All Titan University courses focus on Government Construction Projects such as USACE, NAVFAC, DOT, DOD, VA, Government Funded State and County heavy construction projects.
Confined Space Online Training Modules in this Course:
- Module 1: Confined Spaces Explained
- Module 2: Confined Space Terminology
- Module 3: Identifying Confined Space Dangers
- Module 4: The Confined Space Team
- Module 5: Permit Required Confined Space Entry Steps
What is Confined Space Online Training?
Workers active in building development and construction often find themselves working in confined spaces. This comes with a unique set of challenges and hazards, like physical entrapment and exposure to toxic substances.
To help construction managers and workers know and internalize the specific risks which may encounter, we developed Confined Space Entry Training for Construction that covers OSHA’s new rules under 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA as well as the EM 385 1-1 for Government Construction Projects including USACE, NAVFAC, DVA, and the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Who Should Take the Confined Space Online Training Course for Government Construction?
This course is ideal for construction managers, professionals, and workers in the construction industry, including but not limited to:
- Confined space entrants
- Competent Persons for confined space
- Prime contractors
- Entry supervisors
- Safety managers
Not only will the course help workers stay safe on the jobsite, but it also assists construction managers such as Site Safety and Health Officers (SSHO) and Superintendents with the most commonly asked questions, such as “what are the entry requirements for confined spaces?” and “how is a confined space defined?” to more detailed and job specific duty requirements.
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TITAN not only develops and teaches online Safety, Quality Control, and Environmental Courses, we are on construction sites all across America every day providing Safety, Quality Control and Environmental expertise to some of the biggest names in the Government Construction industry.
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When will I receive my certificate?
You’ll receive your certificate right after completing your course with a passing score of 70% or more.
How do I find my certificate?
There are a few places you’ll find your certificate.
As soon as you pass your course, a button to download your certificate will display towards the top of your screen.
On the dropdown menu, using your mouse, hover over the link “Courses”. You’ll then be able to click on or Certificates”.
You can also find a certificate link on the far-left sidebar of the same screen you’re on now. Your certificates are located within the 4th icon down which looks like a piece of paper.
Just in case you’re having a hard time, contact us by clicking the “Chat with us” button on the bottom of the screen, or give us a call at 407-714-9670.
Where can I find the downloadable course materials?
When you begin your course, on the first Module, you will see a small icon towards the top of the screen called Course Materials. Click the icon and download from there. Or, at the very top of each Module, you will see a link reading: Download Course Materials. You don’t have to download the materials from each page, they are simply on every page to remind you to download them before it’s too late.
If I’m having a problem taking a course, can I get help?
First, we want you to know, we are here to help you! Whether you’re having a problem or have a suggestion, we want to hear from you. There are a few ways to reach out to us.
Towards the bottom of your screen, you’ll see a “Chat with Us” button. Give the button a click and you’ll be speaking to a Titan University Support Rep in no time. Chat support is available from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday eastern time.
Phone support is available from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday eastern time. The number is 407-714-9670. You can also choose to leave us a message with your name and phone number. We check our messages even if it’s the weekend.
If you’re having problems after business hours, or over the weekend, use our contact form located here http://titansafetycourses.com/contact-us/ Let us know how we can help you and the best way to reach you. We check our messages frequently even during non-business hours.
Our forum is full of people just like yourself, people who work in construction, mostly government construction and are contractors, superintendents, project managers, quality control manager, schedulers, and site safety and health officers. Most everyone is willing to help. When logged in, at the top of your screen, just click the forum link, and ask away. You never know who will be in there! A co-worker, a new job offer, a new employee, or new friend. Here’s a link.
What defines a confined space?
A defined space is defined as a space with any one of the following characteristics:
- A space that’s large enough that a person can physically enter the space and perform work.
- A space that is not designed for continuous worker occupancy.
- A space that has limited or impeded openings for entry and exit.
- Is not designed for continuous human occupancy.
- Contains a hazard which may pose an illness or injury.
We will go into what defines a confined space and requirements you should know within the Confined Space Course.
What is required for Confined Space Entry?
The employer must provide training to all employees whose work will involve confined space activities.
Training shall be provided to each affected employee before the employee is first assigned confined space duties, before there is a change in assigned duties, and whenever there is a change in permit space operations that presents a hazard about which an employee has not previously been trained. We cover this and more in the confined space course.
When is atmospheric testing for confined space done?
Evaluation testing is done and reviewed by technically qualified professional such as a Competent Person for Confined Spaces prior to confined space entry
Verification testing. The atmosphere of a permit space which may contain a hazardous atmosphere should be tested for residues of all contaminants identified by evaluation testing. We cover this and more in the confined space course.
What are 4 things that must be in place before entering a confined space?
- Entry and Exit Plan
- Testing of the Atmosphere
- Rescue Plan
- Equipment Inspection
We cover these requirements and many more in the Confined Space course.