Confined Space Entry

Cost: $195 per participant / Contract Pricing Available

Length: 8 hours

CEUs: 8

Course Description:

Confined Space Entry is an integral part of water and wastewater safety. Each year there are hundreds of accidents and injuries, some even resulting in death, associated with Confined Space Entry.


29 (CFR) Code of Federal Regulations 1926

29(CFR) Code of Federal Regulations 1910; Occupational Safety & Health Administration 1910.146

TCEQ 30 TAC 290 and 30 TAC 217

Course Overview

  1. Training for to meet state and federal regulations on Confined Space Safety Awareness
  2. Include discussion covering the following topics:
  3. Identifying risks and hazards associated with confined spaces
  4. Determining the correct protective system based on job tasks
  5. Understand the role and responsibility of a competent person
  6. Identifying risks and hazards associated with confined space entry
  7. Identify protective measures to minimize hazards including ventilation
  8. How to complete a confined space permit

Student Evaluation Method(s)

  • Question & Answer sessions
  • Ensure that all Participants signed in

Course Goals

The goal of this course is to establish safe work practices, evaluate conditions and understand the protective systems associated with confined spaces.

  • Identifying risk factors
  • Understand Air monitoring
  • Know about Rescue procedures