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Confined Space Rules for Construction that are in the Final OSHA Rule

Instructor: Gregory Pattison
Product ID: 704022
  • Duration: 100 Min

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This training program will offer the latest from the 621-page OSHA Final Rule regarding construction confined spaces. Attendees will understand the new and changed definitions, responsibilities as the controlling employer under OSHA, and when a worker permit confined space is required.

Why Should You Attend:

The definition of a confined space in construction has changed under OSHA. Without this knowledge, you may be subject to OSHA violations, fines, higher EMR and Worker Comp costs. In addition, if you are found negligent you may be subjected to lawsuits and other legal proceedings.

In this interactive session, attendees will gain up-to-date knowledge, the latest information and what are considered best practices with regard to confined spaces at you construction site. The course will also help arm yourself with cutting edge tools, the latest legal developments and practical advice on the challenges of recruiting, background screening and hiring the best people for your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • Get the latest from the 621-page OSHA Final Rule regarding construction confined spaces
  • Learn the new and changed definitions
  • Understand the responsibilities as the controlling employer under OSHA
  • Learn when a worker permit confined space is required
  • When testing and monitoring is required
  • What training is now required
  • How to train for emergency procedures
  • Duties of authorized entrants
  • Duties of attendants
  • Duties of supervisors
  • Rescue and emergency services
  • Proper PPEs

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Regulations, rules, standards that impact construction sites with regard to confined space
  • How lack of training records can cost employers $7,000 per employee
  • Create a confined space safety plan that protects your organization
  • Avoiding potential accidents and injuries
  • Definitions
    • Old
    • Changed
    • New
  • Specific training modules
  • Emergency preparedness
  • What must be monitored and by whom?
  • Training expectations on PPEs
  • Role of supervisor
    • Common mistakes that will get your organization in trouble

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel in:

  • Construction companies
  • Excavation
  • Trenching
  • Underground utilities
  • Demolition
  • Job superintendents
  • Subcontractors
  • Project managers
  • Human resources
  • Safety
  • Confined space workers
  • Confined space attendants
  • Confined space supervisors
  • Auditors
  • First responders

Instructor Profile:

Gregory Pattison is a vice president and senior trainer and OSHA CFR 29 1910—General Industry and 1926—construction expert. Mr. Pattison was a trainer for Fred Pryor and offered general safety trainings throughout the U.S. His entertaining and informative style offers audience knowledge that builds critical concepts and understanding to comply with the safe workplace. He has taught thousands of workers with organizations such as AGC, Department of Energy, FBI, TVA, Exxon, Hess, Hayward Baker, Army Corp of Engineers, Atlanta Demolition, AMEC and Tetra Tech to name just a few.

Mr. Pattison also comes with a lot of experience training large numbers of police officers, firefighters, emergency management, search and rescue, immigration officials and other security personnel in the Middle East. He has reviewed Occupational and Health standards based on U.S. OSHA and helped translate the Emergency Response Guide (ERG) into Arabic. Audiences like his hands-on exercises that reinforce learning and he always provides materials after each training program that attendees can take back and use immediately.

He has certifications in CFP, as a Radiation Safety Officer, DOT Hazardous Materials, IATA, HAZWOPER, Fall Protection, RCRA, General Safety, and asbestos abatement. His areas of deep knowledge include: demolition, power transmission and distribution, toxic and hazardous substances, process safety management, army corp of engineers site safety and health officer, globally harmonized classification and labeling of chemicals, leadership, change management and workplace safety. He also acts a subject matter expert for the largest online driving website, Pro-tread and is an SME for Applied Simulations Technology (AST) Hazmat Helper.

Mr. Pattison graduated from Illinois State University with a B.S. and M. S. degrees. He is a former science school teacher and has developed trainings to be delivered via the internet, webinar and on-site.

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