Confined Space Training

 Confined space training is mandated by Federal regulation 29 CFR 1910.146 and Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR) The training programs provided by NVTA meets and in many cases exceeds these regulations

CONFINED SPACE TRIANING
Awareness Class: 6 hours

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

   This program is a must for any employees who will encounter confined  spaces during their normal workday.

OVERVIEW:

   This program provides the participant with information to understand  the requirements set forth in CAL OSHA regulations pertaining to permit confined space entry. The program covers equipment requirements and  personnel requirements for developing compliant and safe confined space entry operations.

Confined Space Entry Class: 18 hours

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
   Employees who make entry into confined spaces to perform work and/or repairs.

OVERVIEW:

   This comprehensive training will review the organization's written Confined Space Entry Program to  include permit and non-permit confined space classification, attendant duties, entrant duties, and entry supervisor duties, hazards of entering a confined space, isolation and ventilation methods, air  monitoring, confined space testing, work practices, preventing unauthorized entry, personal protective equipment.

Confined Space Rescue Class: 12 hours

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

   Rescue team members who are First Aid/CPR certified and Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)  trained

OVERVIEW:

   This course provides on site rescue employees with a comprehensive understanding of incidents  involving a confined space. This course teaches the responder how to recognize the hazard, access the victim, stabilize the victim, and the proper procedures for retrieval. And an understanding of the tools  and equipment needed to perform a rescue. 

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