Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Confined Spaces for Competent Persons (CON 401)

Who Is It For

CON 401 is for people that intend to work as confined space competent-persons and safety professionals. Successful completion helps participants identify confined spaces, evaluate confined space hazards, classify and reclassify confined spaces, and develop a working knowledge of confined space regulations in construction and general industry since the construction and general industry regulations are similar. This class assumes participants have prior confined space entry experience.

Class Description

The course includes a deep dive into construction and general industry confined space regulations, their requirements, the definitions of confined spaces and permit required spaces, classification, declassification, reclassification, confined space hazard assessments, alternate entry procedures, rescue considerations, equipment selection, employee training needs, and related topics. Confined space classification and hazard assessment forms are typically provided. Only employers may designate competent-persons. This is a regulatory and code-driven class.

Class Details

Regulations: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146, 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA, Applicable State Regulations

Consensus Codes: ANSI-ASSE Z117.1, NFPA 350, NFPA 326

Level: Competent-Person

Pre-Requisites: CON 301 or other equivalent entry-based confined space training is required

Available Format(s) and Length

  • Face-to-Face: 4-hours nominal, 4-hours OSHA, 3.5-hours actual, 0.35-CEU
  • Webinar: 4-hours nominal, 4-hours OSHA, 3.5-hours actual, 0.35-CEU