MARCOM's HAZWOPER Confined Space Entry Program assists facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120), and helps employees understand how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their confined space work environments.
The USS Atlanta, a United States Naval Submarine, and its crew provide a dramatic setting to compare the dangers present when working in confined spaces to those of working on a submarine. This bestselling training will torpedo casual safety attitudes and keep your workers safe.
Helping workers understand how mechanical ventilation works within confined spaces will help ensure their safety. This training covers how and when to ventilate, safe ventilation practices and basic safety precautions for workers in confined spaces.
Review how and when to test for unsafe air with your confined space workers in this new release on confined space safety. This course looks into OSHA's definition of confined spaces and how to identify and minimize hazardous atmospheres.
One of the most heralded and awarded training courses on confined space safety, Confined Space Rescue demonstrates safe rescue practices for employees who work in confined spaces and reviews OSHA safety requirements for confined spaces.
This program reviews the dangers of working in confined spaces and helps your organization comply with OSHA 1910.146. Train your workers on the responsibilities of the attendant as well as how to rescue someone from a confined space without endangering one's self.