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Avoid Huge Fines! Confined Space Awareness DVD

Avoid turning a routine job into a rescue or recovery

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Handouts include over 100 pages of informational materials, forms, and checklists

FACT: Cal/OSHA has placed special emphasis on confined space–In every inspection inspectors look at companies who may have confined spaces and fines are rising
LEARN Directly from Cal/OSHA:

  • What it’s looking for;
  • What it’s goals are;
  • How to comply and avoid fines

 

FACT: You must take specific precautions before you clean, enter or otherwise allow personnel into confined spaces.
LEARN What you need to know about:

  • Exactly what a confined space is;
  • What are the hazards;
  • Regs you need to follow;
  • When you need a permit to enter your own space
  • How your IIPP could be deficient

 

FACT: Fines are increasing and specific steps must be taken before you send people in.
LEARN from our experts:

  • Safe entry procedures
  • Equipment to have
  • Staff standing by – positions you might need
  • Is there a Lockout/Tagout Component?

 

FACT: Top Industry and government experts will teach you the steps you need to take in order to protect your workers and company
LEARN about rescue:

  • Is it enough to count on the Fire Dept for rescue
  • Who else needs to standby?

 

Handouts include over 100 pages of informational materials, forms, and checklists

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In this DVD ….

  • Where is OSHA on this Issue?
  • What is a Confined Space
  • What are the Hazards
  • Which Regs do you need to know and follow?
  • Safe Entry
  • Positions and Staff Prior to Entry – What people go where
  • Equipment
  • Do I need a Permit to enter my own Space?
  • Can I count on the Fire Department?
  • How Does Your written Plan and IIPP Fit In?
  • Is there a lockout/tagout component

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Confined Spaces:

Attic spaces
Boilers
Clarifiers
Cooling towers
Engine Compartments
Feather and blood pits
Intermodal tank containers
Offal collectors
Tanks – Opened & Closed Top
Bailwater tanks
Baker tanks
Digesters
Fuel tanks
Storage tanks
Autoclaves, Retorts
Caissons
Cofferdams
Crawls spaces
Excavations, Trenches
Furnaces
Kilns
Ovens
Pump/lift stations
Service pits
Steam condensers
Sumps
Vats
Washers
Bag houses, Duct collectors
Casings
Concrete mixers/ready mix trucks
Culverts
Fan rooms, mixing chambers
Grain bins
Manholes (*what do they access)
Pipe assemblies
Reaction vessels, Drums
Sewers
Steam and utility tunnels
Trailers and Railcars
Vaults
Water separators
Balers and compactors
Chimneys, stacks
Condenser pits
Cyclones
Elevator Pits
Hoppers
Mixing tanks
Portable tanks
Rotary Kilns and Dryers
Silos
Storm drains
Utility chase
Ventilation ducts
Wells

Qualified & Relevant
Confined Space Faculty
:

Kent FreemanKent Freeman, authored the California State Fire Training Divisions’ Confined Space Rescue “Awareness” program

Jay JamaliJay Jamali, CSP, CHMM, CHCM, is the subject matter expert on confined space for the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)

ericbergEric Berg, MPH, is a Senior Safety Engineer with Cal/OSHA, investigates confined space accidents and fatalities


Get CE Credit for Confined Space Webcast

  • 1.0 Hour California State Bar Continuing Education MCLE
  • 1.0 Hour CDI Continuing Education (pending)
  • 0.33 ABIH Industrial Hygiene Certification Maintenance Points (pending)
  • COCs for CSPs – Be sure to check BCSP Recertification Guide for details, available for download on the Recertification page at www.bcsp.org/recertification

Jay Jamali Jay Jamali, CSP, CHMM, CHCM, is the subject matter expert on confined space for the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and presents at local, state, national and international conferences on confined space safety. Jay has developed multiple confined space entry programs and has acted as an attendant, entry supervisor and rescuer during confined space operations. Over 20 years of EHS experience follow a BS in Occupational Safety & Health, and a Masters Safety Management. He is on the faculty of UC Santa Cruz safety and hazardous materials management certificate program. He is the (EHS) Director for Enviro Safetech, based in San Jose, California. He has evaluated thousands of confined spaces at client sites involved in manufacturing, construction, military, bio tech, pharmaceutical, higher education, etc.
Kent Freeman Kent Freeman, is a 30-year veteran of and recently retired as a Captain and Coordinator of technical rescue services for the Roseville, California Fire Department. Working extensively in the area of Confined Space Entry/Rescue since 1993, he authored the California State Fire Training Divisions’ Confined Space Rescue “Awareness” program, and was the project leader for curriculum development for the Confined Space Rescue Technician program. He was instrumental in the development of six permanent confined space rescue training centers as a California State Fire Training Senior Confined Space Rescue Technician Instructor. He has completed work with Cal-OSHA on a project developing a text: Is it Safe to Enter a Confined Space? to guide general industry on developing regulatory compliant confined space entry programs. Kent is a principal of California Health and Rescue Training, where he provides specialized training programs for Fire Departments and private industry throughout the US.
ericberg Eric Berg, MPH, is a Senior Safety Engineer with Cal/OSHA. Eric is in charge of training Cal/OSHA inspectors in the enforcement of confined space regulations. Eric has worked for 15 years with Cal/OSHA Enforcement and currently is in Cal/OSHA’s Research and Standards Unit. Eric has investigated numerous confined space accidents and fatalities and is qualified in evaluating confined space procedures for compliance with California law.

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Handouts include over 100 pages of handouts.