Confined Space Operations – Offshore Competent Person

Course Description

This 16 hour program complies with OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 1915; USCG COMDTINST 500.48a & NFPA 306 training requirements regarding confined space entry competent person in both marine and shipyard operations. Personnel perform practical exercises regarding entry, monitoring, operations and rescue.

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Course Details

Next Start Date:
Sunday August 25, 2019
Prerequisite:

None

Time:
16 hours
Tuition:
$368
Course Availability:
Upon Request

Course Content

  1. 29 CFR 1910.146 and 1915 / USCG COMDTINST 5100.48a / NFPA 306 Overview
  2. Goals of Safe Entry
  3. Evaluating Confined Spaces
  4. Confined Space Definition
  5. Permit-Required Confined Spaces
  6. Non-Permit Required Confined Spaces
  7. Roles of Confined Space Personnel
  8. Acceptable Entry Condition
  9. Prohibited Conditions
  10. Hazardous Atmospheres
  11. Testing & Monitoring Equipment
  12. Behavioral Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Hazard Exposure
  13. Testing & Monitoring Spaces
  14. Duties of the Entrant
  15. Communications Equipment & Tools
  16. Porper Selection & Use of PPE
  17. Personal Fall Arrest & Retrieval Equipment
  18. The Entry Permit
  19. How Hazards Occur
  20. Entry Definition
  21. Preparation for Entry
  22. Pre-Entry Meeting [JSEA]
  23. Duties of the Attendant
  24. Non-Entry Rescues
  25. Non-Entry Rescue Equipment
  26. Ventilation Equipment
  27. Duties of the Entry Supervisor
  28. Permit Requirements
  29. Rescue Requirements
  30. Rescue Planning
  31. Confined Space Permit Completion
  32. Table-top Exercises
  33. Entry exercises with Evaluation
  34. Written Examination