Confined Space Entry Training

Confined spaces can be some of the most dangerous work areas at a jobsite. To address the risk, OSHA requires training for workers either exposed to – or have the potential to be exposed to, confined space hazards. Confined spaces can be found in many areas of the jobsite such as manholes, pipelines, pits, silos, storage bins, and tanks. The IPS Group’s eight–hour course satisfies the confined space training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.146. These in class sessions are ideal for workers who must perform duties in permit–required confined spaces – including maintenance technicians, pipeline workers, emergency response personnel, and other general industry workers. Through this course, you will learn what it takes to be compliant with the latest standards from OSHA on confined spaces in the general industry.

The IPS Group’s eight–hour course satisfies the confined space training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.146. These in class sessions are ideal for workers who must perform duties in permit–required confined spaces – including maintenance technicians, pipeline workers, emergency response personnel, and other general industry workers.

Through this course, you will learn what it takes to be compliant with the latest standards from OSHA on confined spaces in the general industry.

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