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Confined Space Rescue: OSHA's Latest Requirements, Safety Best Practices, and Common Mistakes to Avoid - On-Demand

Confined Space Rescue: OSHA's Latest Requirements, Safety Best Practices, and Common Mistakes to Avoid - On-Demand

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Confined Space Rescue: OSHA’s Latest Requirements, Safety Best Practices, and Common Mistakes to Avoid - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn best practices for confined space rescue in general and construction industries that comply with OSHA’s final rule and NFPA 350.



If your organization has permit-required confined spaces, you likely have developed a confined space entry program to keep your workers safe. But, even if workers enter confined spaces safely, things could still go wrong. And, if the rescue team is not adequately staffed, equipped, or trained, the rescuers, as well as the trapped worker(s) will be at increased risk.

Many organizations struggle to decide if they should train and assign their own workers to perform rescue, or contract with a rescue service. What happens if you hire a service and they aren’t available exactly when you need them? Are you sure they can perform rescue safely given the special confined space hazards at your facility? On the other hand, do you have the time and resources to train your in-house rescue squad and maintain the materials they need for rescue, and to refresh their training annually?

If you’re responsible for workers entering permit-required confined spaces, be sure that your written program(s), procedures, training, and emergency response planning are up to date to protect your employees and achieve full compliance with the OSHA requirements.

Use this on-demand webinar to learn how to design and manage an effective permit-required confined space rescue program.

You’ll learn:

  • How to properly identify your organization’s permit-required confined spaces, and evaluate the hazards involved
  • Specific requirements for permit-required confined space rescue(s) in OSHA regulations 1910.146(k) and 1926.1211
  • How to identify potential gaps in your existing rescue program
  • Confined space rescue best practices found in NFPA 350
  • Criteria to decide whether to provide rescue servers in-house or contract
  • How to evaluate rescue and emergencies services contractors
  • Typical mistakes and oversights that occur in confined space rescue programs
  • Examples of when a confined space rescue did not succeed—and why
  • Tips for working with outside resources like the fire department to augment your confined space rescue plan
  • Strategies for selecting the most appropriate confined space rescue equipment for your organization
  • How to establish a comprehensive training program for your confined space rescue team

About Your Presenter:

Bryan Haywood, MS
Founder & CEO
SAFTENG.net

Bryan Haywood, MS, the founder and CEO of SAFTENG.net, has over 25 years of experience in the chemical process safety and emergency response fields. He has developed, implemented, and managed safety management systems for five Fortune 500 companies required to comply with OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standard and EPA’s Risk Management Plan Rule. Four of these management systems achieved OSHA VPP status and, as a consultant, Mr. Haywood played a major role at an additional nine sites obtaining VPP designation.

In addition to his extensive experience in safe work practices for permit-required confined spaces and high-angle rescue, Mr. Haywood also focuses his safety efforts in the chemical process safety arena, where he has extensive experience developing and implementing overall PSM/RMP management systems and facilitating process hazards analyses. He also has extensive experience with emergency preparedness and response (industrial fire brigades, hazmat, transportation emergency response), hazardous materials management, fixed fire and foam protection systems, flammable liquids and gases, and combustible dusts.

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