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Online Confined Space Training Course & Certification

Course Overview

Every year, hundreds of employee deaths and thousands of injuries occur in and around confined spaces.
In 1993 OSHA addressed these hazards in the Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard for General Industry. Its May 2015 Confined Spaces in Construction Standard (slated for full enforcement starting October 2) extends similar protections to workers in the construction industry. The new Standard also clarifies many points in the earlier General Industry rule. And depending on the tasks their workers will be performing in the Permit Space, many employers that don't normally consider themselves to be in the "construction" business may find that the Construction Standard applies to them, as well.
You can provide all of these employers with critical information on how to stay compliant with OSHA's regulations and keep their workers safe in confined spaces. ... with Atlantic Training's  updated Confined Space Entry training. The Confined Space Entry training program provides employees with current facts on confined space hazards, how a Permit Space Program reduces these risks, what roles they may play in a confined space entry, how tokeep themselves and their co-workers safe inside, and more.
Atlantic Training's Confined Space Entry Compliance Manual provides employers with instructions on building their own Permit-Space Program, complying with the OSHA Standards, employee training, and more. And by addressing the Confined Spaces Standards for both general industry and construction, the Manual answers the questions employers will have about any type of activity in their confined spaces.

Course Highlights

  • This course is 100% OSHA compliant.
  • Printable certificate and wallet card are issued instantly upon course completion.
  • This course covers all of OSHA's classroom training requirements for confined space entrants, supervisors, and attendants.
  • This course takes approximately 60 minutes to complete.


Can I purchase this course for multiple employees?

Absolutely, simply type in the number of users on the right hand side of this page before clicking the 'Add to Cart' button. We do offer volume discounts as well.

How much time is given to complete the course?

There is no time limit. Students can also leave the course and re-enter it at their convenience, all course progress is tracked on our secure servers.

Who is required to take this course?

Per OSHA regulations, confined space training is required for supervisors of confined space operations, confined space entrants, and confined space attendants (e.g employees that assist with the entry but do not actually enter themselves.)

Can I take the course on my tablet or phone?

Yes! Our online training platform is compatible with IOS and Android phones and tablets.

When does the course certificate and wallet card expire?

One year from the date of course completion.

Learning Objectives

After successful completion of this OSHA compliant course, the student will be able to:

  • Understand OSHA’s Regulations for Confined Spaces.
  • Recognize the hazards associated with various types of confined spaces.
  • Know the requirements of the different positions associated with confined space
  • Fill out and use an Entry Permit.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • The dangers of confined space entry including Low oxygen levels, gas leaks,and more.
    • OSHA’s Permit Required Confined Space Regulation.
    • What constitutes a confined space: tanks, vessels, storage bins, and more.
    • Hazards associated with confined spaces.
    • Confined Space Regulations
      • The importance of a written entry permit when there is potential danger.
      • Training for different positions related to confined spaces: entry supervisors, entrant, and attendant.
      • Supervisors
        • The three basic atmospheric tests to conduct in a confined space.
        • Flammable and combustible materials often found in confined spaces.
        • Hot Work Permits for jobs that require sparks of flames.
        • Lock-Out/Tag-Out Procedures that must be in place.
        • Entrants
          • Using ladders and OSHA approved safety gear, including safety barriers.
          • Setting up forced-air ventilation systems.
          • What to do while inside a confined space with equipment and proper communication.
          • Attendants
            • Spotting problems and evacuating entrants in the event of oxygen deprivation or toxic substances.
            • Understanding Entry Permits and how to use the information.
            • Evaluating a necessary evacuation.
            • Permits
              • Proper information that must be included on permits.
              • Conditions necessary for the space and how to include it on the permit.
              • Including rescue and emergency services on the permit.
              • Keeping permits on file after completed jobs.