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    Confined Space Safety

    Course Objective
    • Confined Spaces are regarded as high-risk areas with strong indications and areas of harm that must be identified, targeted, and controlled.
    • This course helps to assess the importance of identifying different types of confined spaces, based on the permit-to-work system.
    • The risks and hazards of confined space systems are also assessed, based on the type of confined space and the nature of the work being done shall also be assessed.
    • The trainee should also understand how to follow the workplace procedures in the confined space, be able to identify any hazards from the confined space based on those procedures, and based on that how to evacuate safely if something goes wrong.
    The following points shall be discussed in the course:
    • Understand what a confined space is Objective
    • Confined Space Safety
    • Confined Space Safety Objective
    • Confined Space Safety
    • What is a Confined Space
    • CSE definitions by international bodies 
    • Why CSE
    • Cause of fatality in Confined Space
    • Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
    • Permit vs. Non-Permit-Required CSEs
    • Potential Hazards in CSE

    • Learning Outcome
    • Training Objective
    • Confined Space Safety Objective
    • Confined Space Safety
    • What is a Confined Space?
    • CSE definition by NIOSH
    • CSE definition by OSHA
    • Why are we concerned
    • Cause of fatality in Confined Space
    • Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
    • Non-Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
    • Group Exercise
    • Permit vs. Non-Permit-Required CSEs
    • Potential Hazards in CSE
    • Key Definitions
    •  Entry
    • Entrant
    • IDLH
    • Attendant
    • Entry Supervisor
    • Confined Space Permit Example
    • Emergency Rescue is NOT your Job
    • Confined Spaces Should be Marked

    • Workers that have no previous experience in Confined Space Work
    • Workers that need to be prepared for Confined Space Work

    • Confined Space Safety Objective
    • Confined Space Safety
    • What is a Confined Space?
    • CSE definition by NIOSH
    • CSE definition by OSHA
    • Why are we concerned
    • Cause of fatality in Confined Space
    • Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
    • Non-Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
    • Permit vs. Non-Permit-Required CSEs
    • Potential Hazards in CSE
    • Key Definitions
    •  Entry
    • Entrant
    • IDLH
    • Attendant
    • Entry Supervisor
    • Confined Space Permit Example
    • Emergency Rescue is NOT your Job
    • Confined Spaces Should be Marked


    • Basic knowledge regarding Confined Spaces and Permit To Work Areas.


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