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  • Understanding Confined Spaces, version 3.0, [Pt 1 of 3]

Video ID:  1438      Date:  2004      Minutes:  24     

Part 1 of 3 programs. For those who supervise or carry out work in confined spaces, or who respond to confined space incidents, this program explains the hazards associated with confined spaces and shows how to prepare a confined space entry program that will protect employees and conform to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and WAC 296-809. Permit Required Confined Space. Explains the difference between non-permit and permit spaces. Discusses the hazards associated with a confined space, including flammable and explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficient and oxygen enriched atmospheres, toxic atmospheres, and physical hazards. Covers topics such as the responsibilities of the entry supervisor, the entrant and the attendant, blinding and blanking, lockout/tagout, atmospheric testing, ventilation, and protective clothing. DVD menu has options to view individual chapters and a self correcting quiz. Revised version includes new information but parts are from an earlier production and somewhat dated. Part 1 Understanding Confined Spaces (1438); Part 2 Confined Space and the First Responder (1411); Part 3 Confined Space Technical Rescue (1415)

Subjects Covered:  Confined Spaces     

Formats Available:  DVD Format     

Closed Captioning/Subtitles:  No     

Languages Available:  English     

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