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Confined Space: A space that has all of the following characteristics: It is large enough and so configured that a person can bodily enter; and It has limited or restricted means for entry or exit; and It is not designed for continuous occupancy. Confined spaces can be classified into two categories: Low-hazard confined space; and High-hazard permit-required confined space. Low-hazard confined spaces are those confined spaces that do not contain or have the potential to contain any atmospheric or other hazards capable of causing death or serious physical harm. A lowhazard permit-required confined space may become a high-hazard confined space if there are hazardous materials brought into the space or if hazardous activities are conducted in the space. Permit-required confined spaces are those spaces that contain high hazards and are based on their inherent hazard potential. For a high-hazard permit-required confined space, an entry permit is used to ensure proper hazard evaluation, safe entry, safe work and safe exit. Emergency : Any occurrence or event internal or external to the permit-required confined space that could endanger the entrants, or any condition not permitted on the entry permit. This includes any failures of hazard control, monitoring, communication, or lighting equipment. Emergency Rescue : The procedures by which persons incapable of self-rescue are removed from a permit-required confined space. Emergency Services : Local fire, police and ambulance departments are responsible for emergency response and emergency rescue efforts. Emergency Conditions : Any permit-required confined space situation where any airborne material encountered that is measured or estimated to be at its Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) or 10% Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) value is considered an emergency condition - no entry will be made and the situation must be mitigated by trained emergency response personnel. Engulfment : The surrounding and effective capture of a person by a liquid or finely divided (flowable) solid substance that can be inhaled to cause death by filling or plugging of the respiratory system or that can exert enough force on the body to cause death by strangulation, constriction, or crushing. Entry : (into a permit-required confined space) - When any part of a person's body passes through the plane of the opening of the space. Entry Permit - The written or printed document that is used to allow and control entry into a permitrequired confined space. Entry Supervisor - The person who is responsible for contacting and working with EH&S and determining if acceptable entry conditions are present for entry, for authorizing entry, overseeing entry operations, and terminating any permit-required confined space operations. Hazardous Atmosphere, Potentially Hazardous Atmosphere- An atmosphere that has the potential to cause death, incapacitation, impairment of ability for self-rescue, acute illness, delayed illness

Confined Spaces Awareness A confined space is an area which is substantially enclosed (though not always entirely) and is one where serious injury can occur from hazardous substances or conditions within the confined space or near to the space (e.g. lack of oxygen). A number of people are killed or seriously injured in the UK each year in confined spaces. These incidents occur across a wide range of industries, from those involving complicated machinery through to simple storage solutions. Health and safety training will enable employees working in confined spaces to get the job done safely. Course Content Introduction Course objectives and administrative details. Scope of the problem Facts and figures regarding accidents in confined spaces The consequences of failure. Health and safety law Overview of common and statutory obligations Discussion of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and associated regulations Particular attention to Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 and their relationship to other regulations. Confined Spaces Regulation 1997 Definitions Duties Risk assessment Preventing the need for entry Safe working in confined spaces Emergency procedure Plant and equipment.

This 3-part course will educate you on confined spaces, the identification and control of hazards that can be encountered, and key steps to working safely. Part 1: Hazard Awareness covers how to recognize confined spaces and the types of hazards that may be present Part 2: Hazard Control covers how to control the hazards Part 3: Working Safely covers proper ways to enter and work in a space as well as emergency planning Although the course covers the basics of most legal requirements, there may be some variation between jurisdictions. Links are provided, wherever possible, to documents that cover legal requirements for some jurisdictions. "Confined Spaces: The Basics" is equivalent to the general theory and information provided by a classroom course, however it does not provide the “hands on”, workplace-specific training that allows workers to confidently put the theory learned into actual practice in the workplace. Employers must ensure that this additional workplace-specific training is provided for confined space workers. Case studies and other examples are included to illustrate the concepts as well practical tools such as sample forms and checklists. Quizzes after each part and an exam help to measure and encourage learning. Topics include: Responsibilities of Employers, Supervisors, Workers and Contractors Recognizing a Confined Space Hazard Awareness in Confined Spaces Confined Space Permit Systems Preparing for Confined Space Entry and Work Working Safely in Confined Spaces Emergency Planning for Confined Spaces Upon completion of this course, you will: Know your duties and responsibilities in performing confined space work Recognize the characteristics that define a permit-required confined space Understand the types of confined space hazards and why they are potentially harmful Know the types of control measures used to ensure a space is safe before and during entry Be able to conduct a proper pre-entry assessment and preparation of the confined space Understand the necessary procedures for working inside a confined space Know what to do in the event of a problem or emergency situation Target Audience Workers (including outside contractors) who enter and perform work in confined spaces in the workplace Managers, supervisors, health and safety committee members

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