A confined space is one that is large enough to enter and perform assigned work in; it has limited or restricted ways to enter or exit the space; and it was not designed to be occupied continuously by a worker. An example is the interior of a storage tank, occasionally entered by maintenance workers but not intended for human occupancy.
The best way to test is with a sampling pump and tubing or a probe attachment. Air monitoring does not end with the pre-entry test. Atmospheric conditions within a confined space are capable of changing rapidly, which makes it very important to continuously monitor for gas hazards.
At the end of the course will be knowledgeable in Confined Space Atmospheric testing and the requirements to keep you and others safe!
At the end of this course you will have 2 attempts to achieve an 80% or above to receive your Certificate of Achievement! Enjoy the course, and please fill out the survey at the end!