Course Name
Confined Space Safety

Contact Hours: 3

Course Description

Working in a submarine has its ups and downs. On the one hand, there is very little space to clean, and they always have that cozy lived in feeling. On the other, you are just a few inches of metal away for being crushed and drowned, and only a few minutes away from suffocating. After completing their tour of our safety course, , your employees will not only be prepared to meet OSHA requirements, but will also be prepared to identify confined spaces and determine if permits are required to work in them. Periscope up, as they discover the role of danger signs, entry permits, attendants, rescue plans, and safety equipment. Head to port, and make sure each worker is prepared to address the requirements to work in confined spaces with . This course can be taken in a self-directed pace. You can achieve a completed program of study in as little time as 30 minutes. You will have 1 year access to this course.


  • You will be able to apply this knowledge in the workplace
  • You will have an appreciable understanding of the subject matter
  • You will be trained in a systematic manner designed to get you up to speed on the subject matter in a short period of time


Testing as part of the course through exam simulation engines.


Course Details

Confined Space Entry

  1. Introduction - Definitions
  2. Hazards Of Confined Spaces
  3. Oxygen Deficient Atmospheres
  4. Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres
  5. Flammable Atmospheres
  6. Toxic Atmospheres
  7. Hydrogen Sulfide
  8. Carbon Monoxide
  9. Engulfment Hazards
  10. Requirements Of The OSHA Standard
  11. Non-Permit Required
  12. Permit System
  13. Entry Permits
  14. Entry Supervisors Duties
  15. Authorized Entrants Duties
  16. Attendants Duties
  17. Rescue
  18. Entry Into Permit-Required Confined Spaces
  19. Conclusion - Practice Safe Confined Space Entry