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Confined Spaces (Covers Manure Pit Safety)

OSHA Standard 1910.146

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Course Content Summary

Grain bins, sloped hoppers, manure pits, the list goes on and on.  Today, perhaps more than ever, confined-space safety is top of mind throughout farming.

That’s why, in this video, we’ll cover every corner of confined-space safety, as it pertains to the types of work you do, particularly with regard to both OSHA compliance and the more important aspect of real, practical safety measures that can save lives.

This video explains exactly what classifies as a “confined space,” including those that require a permit for entry. We’ll examine what makes these types of work areas so dangerous, look at the information that must be included on an entry  permit, and much more.

This class combines content that is highly practical, both in the field and in your record books, as you strive to keep your people safe and your agribusiness OSHA compliant.

Who Should Take This Course?

For optimum OSHA compliance:
  • All employees within your operation who work within confined spaces should take this course annually.
For optimum safety:
  • Employees who are authorized entrants, attendants, or supervisors of a confined space at your operation
  • Employees who are exposed to, or work in confined spaces with poor ventilation
  • Employees who could be called on to assist in the event of a confined-space accident
  • Supervisors of the above-mentioned personnel

What You Will Learn

Training Video Outline


What is a “confined space”

Dangers of Confined Spaces

Entry Permit Requirements

Confined-Space Best Practices

Role Players and Their Responsibilities
-Entry Supervisors & Attendants
-Authorized Entrants

Workspace Hazards

Proper PPEs

Importance of Communication

Content Recap


5-Question Test

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