareness Training. Once competent person training has been completed it will be up to each employer determined the competent person designation at each of their job-sites. Although, an individual has completed the training, further demonstration to the employer may be needed in order to show they are capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards. The employer is to make sure the competent person has authority to impose prompt corrective measures to eliminate the hazards. AGC of California Competent Person Training does not give authority, each employer may do so following the participation of training.
About the Instructors
More than 30 years’ experience in the development, implementation, and application of confined space entry programs.