Confined Spaces (4 Parts)
Due to their design and limited ways to get in and out of them, confined spaces can be dangerous. This is especially true when you add hazards like asphyxiating or flammable atmospheres and moving parts. Take the courses in this suite to learn what confined spaces are, when they require permits, how rescues work, and what requirements to follow. The courses in this suite are ideal for anyone whose workplace has confined spaces, especially those who may work in or around confined spaces.
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Notes from the SME:
Notes from the SME regarding First Aid: Medical Emergencies:
A confined space must be large enough and designed/configured so that people may enter, has limited or restricted entries or exits, and are not designed for continuous occupancy. What happens when workers need to enter confined spaces that have additional hazards like moving parts or dangerous atmospheres? The nature of the work being performed in the space determines which regulations to follow for either general industry or construction. Still other work locations may have confined spaces but do not expect workers to enter them and must train their workers to recognize confined spaces even if they are not labeled to avoid entry.
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