Confined Spaces: Entry Team Training - Construction Activities - Pay Per View Training (08609)
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Confined Spaces: Entry Team Training - Construction Activities - Pay Per View Training

Helps employees meet requirements of the new OSHA standard regarding construction activities in confined spaces. Read more.

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OSHA issued a final standard for construction work in confined spaces, which will take effect August 3, 2015. The new standard, Subpart AA of 29 CFR 1926, sets requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees engaged in construction activities at a worksite with one or more confined spaces. However, the standard does not apply to construction work regulated elsewhere in Part 1926 for excavations, underground construction, and diving operations. Learn more about new confined spaces rule.


  • The new OSHA Standard requires that companies that do construction activities must "ensure that each of its employees who enter a permit-required confined space acquires the knowledge and skill necessary for the safe performance of confined space entry operations"
  • Addresses initial and refresher training requirements for the core members of entry team:
    • Authorized entrants
    • Attendants
    • Entry supervisors
  • Covers general aspects of working safely in confined spaces while ensuring compliance with the training requirements of the new regulation
  • Covers key information for safely performing construction activities in confined spaces:
    • How to recognize the signs, symptoms, and characteristic effects of exposure to confined space hazards
    • Precautions that must be taken before a confined space is entered
    • How to recognize and avoid unsafe conditions
    • Proper use of required protective and emergency equipment
    • Defines the role of the emergency rescue team
  • Ready-to-use training program includes several components
  • Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

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Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Program Type Language Format Copyright Date
39448
Basic Program - English
Basic
English
Pay Per View
2015
45890
Premium Program - English
Premium
English
Pay Per View
2015
47367
Basic Program - Spanish
Basic
Spanish
Pay Per View
2015
47368
Premium Program - Spanish
Premium
Spanish
Pay Per View
2015

More Info

Pay Per View BASIC Program includes:

Main Program

  • 27-minute video - Provides an overview of the hazards inherent to permit-required confined spaces on construction jobsites; precautions that must be taken before a confined space is entered; how to recognize and avoid unsafe conditions; and proper use of required protective and emergency equipment.
    • Introduction
    • Characteristics of confined spaces and the risks of working in them.
    • OSHA requirements that employees need to know.
    • How to stay safe when working around a confined space.
    • Employer requirements for identifying and classifying confined spaces.
    • Hazards of confined spaces:
      • Atmospheric hazards
      • Engulfment Hazards
      • Configuration Hazards
      • Physical hazards
    • Precautions to be taken before entering a confined space:
      • The entry permit.
      • Hazardous atmosphere tests.
      • Controlling engulfment, mechanical, electrical and pressure hazards.
    • The confined space entry team and their roles.
    • Safe entry of a confined space:
      • The steps of a typical pre-entry sequence.
      • The steps of a typical entry sequence, including cancellation requirements.
      • Proper use of required protective equipment.
      • How to recognize and avoid hazards while in the space.
      • Communication requirements.
    • Planning for a rescue:
      • The steps of a typical rescue procedure.
      • Examples of confined space accidents.
      • Why untrained workers must never attempt a rescue.
  • Bonus Materials
    • Quiz (10 questions with video remediation)
    • Note to Trainers (running time: 4 minutes)
    • Review Video (running time: 10 minutes)

Components

Basic Program includes access to:

  • Video - Main Program
  • Video – Note to Trainer
  • Video - Review
  • Trainer Guide
  • Quiz (with Answer Key)
  • Learning Activity (1)
  • Images (3)

Program with Premium Content includes access to everything the Basic program has, plus the following:

  • Powerpoint® Presentation (1)
  • Quiz Bank (with Answer Key)
  • Learning Activities (with Answer Keys)
  • Images (9)
  • Posters (2)

Standards Info

 

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System Req.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Vista or Windows 7
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher; or Firefox 3 or higher; or Chrome 7 or higher
  • Adobe Flash 8 or higher (Ensure other applications like Quicktime, iTunes, Real Player, or Windows Media Player aren't set as the default streaming application, as this might affect the video player.)
  • 1.2 GHz processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Broadband Connection to the Internet

  • Make sure you have a broadband connection to the Internet, not a dial-up connection. Check to see that no other devices or software in your system are using up bandwidth. We recommend at least a 3.0-Mbps connection speed for high-quality video and at least 1 Mbps for uninterrupted basic-quality video.

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