OSHA confined space requirements for general industry (1910.146) and construction (1926 Subpart AA) require privately-owned businesses, non-profit organizations, and affected governmental organizations to implement a comprehensive confined space entry program for their employees who are involved in confined space entry work. A key element of that program is providing OSHA-required confined space training for all affected workers involved in confined space entry operations. This includes training for confined space entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors, as well as the competent person at construction sites with confined spaces.
Have a highly qualified instructor conduct confined space training for your group of employees. The confined space training can be based on the OSHA 1910.146 general industry standard for entering permit-required confined spaces, or the new OSHA 1926 Subpart AA confined spaces for construction standard. Our confined space trainers can also incorporate the differences, if any, that appear in the confined space entry standards issued by a state OSHA program, upon request. This service is available to employers located across the United States and territories.
Also, trainees have the option to take one of our comprehensive online confined space training courses, available for the construction industry and for general industry. Course options include training for entrants and attendants, entry supervisors, and the competent person at construction sites. Basic “How to Identify Permit Spaces” courses for construction sites and general industry sites also available. Sign up one student, or use our free Learner Management System (LMS) to purchase multiple courses / assign to students / track their progress. Course immediately available upon registration. Students can train at their own pace, logging in and out at any time, even from different computers / devices. Print your personalized training certificate upon successful completion of your course.