Video Library: Confined Space Entry
Confined Space Entry
Confined Space Entry
Confined Space Entry: A Survival Guide I
Confined Space Entry: A Survival Guide II
Confined Space Entry: The Final Regulation
Confined Space Entry: Life & Death
Confined Space Entry: Out in the Open
Confined Space Entry: Permit Required
Confined Space Entry: Plan and Prepare
Confined Space & Entry Permit Systems
Confined Space Ventilation
- Confined Space Entry
#CO010 - VHS, #CO011 - VHS (19 min. 1997)
Provide concise 1910.146 training and discourage risk-taking in dangerous confined spaces. Ensure professional attitudes and avoid disasters.
- Preventing rescuers from becoming victims as well
- Definition of confined space, surprising examples
- Confined space hazards: oxygen rich and deficient atmospheres, flammable/explosive gases, toxic gases/ vapors, engulfment and configuration hazards
- Confined space instruments, equipment and testing: trained personnel and calibrated testers
- Permit vs. non-permit spaces
- Supervisor/observer and rescuer responsibilities
- Complete procedures and safety tips
- Confined Space Entry
#CO025 - VHS, English, #CO026 - VHS, Spanish (11 min. 2001)
- Rules and reguations for entry
- Emergency procedures
- Confined Space Entry: A Survival Guide I
#CO030 - VHS (22 min. 1993)
Covers what a confined space is; when a permit is required; toxic atmospheres; physical hazards; ventilation; personal protective equipment and emergency procedure/evacuations.
- Confined Space Entry: A Survival Guide II
#CO031 - VHS (11 min. 1993)
Looks at the key job responsibilities of the attendant during a confined space procedure: communication, monitoring, handling unauthorized people in the area, and what to do in case of emergencies.
- Confined Space Entry: The Final Regulation
#CO014 - VHS (20 min. 1992)
Provides required training:
- Roles and responsibilities: entry supervisors, attendants, entrants
- Creating and handling permits
- Identifying permit spaces
- Types of hazards
- Safety equipment
- Entering confined spaces
- Dealing with emergencies
- Confined Space Entry: Life & Death
#CO101 - DVD (19 min. 2003)
Occupational - High Impact
In this video, viewers will see how simple mistakes lead to major injuries and even death during a confined space entry operation. Training topics include duties and responsibilities of each participant in confined space entry: the entrant, the attendant and the entry supervisor. Other topics include the entry permit system, duties of rescue team members, air testing and monitoring, lockout and line breaking procedures and use of personal protective equipment in confined spaces. Contains graphic images.
- Confined Space Entry: Out in the Open
#CO020 - VHS (18 min. 1990)
This video covers the hazards, permits, entry procedures, equipment, monitoring steps and rescue considerations necessary to safely perform an entry.
- Confined Space Entry: Plan and Prepare
#CO103 - DVD (21 min., 2011)
Occupational; Language: English, Spanish
Beginning with dramatic, real-life stories of tragic confined space incidents, this DVD shows your employees why it is vital to follow procedure when working in a confined space.
- Confined Space Entry: Permit Required
#CO110 - DVD (15 min., 2007)
Occupational; Language: English, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish
Protect your employees from the dangers of working in confined spaces and be sure you're in compliance with OSHA 1910.146 with this popular program. It reviews the details on how to prepare a confined space entry permit and the best way to train a confined space entry team.
- Entry permit requirements
- Safe atmospheric testing
- Training the entry team
- Confined Space and Entry Permit Systems
#CO100 - DVD (15 min. 2002)
This video is designed to make viewers aware of confined space hazards and the steps that must be taken to prevent these hazards from contributing to injuries and deaths. Like all of our "Basic Training" videos, this program features a modular style, in which each 3-4 minute block of instruction is followed by a review. Topics include the definition of a confined space, the written confined space entry program, the difference between permit and non-permit required spaces, confined space hazards and the entry permit system. Also covered are the responsibilities of each of the confined space entry team members: the entry supervisor, the standby attendant and the entrants.
- Confined Space Ventilation
#CO002 - DVD (2 0min., 2010)
Occupational; Language: English, Spanish, Portuguese
Special safety precautions required for confined space ventilation are reviewed in this important program, along with how and when to ventilate. It covers:
- When to ventilate
- How to ventilate effectively
- Safety precautions.