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Confined Space (OSHA)
LO1: Define confined space
LO2: Describe the two types of confined space and the purpose of a permit
LO3: Identify physical hazards that may exist in a permit required confined space
LO4: Identify atmospheric hazards that may exist in a permit required confined space
LO5: Describe how to protect against flammable and toxic atmospheres
LO6: Explain the importance of pre-job planning and safe entry procedures
LO7: Describe the levels of confined space training
LO8: Identify safe work practices and the elements of an emergency response
LO9: Describe methods used to isolate a confined space
LO10: Identify forms and sources of energy
LO11: Describe the 6 steps of the Lockout- Tagout process
LO12: Explain how to purge and ventilate confined spaces
LO13: Describe different methods used to monitor a confined space LO14 Evaluate different types of safety equipment
Oil & Gas Industry
No prerequisites are required to sit this course.
The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Labour.
In this course you will learn about working within a confined space. You will identify hazards that exist within confined spaces and learn how to reduce the risk. You will be able to explain the importance of pre-job planning and safe entry procedure. You will identify safe work practices and elements of an emergency response. You will describe methods to isolate a confined space and identify forms and sources of energy. You will explain the six steps of the Lockout-Tagout process and how to purge and ventilate confined spaces. You will also describe different methods used to monitor a confined space and evaluate different types of safety equipment.