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Are you unclear on how to identify a Confined Space and what the Confined Spaces Standard requires? Do you need a refresher or full treatment of what OSHA requires for Lockout/Tagout to ensure your company hasn’t slid down the slope of complacency and non-compliance?

This is a complete treatment of the Confined Spaces Standard from “A to Z”. (However we will not be training people to conduct Entry Rescue.) It is also a complete analysis of OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout Standard (formally called “Control of Hazardous Energy”).

Why Should You Attend?

Many owners, plant managers, supervisors and even safety professionals are overwhelmed and therefore do little to nothing about it. You can understand it. You can learn how to apply it. You can do more than just comply; you can have confidence and policies that are relevant. Don't wait until someone gets hurt or OSHA fines you to get serious about putting these two standards into practice at your company!

Seminar Fee Includes:
AM-PM Tea/Coffee
Seminar Material
USB with seminar presentation
Hard copy of presentation
Attendance Certificate
$100 Gift Cert for next seminar

Learning Objectives:

This seminar will 2/3 of the day on Confined Spaces and about 1/3 of the day on Lockout/Tagout. The learning objectives for both Confined Space and Lockout/Tagout are:

  • Walk away understanding what is required by OSHA at a minimum.
  • Walk away understanding how to apply each standard to your job.
  • Walk away with templates and well-organized reference materials to help you create a relevant policy for your company.

Who will Benefit:

  • Owners
  • Plant Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Safety and HR Professionals
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Day 01(8:00 AM - 4:30 PM)
  • CONFINED SPACES FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY (2/3 of the Day)
    • Definitions: Is it a Confined Space?
    • Definitions: Is it a Permit-Required Confined Space?
    • Case Study 1: Triple Fatality in 2016 in FL.
    • Case Study 2: Double-Fatality in 2016 in MA.
    • So what does being a Permit Space mean for my company?
      • Written Program
      • Written Permit
      • Entrant(s)
      • Attendant
      • Entry Supervisor
      • Emergency Rescue
        • Entry
        • Non-Entry
        • Self
    • Sample Permit
    • Reclassification vs. Alternate Procedures
    • Quiz
  • LOCKOUT/TAGOUT (1/3 of the Day)
    • Definitions: What kind of energy must be locked out?
    • What is the purpose of the Lockout/Tagout Standard?
    • Case Study 1
    • Case Study 2
    • So what does this mean for my daily job?
      • A Written Plan
      • Specific Procedures
      • Restrict Housekeeping Practices
      • Authorized, Affect and Other Employees
      • The Locks
      • The Tags
      • Other Devices
      • Removing Someone Else’s Lock
      • Training/Re-training
    • Sample Specific Procedures
    • Group Lockout
    • Quiz
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Steven St. Laurent
President, StevenStLaurent com Inc.

People often complain about boring safety trainers who drone you to sleep with their boring style. Launched in 2007, Mr. St. Laurent has grown his safety company, StevenStLaurent.com, Inc., by providing dynamic training that doesn’t bore you to death compelling his audience to put safety into practice in their professional and personal lives. Steve is known as the “Spanish OSHA Guy” and conducts all his trainings in Spanish as well as English thanks to having lived and worked 2 years in Mexico!

You can transform your safety culture with help from Steve’s unique 4-pronged approach: (1) Identifying where your company is on the Time/Money Continuum of basic safety awareness, compliance and implementation of best practices; (2) Sharing trends in your industry for a strong safety culture; (3) Exploring with your company leaders where you desire to be in 6 - 24 months; and (4) Unifying your company resources with StevenStLaurent.com, Inc. and other outside consultants to map out a strategy to win not just with Safety & Health, but also with Quality and Production!

Steve’s training and consulting experience is born from his work directly with construction and manufacturing outfits in over 30 states and also in Mexico. Mr. St. Laurent always brings his “high energy” style to the customized training he provides including OSHA 10 and 30-hr, First Aid/CPR/AED, bloodborne pathogens, lockout-tagout, confined space, and other compliance topics, along with his specialty of supervisor training on topics such as “effective communications” and “How to Deliver Training & Toolbox Safety Talks that Don’t Bore you to Death!”

Mr. St. Laurent maintains a free safety blog focusing on how to be a better trainer as well as providing content for toolbox safety talks. He also provides his free, Toolbox Talk of-the-Month complete with quiz and the sign-in sheet with summary of the talk, all in English and Spanish! Steve is grateful to live in North Central Massachusetts with his beautiful bride of over a decade and their three children.

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