8-Hour Confined Space Entry Competent Person
This 8-Hour Confined Space course will allow the entrant, attendant, or supervisor to safely and confidently understand and evaluate the hazards and procedures associated with confined spaces. This training will help you to differentiate between a Permit-Required confined space and a Non-Permit-Required confined space.
In addition to confined space entry procedures and hazards, this course will discuss the selection and use of personal protective equipment. Because the use of instrumentation for monitoring is also essential to any confined space operation, the instruction will address numerous types of direct-reading instruments, including their mode of operation and limitations of each type. This course will effectively address the requirements of 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA, OAR 437-002-0146 and WAC 296-809 for confined space entry.
Course Outline and Overview:
- Training requirements
- Conditions that contribute to hazards associated with confined spaces
- Evaluation and classification of confined space
- Responsibilities of Entrant, Supervisor and Attendant
- Proper use of permits and forms
- Discussion and practical exercise of “pre-entry” procedures
- Required equipment for entry
- Atmospheric testing equipment used in confined spaces
This course includes:
- Handout packet including sample permit and checklist.
- Classroom testing
- Hands on use of mock confined space, fall protection equipment and instruments
- Member $239
- Non-member $289
AGC Center, Wilsonville
Contact Judy Robinson, 503-685-8304 or 800-826-6610.