FAQ about Confined Space Training and Confined Space Certification
Confined space training online provides construction workers and other professionals working on building development and other projects in confined spaces with hazard education. Toxic substances and entrapment are common risks of the job when working in small spaces such as construction spaces, tanks, boilers, ductwork, and storage bins, etc,
These confined space training courses provide construction professionals and general industry workers with confined space certification and the fundamental knowledge needed to stay safe on the job site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Confined space entry training online gives general industry workers, contractors, and construction workers with convenient online education on space entry training.
Space entry training is defined as permit-required confined spaces that have one or more of the following characteristics or hazards:
- Contains material with the potential to engulf an entrant
- Contains or potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere
- Walls that converge inward that could trap or asphyxiate an entrant
- Floors that slope downward and taper into smaller areas that could trap or asphyxiate an entrant
- Contains other health and safety hazards (machinery, wires, heat stress, etc.)
If you work in potentially hazardous or confined spaces, then you should have a confined space certification. However, general industry and construction industry confined space certifications differ, and are designed to provide education on the specific risks of your industry.
As a general rule, if you work in the construction industry as a space entrant, contractor, entry supervisors, safety manager, foremen, etc. then the construction industry confined space certification is right for you.
If you do not work in the construction industry, then general industry confined space training will suffice.
General industry confined space training provides education on navigating confined spaces as defined in the OSHA 1910.146 permit-required confined space standards for general industry.
This includes training for safety managers, job site supervisors, emergency response personnel, and other general industry workers. Subjects covered include:
- OSHA requirements
- Proper Equipment Usage
- Hazard Safety Training
- Safe Work Procedures, etc.
OSHA’s new rules under 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA layout the requirements of space entry training for construction professionals. This covers a range of topics specific to construction including:
- Engineering Controls
- Monitoring & Inspection
- Testing Atmospheres, and more!
Yes. We offer you confined space training online for your convenience.
There are a wide range of general industry and construction professionals that need confined space training certifications. A few examples include but are not limited to:
- Vacuum Truck Operators
- H2S Safety Supervisors
- Utility Locate Supervisors
- Jackhammer Operators
- Pumping Technicians
- Oilfield Laborers
- Construction Inspectors
- Tank Inspectors
Register for Confined Space Training Online
At OSHA Pros, we offer you confined space certification from the comfort of your environment through online courses. Complying with OSHA’s space training requirements, we answer all your confined space training questions. Get in touch with us today to register for confined space training, education, and certification.
Register using the links above or call 1(817) 874-5000