Confined Space Training - Tewksbury
Date: 12/14/2017 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: Tewksbury Public Library
300 Chandler St.
The Confined Space Training will be for construction and cover the new standard for construction that OSHA issued effective August 2015. It does not train your workers for entry rescue into a Permit-Required Confined Space, but it does cover all aspects of the standard and what is required including: General Requirements, Written Program, Written Permit, Attendant Duties, Entrant Duties, Entry Supervisor Duties, Emergency Rescue.
Who Should Attend
Those involved in projects where people enter sewers, catch basins, tanks, pits, crawl spaces and other similar spaces where people have restricted access and egress. Workers involved in construction projects, supervisors, and other personnel responsible for construction activities should attend this workshop.
Contact Brenda Codella at Baystate Roads for additional information at: email@example.com
Maximum class size is 30
For more information view the course flyer.
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