SST 1-Hour Confined Space Entry
Learn awareness and understand the hazards of working in confined spaces. Enroll now to earn credit for your SST card!
Provider ID Number: 4T02
360training provides this course. 360training is an approved provider by the New York City Department of Buildings.
Includes: Certificate of Completion
About This Course
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Working within confined spaces presents specific challenges and risks.
Between the years 2011 and 2018, more than a thousand workers died from confined space occupational injuries. There are more confined space fatalities in the construction industry than in any other industry.
Confined space hazards don't just endanger those working in them but also anyone who offers assistance or attempts to rescue them. More than 60% of confined space fatalities are would-be rescuers. Understanding the risks is vital to ensuring you and your team remain safe in confined spaces.
In this course, you'll get a basic introduction to working in confined spaces and understand related hazards.
This course fulfills 1 hour of specialized elective credit toward earning or renewing your Site Safety Training (SST) card.
After completing the lessons and passing the 45-question final exam with a score of at least 75%, you'll get a certificate of completion. You get three attempts to pass the final.
This is an AWARENESS-LEVEL training and does not provide any other qualification or authorization outside of the Site Safety Training Card.
This is an awareness-level orientation DOES NOT QUALIFY YOU TO ENTER OR WORK WITH CONFINED SPACES OR PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACES. Before you enter a confined space, your employer must provide advanced training that includes the methods used to isolate, control, or in other ways protect employees from the associated hazards. Employees not authorized to perform entry rescues should be educated about the dangers of attempting such rescues.
What You Get
Certificate of completion
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- What is a Confined Space?
- What is a Permit-Required Confined Space (PRCS)?
- Who is Responsible at a Multi-Employer Worksite?
- Define terms associated with permit-required confined spaces in construction.
- Recognize and avoid permit-required confined spaces in construction.
- Describe regulatory safety requirements associated with permit-required confined spaces.
- Make informed decisions when working near or around permit-required confined spaces, including not entering them unless trained and authorized to do so.
Instructor: John Rupp Jr.
Email: [email protected]