Required for The Competent Person, Entry Supervisors, Entrants & Attendants
OSHA confined spaces in construction standards [1926 Subpart AA] requires affected general contractors and sub-contractors to implement a confined space entry program if their employees will enter permit-required confined spaces at a construction site; this includes not only new construction projects, but also demolition sites and major renovation projects. Controlling contractors and the Competent Person for the job-site must also comply with key requirements of the confined spaces in construction standard.
A major element of a confined space program is providing confined space training for all employees involved in confined space entry work at the job site; that includes the competent person who conducts the initial evaluations of confined spaces to determine if they are permit-required spaces, as well as the entrant(s), attendant, and the entry supervisor for crews performing work inside permit spaces. General contractors (aka “controlling contractors”) and host employers also have responsibilities under OSHA’s confined spaces in construction standard. There are no prerequisites required to take the confined spaces in construction training course.
Have a qualified instructor conduct confined space training for construction at your site for your group (weekday or weekend). This service is available to employers located anywhere in the United States and territories (Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, and Guam). All trainees for the on site class receive a manual, note packet, and personalized certificate of completion, and the confined space training training class is documented to meet OSHA certification requirements for confined space training.
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