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Regulatory Compliance Length of Video(in Minutes):
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MARCOM Group Ltd., The Description:
MARCOM's "Confined Space Entry" Videotape Program addresses the major areas of employee training required by the regulation. This Videotape was created specifically for OSHA's Permit Required Confined Space Regulation (29 CFR Part 1910.146). Because of OSHA's broad definition of "Confined Space", this Program will be useful to a number of different types of facilities, including manufacturers, utilities, petroleum and chemical industries, hospitals and many others.
The Videotape includes information on contents of the standard, responsibilities of the employer, entry supervisors, attendants and entrants, identifying permit spaces, types of hazards that can be encountered, safety equipment, dealing with emergencies and rescue teams, and more. The Videotape Program comes with a comprehensive Leader's Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Certificate and Training Log.
Confined Space Entry Video and DVD Excerpt:
Confined space entries (CSE) are never routine. You may use the same equipment, run the same tests and even work with the same crew, but the conditions you face inside are different every time. Low oxygen levels, gas leaks and toxic fumes are hazards that can knock you out in a heart beat. Because of the dangers presented by confined spaces the occupational safety and health administration created the permit required confined space regulation. Confined spaces are spaces large enough for a person to enter but access to the space is physically limited or restricted. They are large enough to work in, but are not designed for continuous use. Confined spaces can include tanks, vessles, storage bins, toppers, vaults and pits. There can be a number of hazards associated with confined spaces. Conditions to watch out for working in these spaces include; hazardous atmospheres such as those containing flammable or toxic gases or vapors, atmospheres with too little or too much oxygen, or tight areas that could trap or suffocate you.