Did you know that 89% of confined space fatalities occurred with jobs authorized by supervisors, and 80% of fatalities happened in locations that have been previously entered by the same person who later died? Now is the right time to get started on becoming compliant with the Confined Space standards. National OSHA Foundation training and course content will help you navigate through the standard and ensure you are fully prepared to take on your job with confidence.
Work anytime, anywhere at your own pace, and when you feel comfortable with the material, you can then take the certification exam. Take it as many times as you’d like until achieving a passing score.
The confined space training program has been developed to satisfy all requirements nationwide. We help you avoid penalties & injuries by ensuring the highest quality training material available.
This course was able to provide me with the knowledge and certification necessary to land my job and it has given me confidence in taking on the every day stresses my work presents!
Toyota’s number one priority is safety. Managing a manufacturing campus of 10,000 employees, OSHA compliance is something we take very seriously. Confined Space protocols and training is paramount, therefore we mandate all necessary personnel be competent and certified.
We’ve made it easy to meet the Federally Mandated requirement
Complete the 1-hour online curriculum and test.
Automatically print Certification & Onsite Evaluation Checklist
Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered “confined” because of their configurations. A confined space is large enough and configured in such a way that you can enter and perform assigned work. A confined space has a limited or restricted means of entrance or exit, and a configuration that can make first aid, rescue, evacuation, or other emergency response activities difficult. They are not designed or intended for continuous occupancy.
persons supervising confined space entry,
Anyone entering & employees entering and working within a confined space, and attendants – those persons tasked with assisting with the entry, but not actually entering themselves.
Examples include storage tanks or bins, mixing tanks, railroad tank cars, silos, vaults, and pits.
This online course satisfies the training requirements for the OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.146 Permit-required and Non-permit Confined Spaces Standard.
A hazardous atmosphere
A hazardous internal configuration
An entrapment hazard
Other physical, chemical, mechanical, or biological hazards.
Identify characteristics and examples of a confined space
Identify the potential hazards of a permit required confined space
Recognize the difference between a permit required confined space and a non-permit required confined space, as well as the criteria for reclassifying a confined space
Identify your employer’s responsibility to establish and implement safety procedures and protocols for working in and around permit required confined spaces
Recognize the criteria on an entry permit
Identify the hazard controls that must be implemented prior to entering a permit required confined space
Recognize the responsibilities of personnel who work in or attend permit-confined spaces
Identify rescue resources and how to plan for emergencies
The average time for completion is 1 hour.
Completing a formal instructional & educational training class that meets OSHA standards
Completing a formal evaluation (online or in a classroom)
Presenting the written records of certification to a future or current employer for hands on evaluation, sign-off & approval
This course satisfies all of the requirements mandated through the Occupational Safety Health Administration, and provides the written documentation needed to provide to an employer.