Free OSHA Training Tutorial – Identifying Confined Spaces

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This free tutorial from the confined space training professionals at http://www.oshatraining.com/confined-space-entry-training.php addresses the OSHA definition of a confined space. Understanding this definition is the first step toward determining if any spaces at your workplace are considered a permit-required confined space. The three criteria in OSHA’s definition of a confined space (able to bodily enter; limit means of entry or exit; not designed for continuous occupancy) are discussed in detail, and several examples of confined spaces are provided. Free for employers to use for worker training, and non-profit safety organizations to share with their members, compliments of OSHA Training Services Inc. This video cannot be sold nor used to train for profit. Visit our website at http://www.oshatraining.com for more OSHA training resources.

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Daniel Adshead says:

Thankyou for the great clip on this dangerous work environment 👍

fritchk says:

Coming from OSHA, I am surprised it is not CC'ed accurately. Is there a version that is?

Rashid Mehmood says:

CAN ANY ONE INFORM ME ABOUT HOW TO USE LADDER WHEN WE CLIMB UP ON THE STEP OF LADDER

Rashid Mehmood says:

4 FEET DEEP OR MORE EXCAVATION AS DEPTH IS CONCERNED BUT NOT SPECIFIC ACCORDING TO CONDITION

Raswhitelion Fari says:

Well there you go…

misharyutubbee says:

June 17, 2014 fatality at Holcim Cement, Midlothian, TX–due to confined space violation.  Cement tanker driver climbed into the middle tank of his tanker trailer.  Cement got loaded in on top of him.  By the time responders got to him, the damage was done and he was pronounded dead shortly after.

saju pillai says:

oxygen limitation and more(suspect to be toxic gases and kept be close long time )

saju pillai says:

I do not agree on define fully

hamid ali khan says:

what is the minimum dept of confind space?(Just for learning)

2099CEREBUS says:

watched on 12/01/13

Joel Ching says:

Thanks for the educational info

anemometers says:

Thanks for explaining confined space according to OSHA

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