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Confined Space Entry Rescue Refresher

Regulation OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146
Course Length 8 hours
Course Capacity 10
Pre-Requisites Confined Space Entry w/ Non-Entry Rescue
Who is this for? Any employee who would participate in a Confined Space Rescue Team and has previously taken Confined Space Entry Rescue Training
Course Description Paragraph This course reviews the responsibilities for confined space supervisors, attendants, rescuers, and entrants. It offers a comprehensive coverage of 29 CFR 1910.146 OSHA Standard. The classroom and table-top sessions introduce the student to the regulatory requirements. This course includes but is not limited to the following:
Course Description Points

Requirements of OSHA 1910.146

Responsibilities of managers, supervisors, entrants, and attendants

Types of confined space emergencies

Permit required and non-permit required entry procedures

Confined Space Rescue Entry

Responsibilities at the facility level

The posting of warnings

The written program for a permit required confined space

Air quality requirements and the use of ventilation equipment

Thermal dangers

Non-entry rescue and debriefing

Confined Space Training Form
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Mary Krampe
Senior ES&H Specialist
Fisher Controls

OMG – best instructors ever!!!!!!!!!  Seriously, I would like to have them back every year in November to facilitate refresher training for us…fantastic!

Danielle Lindsey
Human Resources Manager
McCormick Spice

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Christine Parke
Field Office Coordinator
DPR Construction