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Entry into confined spaces has always required special training, skills, and equipment. But with OSHA’s new construction confined space entry standard, a more detailed approach is needed and emphasis is placed on some work spaces – like attics and crawl spaces – that may not have been treated like confined spaces in the past.
OSHA expects all confined spaces to be evaluated for hazards prior to entry and for a permit to be used for confined spaces that present significant safety or health hazards (permit spaces). In addition, regardless of whether the general/controlling contractor will be entering the space, it has very important responsibilities under this standard.
This training will include discussion on the contents and requirements of the regulation and we will conduct hands-on exercises that build the skills necessary to effectively evaluate and manage entry into a construction confined space.
This program will be especially helpful to those involved in any aspect of construction confined space entry, including:
Kevin Keith, Director of Safety Services, ABC Keystone, provides safety trainings and safety services for the Chapter’s members. Kevin is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science. He has been providing Health and Safety services since 1996. Kevin is an OSHA Authorized Construction Trainer for the Mid-Atlantic OTI Education Center. He has aided with Workers’ Compensation, ergonomics, rehabilitation, fall protection system design and install, developed safety programs for automated systems, jobsite audits, PIT operator trainings, and an extensive list of trainings related to OSHA and safety during his career.
Price includes: various course materials, certificate of completion.
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