What Will I Learn?

  • Deep dive into confined space regulations for construction and general industry.
  • Requirements of confined spaces.
  • Definitions of confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces.
  • Classification and reclassification.
  • Confined space hazard assessments.
  • Rescue considerations.
  • Equipment selection and much more…

Description

A competent person is a necessity on every job site and is someone who has sufficient experience and knowledge to recognize confined space hazards, correct unsafe work conditions, and who has the ability to shut down the worksite until any hazards are corrected. The competent person should be the most knowledgeable person, in this case about confined space safety on site.

Confined spaces incidents are not the most common, but they can be the most deadly. Many times this is due to the hazards being misunderstood or underestimated. This course is designed to train students in the best practices and methods of identifying and eliminating both existing and predictable confined space hazards.

Walk Away With:

  • Training that will include a hands-on demonstration.
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site.
  • Certification of Completion provided by the College of Southern Idaho.
  • Confined Space Competent Person Wallet card.

Prerequisites

Each participant attending Live Online sessions will be required to attend a hands-on equipment inspection, assessment and demonstration to receive certification. Once training is complete our CSI Workforce Development & Training Coordinator will reach out to you and set a date and time to have the hands-on requirements performed 1x1 with our instructor for final certification.

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that must deal with confined spaces that desire to become a competent-person, regardless of industry. For leads, supervisors, managers, safety and health managers, business owners, etc.

Instructor Bio

Laurent Brown

Born in Southern Louisiana, Laurent Brown is a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty OfficerFollowing graduation from the U.S. Navy’s Nuclear Power Program, he was selected to become an instructor in the program. Laurent explored a career in law enforcement earning the 2002 Trooper of the Year for Southern Idaho before returning to a career in training. Laurent completed his B.S. in Human Resources and Training with emphasis in Corporate Training from Idaho State University. 

He have served as an instructor/instructor trainer at a variety of U.S. Government ffacilities including the Idaho National Laboratory, the Nevada National Security Site, the Bluegrass Army Chemical Demilitarization Plant, and the Naval Nuclear Laboratory.

What Will I Learn?

  • Deep dive into confined space regulations for construction and general industry.
  • Requirements of confined spaces.
  • Definitions of confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces.
  • Classification and reclassification.
  • Confined space hazard assessments.
  • Rescue considerations.
  • Equipment selection and much more…

Description

A competent person is a necessity on every job site and is someone who has sufficient experience and knowledge to recognize confined space hazards, correct unsafe work conditions, and who has the ability to shut down the worksite until any hazards are corrected. The competent person should be the most knowledgeable person, in this case about confined space safety on site.

Confined spaces incidents are not the most common, but they can be the most deadly. Many times this is due to the hazards being misunderstood or underestimated. This course is designed to train students in the best practices and methods of identifying and eliminating both existing and predictable confined space hazards.

Walk Away With:

  • Training that will include a hands-on demonstration.
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site.
  • Certification of Completion provided by the College of Southern Idaho.
  • Confined Space Competent Person Wallet card.

Prerequisites

Each participant attending Live Online sessions will be required to attend a hands-on equipment inspection, assessment and demonstration to receive certification. Once training is complete our CSI Workforce Development & Training Coordinator will reach out to you and set a date and time to have the hands-on requirements performed 1x1 with our instructor for final certification.

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that must deal with confined spaces that desire to become a competent-person, regardless of industry. For leads, supervisors, managers, safety and health managers, business owners, etc.

Instructor Bio

Laurent Brown

Born in Southern Louisiana, Laurent Brown is a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty OfficerFollowing graduation from the U.S. Navy’s Nuclear Power Program, he was selected to become an instructor in the program. Laurent explored a career in law enforcement earning the 2002 Trooper of the Year for Southern Idaho before returning to a career in training. Laurent completed his B.S. in Human Resources and Training with emphasis in Corporate Training from Idaho State University. 

He have served as an instructor/instructor trainer at a variety of U.S. Government ffacilities including the Idaho National Laboratory, the Nevada National Security Site, the Bluegrass Army Chemical Demilitarization Plant, and the Naval Nuclear Laboratory.

What Will I Learn?

  • Deep dive into confined space regulations for construction and general industry.
  • Requirements of confined spaces.
  • Definitions of confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces.
  • Classification and reclassification.
  • Confined space hazard assessments.
  • Rescue considerations.
  • Equipment selection and much more…

Description

A competent person is a necessity on every job site and is someone who has sufficient experience and knowledge to recognize confined space hazards, correct unsafe work conditions, and who has the ability to shut down the worksite until any hazards are corrected. The competent person should be the most knowledgeable person, in this case about confined space safety on site.

Confined spaces incidents are not the most common, but they can be the most deadly. Many times this is due to the hazards being misunderstood or underestimated. This course is designed to train students in the best practices and methods of identifying and eliminating both existing and predictable confined space hazards.

Walk Away With:

  • Training that will include a hands-on demonstration.
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site.
  • Certification of Completion provided by the College of Southern Idaho.
  • Confined Space Competent Person Wallet card.

Prerequisites

Each participant attending Live Online sessions will be required to attend a hands-on equipment inspection, assessment and demonstration to receive certification. Once training is complete our CSI Workforce Development & Training Coordinator will reach out to you and set a date and time to have the hands-on requirements performed 1x1 with our instructor for final certification.

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that must deal with confined spaces that desire to become a competent-person, regardless of industry. For leads, supervisors, managers, safety and health managers, business owners, etc.

Instructor Bio

Laurent Brown

Born in Southern Louisiana, Laurent Brown is a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty OfficerFollowing graduation from the U.S. Navy’s Nuclear Power Program, he was selected to become an instructor in the program. Laurent explored a career in law enforcement earning the 2002 Trooper of the Year for Southern Idaho before returning to a career in training. Laurent completed his B.S. in Human Resources and Training with emphasis in Corporate Training from Idaho State University. 

He have served as an instructor/instructor trainer at a variety of U.S. Government ffacilities including the Idaho National Laboratory, the Nevada National Security Site, the Bluegrass Army Chemical Demilitarization Plant, and the Naval Nuclear Laboratory.