Construction Workers

Confined Space Entry

Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered to be "confined" because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter into, work in or exit from them. In many instances, employees who work in confined spaces also face increased risk of exposure to serious physical injury from hazards such as entrapment, engulfment and hazardous atmospheric conditions.

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Confinement itself may pose entrapment hazards and work in confined spaces may keep employees closer to hazards such as machinery components than they would be otherwise. For example, confinement, limited access, and restricted airflow can result in hazardous conditions that would not normally arise in an open workplace.

Keep in mind: Most permit-space accidents happen for the following reasons:

  • Workers have not been properly trained to recognize permit-space hazards.

  • Hazards are not eliminated or controlled before workers enter the space.

  • Rescuers are inexperienced or improperly trained.


Learning Outcomes:

This course has been developed to explain basic requirements detailed within OSHA General Industry Standard 29 CFR 1910.146, permit-required Confined Spaces, which will assist employers in establishing and maintaining an effective confined space program. For information on Confined Space Entry in Construction.

By implementing such training, your employees will be able to:

  1. Recognize, evaluate, and control confined space hazards.

  2. Save lives and protect employees from job-related injuries and illnesses.

  3. Promote safe and effective work practices.

  4. Reduce preventable workers' compensation costs.

  5. Comply with company procedures and practices.


  • 2 hour 

  • Live virtual training on zoom 


  1. The following topics will be presented in the course:

  • Confined Space Basic Concepts

  • Program Elements

  • The Confined Space Permit

  • Atmospheric Hazards

  • Non-Atmospheric Hazards

  • Controlling Hazards

  • The Confined Space Entry Team

  • Confined Space Rescue

  • Training Requirements



  1. Attendance is only required to pass the course. 

Course Certificate

Certificate: Confined Space Entry
Awarding Body: International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina- USA

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Sample- Certificate


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699 AED

295 AED