Confined Space Entry Training

What Is Confined Space Training All About?

Confined spaces, no matter how common in construction and general industries, are inherently hazardous and not meant for continuous occupancy. To fully understand the health and safety risks of entering and working in confined spaces, workers are required to take confined space entry training in compliance with OSHA requirements.

Who Should Take Confined Space Training?

These online training programs are ideal for workers and professionals who must work in or around confined spaces—including storage bins, silos, manholes, pits, pipelines, underground vaults, tanks, and process vessels.

Construction and general industry workers, attendants, authorized entrants, entry supervisors, and even rescue personnel need to take confined space training, as required by industry–specific OSHA regulations. Supplementary training may be necessary, depending on particular on–site hazards at work. Reach out to local regulatory authorities for complete training guidelines.