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OSHA Safety Training Requirements and Best Industry Practices for Permit-Required Confined Space Entry (DFS486L)

Presented by: John J. Meola, CSP, ARM
 
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60 minutes
  •  Thu, April 5, 2018
Event Description

Ensure Compliance with the Requirements of the OSHA Confined Space Rule

The OSHA confined space rule was originally written for general industry (OSH 1910) applications. A few years ago, it was extended to include construction (OSHA 1926). OSHA requires that employees be trained and equipped according to a strict set of criteria for authorized entry into a confined space. Confined spaces are ubiquitous throughout industry and all types of infrastructure: in new and old construction, transportation, industrial, manufacturing, chemical, oil, and gas, etc. Because of the inherent risks associated with working in a confined space, most safety trainers need a degree of confirmation and confidence that they are covering all the bases on actual risks and exposures.

Join this session where expert speaker John J. Meola, CSP, ARM will discuss and explain the safety training requirements for permit-required confined space entry in detail sufficient to educate a safety trainer or competent person in the intricacies of providing training under the OSHA confined space standard. Because of the complex nature and distinctly higher level of hazard associated with working in a confined space, this session will provide a clear understanding of your responsibility for employee training under OSHA and best industry practices.

This session will address how to recognize and identify the hazards commonly associated with entering a confined space, and how to maintain documentation for the entry. You will also be able to recognize and identify the qualifications and classifications of personnel involved, using a fire extinguisher, using a respirator in a confined space, and ventilating a confined space. There are a lot of ways for bad things to occur in a confined space. The session will help you plan the operation and train your employees for a smooth, incident free operation.

The session will also address questions such as whether you are addressing the issues that can hurt your people; whether  you are in compliance with OSHA requirements; do you feel confident that your employees will be protected when they go into this confined space and what you could be missing that could hurt your employees. In this session, you will also have the opportunity to ask specific technical and program-related questions, to resolve any doubts or issues.

Session Objectives

This session will help you to:

  • Ensure accident- and incident-free operations in a challenging environment, such as a tank, man hole, sewer line, industrial process, etc.
  • Avoid OSHA penalties for failure to train or failure to properly train employees and other responsible persons in their duties as required by OSHA
  • Get your confined space work done with as much efficiency and safety as possible with a smooth and problem-free procedure
  • Learn how to improve your safety process for confined space entry to predict and avoid problems in the future
  • Make your client and customer more confident in your ability to safely work on their project or premises.
  • AVOID lawsuits and liability from unsafe practices resulting in an accident or worse
  • Review OSHA “1910 general industry” and “1926 construction safety” requirements for permit-required entry in a confined space as contained in sub part J 1910.146 and appendices
  • Understand inter-related OSHA standards such as Lock Out Tag Out, Haz Com and Haz Mat, PPE, Fire Protection, etc.
  • Get references for training, competent persons, authorized persons, atmospheric and other testing requirements, records and documentation, instrumentation and calibration, safety hardware, i.e. tripod and harnesses, rescue provisions, etc.
  • Learn how to protect your employees from the hazards of working in a confined space
  • Learn how to comply with OSHA’s training requirements for allowing employees to work in a confined space

Session Highlights

  • OSHA permit-required confined space entry requirements: there are multiple pages of these requirements
  • Best practices for structuring a training program that will address OSHA’s requirements
  • Practical tips and techniques to achieve compliance, such as using hand-on drills and exercises in advance of actual live entry
  • How to recognize and identify the real and potential hazards that could affect a safety entry
  • The types of work processes inside a confined space that could cause an issue for employees, such as an explosion, fire, oxygen deficiency, flood, engulfment, entrapment, etc.
  • The number one cause of injury associated with working in confined spaces, and how to prevent it
  • What to ask for on an audit for confined space entry compliance

Who Should Attend

  • Safety engineers, safety directors and managers, technicians
  • Corporate safety vice presidents and officers
  • Industrial hygienists, marine chemists
  • Construction superintendents, foremen, supervisors, safety engineers and managers
  • Insurance carrier and agency loss prevention and control representatives
  • Plant managers, operations managers, executives
  • OSHA and other safety state or municipal level inspectors
  • Engineers in training (EIT’s), project staff
  • QA/QC personnel with a responsibility for safety
  • Safety trainers and educational program managers
  • Curriculum development specialists, writers, education and teaching professionals
  • Project managers, project engineers
  • Personal injury and workers compensation attorneys and trial lawyers, paralegals
  • Accident and incident investigators, forensic reconstruction specialists
  • Claims managers, claims adjusters
  • Large trade association safety representatives
About Our Speaker(s)

John J. Meola | OSHA Safety SpeakerJohn J. Meola CSP, ARM
In addition to being a heavily credentialed Safety Professional, John J. Meola, CSP, ARM has a BA Degree in English Literature and Education, which combine to make him a very effective teacher- trainer-presenter, for safety concerns, but also for organization development, leadership and applied behavioral psychology an... More info

 
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