Confined Space Entry - General Industry And Construction
This program addresses the Confined Spaces Standards for both general industry and construction. In 1993 OSHA issued the Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard for General Industry. The Confined Spaces in Construction Standard extends similar protections to workers in the construction industry. The new standard also clarifies many points in the earlier general industry rule. Depending on the tasks their workers will be performing in the permit space, many employers that don't normally consider themselves to be in the construction business may find that the Construction Standard applies to them, as well.
You can provide all of these employers with critical information on how to stay compliant with OSHA's regulations and keep their workers safe in confined spaces. This Confined Space Entry training program provides employees with current facts on confined space hazards, how a Permit Space Program reduces these risks, what roles they may play in a confined space entry, how to keep themselves and their co-workers safe inside, and more.