This online confined space training for entrants course will teach Spanish-speaking employees to recognize the hazards of confined space entry, including the signs and symptoms of exposure to hazards. The training course will also teach employees how to test and monitor for hazards that include atmospheric dangers as well as how to work closely with the attendant to enable him or her to monitor your exposure to dangerous situations.
Why “Permit-Required Confined Spaces: Entrant —Spanish” Matters:
Twenty workers die every year in confined space accidents.
Sixty percent of confined space injuries are sustained by the rescuer.
Confined spaces are dangerous places. They often contain numerous potentially fatal hazards.
Everyone associated with a confined space entry must be properly trained and must work together to make sure the workers who go in come out safely.
- Make sure the permit is complete before entering. Implementing a properly completed entry permit is essential to control the hazards of a confined space.
- Know your required duties.
- Observe air monitoring. Air monitoring is critical.
- Follow safe work practices as outlined in the entry permit.
- Be prepared for rescue activities. Entrants should never remove their lifeline, attendants must always be observant, and the entry supervisor must make sure all rescue equipment is positioned near the confined space before approving entry.