Safety & Environmental
This course is offered at the Evendale campus or at the client's site.
The target audience for this training program includes: Individuals who are entering the workforce and need to attend OSHA mandated entry level safety training.
This hands-on workshop course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills sets necessary to properly identified and control hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry operations. Students shall receive training on confined space air monitoring, confined space entry equipment, and conducting a horizontal and vertical entry in accordance with OSHA “Permit Required Confined Space” standards 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA.
Help students gain an understanding of:
- Identifying and recognizing an OSHA permit-required confined space
- Explaining the duties and responsibilities of an Authorized Entrant, Attendant, Entry Supervisor, and Rescue and Emergency Services
- How to select and place into operation a direct reading instrument(s) to monitor environments for flammable, oxygen deficient/enriched conditions, and toxic gases and vapors
- How to explain and demonstrate Lockout-Tag-out procedures for Permit Required Confined Spaces in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 & OSHA CFR 1926 Subpart AA
- How to select and identify the appropriate type of respiratory protection
- Pre-entry, entry, and exit procedures for permit required confined spaces
- How to select and place into operation a retrieval system
- How to select and place into operation appropriate ventilation equipment
- How to select and place into operation a fall protection system
- How to explain and perform a Non-Entry Confined Space Rescue
- This course features both table-top exercises and hand-on training and drills on confined space air monitors, fall protection equipment, tripods amp retrieval systems, and proper selection and use of confined space PPE.
- Content is written to meet specific curriculum as listed in OSHA HAZWOPER 29 CFR 1910.146 & OSHA CFR 1926 Subpart AA and course is mapped to specific objectives.
- Student Resources include a detailed student course book and OSHA and ANSI technical references.
- All content has been developed and created by industry leading subject matter experts with years of operational experience. The course material is reviewed at least annually by instructional designers.
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Bob Cutajar, Program Coordinator
Cincinnati State Workforce Development Center
10100 Reading Rd.
Cincinnati, OH. 45241
Office (513) 569-5731