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Confined Space Training: What Entrants, Attendants, Entry Supervisors, And Rescue Personnel Need To Know To Keep Workers Safe

Webinar: ID# 1034614
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A few years ago, a 22-year-old worker died inside a chemical storage tank that was classified as a permit-required confined space while he was attempting to clean it. The worker entered the tank through the top opening using a rope for descent. Although proper personal protective equipment, or PPE, was available, the worker was not wearing it when he entered the tank. Sadly, the worker was overcome by fumes and collapsed onto the floor of the tank.

This incident is all the more tragic because it would have been preventable if the entrant, attendant, entry supervisor, and rescue personnel were properly trained. Each of these “jobs” during an entry into a permit-required confined space plays a key role in recognizing hazards, controlling hazards, and responding to deficiencies or emergencies. When trained correctly as part of a compliant permit-required confined space program, all of these personnel will make a solid team for a successful entry to avoid injury or worse.

Join us for a webinar with popular presenter Bryan Haywood, founder and CEO of Safety Engineering Network (SAFTENG), when he will help you identify whether your training program is compliant, explain how to set up one that is, and walk you through the essential training components for confined space entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, and rescue personnel.What You'll Learn:
  • Recognize the key roles in permit-required confined space entries: entrant, attendant, entry supervisor, and rescue personnel
  • Identify the duties and responsibilities of each role
  • Establish a compliant and effective permit-required confined space training program
  • Discover what OSHA does not say in the standard—but what you must manage in real life
  • And much more, including live Q&A with our expert presenter!
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