On average every year in the U.S., 92 workers are killed working in or adjacent to confined spaces. By law, employers must comply with applicable OSHA regulations such as 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA.
NFPA announces a NEW two-day training that uses the requirements of OSHA as a base but goes beyond OSHA regulations to provide practical guidance on how to comply with the requirements in these regulations. You’ll learn directly from NFPA code experts about NFPA 350’s provisions that help you recognize, evaluate, and control hazards, so you can avoid devastating accidents. Scenario-based, hands-on exercises and collaborative discussion help you interpret and apply concepts.
This class is valuable resource for anyone who designs, enters, or works in confined spaces, or supervises workers in a facility that has one or more confined spaces, including: facility managers, engineers, safety and compliance managers, risk managers, plant technicians, industrial hygienists, technicians/workers, and contractors/installers.
Make the time for this important training. The class will be held in Dallas this October.
NFPA® has created a 5-minute, online program to help employees identify confined spaces. Developed by Nancy Pearce, CIH, Senior Fire Protection Engineer and staff liaison to the NFPA 350 Technical Committee, this interactive program is a great resource for you to share. Plus the program serves as a preview of the format of the online training series. Click here to start the program.
Learn more at: nfpa.org/training