Confined Space Entry (OSHA and NSTC Offered)

Provider: Beacon OHSS

Website:
https://www.beaconohss.com/services/training/

Places: Anchorage, Kenai

The OSHA course will include review of the OSHA requirements for general workers to enter and work in both Permit-Required and Non-Permit Required Confined Spaces. It meets the requirements of OSHA 1910.146 Permit Required Confined Space Entry for General Workers. The NSTC course offers an overview of the safety procedures for employees entering and working in confined spaces. It emphasizes the characteristics of a confined space, the permitting requirements, identifying hazards, the step-by-step procedures for entering and working in a confined space.


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