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New Rules for Confined Spaces in Construction

Gain an understanding of how the construction industry is affected by the updated Confined Space standards.

Many construction jobsites contain areas that are considered confined spaces. Annually, over 2 workers enter permit confined spaces and get injured, many of which are present on construction site. Examples of common, yet potentially dangerous confined spaces that present physical and atmospheric hazards are tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, pits, manholes, tunnels, equipment housings, ductwork, pipelines, etc. Since 1992 OSHA has had a general industry confined space standard and recently issued an updated confined space standard for the affected construction industry. This topic is designed for employers who have confined spaces on their construction jobsite, have affected employees who will enter a confined space and want to learn about regulations, enforcement and staying compliant and safe. The material will follow the new confined space in construction OSHA standard in teaching you about identification, classification, proper protection, monitoring and rescue requirements for confined spaces.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to explain how to conduct air monitoring for PRCS.
  • You will be able to discuss the requirement for confined spaces in the construction industry.
  • You will be able to describe the new rule changes.
  • You will be able to define the requirements for Permit Required Confined Space.

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Agenda

Confined Space Overview

  • Understanding the New Rule Changes
  • PRCS and Requirements
  • Training
  • Rescue Operations

Tech-Enabled Confined Space Support

Relevant Interpretations

OSHA's Enforcement Practice

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This course was last revised on July 16, 2019.

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This program does NOT qualify, nor meet the National Standard for NASBA accreditation.

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John P. Coniglio, Ph.D., CSP, CHMM

John P. Coniglio, Ph.D., CSP, CHMM

Occupation Safety & Environmental Assoc., Inc.

  • Nationally recognized technical expert, speaker, author and expert witness in the field of environmental, health and safety
  • A career in the safety engineering field began in 1973 at Royal Insurance, and included work in the safety, industrial hygiene, security, industrial, medical care and surveillance areas
  • Continued to gain experience at Allied Chemical and Dresser-Rand Company where he was responsible for all facets of safety, security and employer relations including the direct supervision of a plant hospital staff and guard force, contract negotiations, and grievance handling
  • Presently serves as managing director of OSEA, Inc., a globally recognized EH&S consulting firm which he founded in 1991
  • Recently co-founded and launched Safety BadgerTM, a tech-enabled safety support platform
  • Handled hundreds of OSHA matters on behalf of clients and provided expert testimony on behalf of OSHA; In civil and criminal matters has provided investigations, expert opinions, and testimony on more than 400 cases in federal, state and state court of claims representing both plaintiff and defense interests
  • Wrote the book General Industry Safety Basics and has been published in Occupational Safety Asia, Business First magazine, Compliance magazine, Care magazine, Electrical Contractor magazine, Facility Care, Management Advisor and Vitality magazine
  • Ph.D. degree in safety engineering; M.S. degree in environmental engineering; M.S. degree in occupational safety & health management; B.S. degree in industrial technology (engineering management); A.A.S. degree in civil engineering technology and fire protection technologies
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Product ID: 405814
Published 2019
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