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Confined Space Training: How to Evaluate Whether Your Program Is Really Enough - On-Demand

Confined Space Training: How to Evaluate Whether Your Program Is Really Enough - On-Demand

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Confined Space Training: How to Evaluate Whether Your Program Is Really Enough - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to evaluate how to improve your confined space training program.


Every worker’s role during an entry into a permit-required confined space plays a key part in recognizing hazards, controlling hazards, and responding to deficiencies or emergencies. When trained correctly as part of a compliant permit-required confined space program, entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, and rescue personnel make a solid team for a successful entry and prevent needless worker injuries and fatalities.

Use this on-demand webinar on confined space training with Francis Sehn, CSP, ARM, MS of FxS Risk and Safety Consulting who will explain how to evaluate your training methods to ensure they’re designed to be most successful.

Plus, as a bonus for attending you’ll receive BLR’s Toolbox Talk “Confined space entrant—Understanding your responsibilities.

After attending this webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Recognize the key roles in permit-required confined space entries: entrant, attendant, entry supervisor, and rescue personnel
  • Identify the duties and responsibilities of each role
  • Establish a compliant and effective permit-required confined space training program
  • Discover what OSHA does not say in the standard—but what you must manage in real life
  • And more!

About Your Presenter

Francis P. Sehn Francis P. Sehn CSP, ARM, MS 
Principal Consultant
FxS Risk and Safety Consulting

Francis P. Sehn CSP, ARM, MS is the Principal Consultant for FxS Risk and Safety Consulting and specializes in helping clients identify, assess, and control risks in operations and reducing the cost of risk. He spent 20 years as a Senior Risk Control Consultant with Willis Towers Watson prior to forming his current consultancy. Fran was the Manager of Safety at Washington Steel before joining Willis. He was responsible for safety, industrial hygiene, and workers compensation at the stainless steel maker for eight years where he deployed innovative programs for training and injury management. At Willis he provided consultative safety management services for manufacturers and commercial businesses throughout North America.