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Recognize the hazards of confined space entry, including the signs and symptoms of exposure to hazards; Test and monitor for hazards, especially atmospheric dangers; Rescate en espacios confinados closely with the attendant to enable the attendant to monitor your exposure to dangerous situations; and Respond to emergencies, especially evacuating the confined space.
Twenty workers die every year in confined space accidents; and Sixty percent of confined space injuries are sustained by the rescuer.
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The space must be large enough and so configured that an employee can bodily enter and perform assigned work. The space must have limited or restricted means of entry or exit. For example, tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, and pits are spaces that may have limited means of rescate en espacios confinados.
Note that permanent stairways are not considered limited or restricted access and egress. Ladders and temporary stairs are considered limiting.
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Finally, the space is not designed for continuous employee occupancy. Make sure you know which spaces at your workplace meet these criteria.
Discuss spaces at your workplace that meet all three of these criteria. Hazardous atmospheres, including oxygen-deficient, or containing toxic vapors, gases, fumes, or dust.
Engulfment hazards, including grain, sand, and water. Inwardly converging walls are rescate en espacios confinados perfect example of configurations that can trap the entrant.
Make sure you know which permit-required confined spaces have been identified in your workplace.
Discuss confined spaces in your workplace that have at least one of these characteristics and would be considered permit-required. Bring a list of permit-required confined spaces that have been identified in your workplace.
Storage tanks, Grain bins, Underground tunnels, and Railroad cars under construction. Make sure you know which of these—and rescate en espacios confinados other—permit-required confined spaces exist in your workplace.
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If you have photos of these types of spaces, show them to the class. Include any permit-required spaces specific to your operation that are not explicit on this list.
Utility closets, Below-grade trenches, Storage vaults, and Utility subbasements. Again, make sure you know which confined spaces in your rescate en espacios confinados do not require permits to enter.
Now that you know about the two primary types of confined spaces, we will discuss permit-required spaces for the remainder of this session. Include any non-permit-required spaces common at your rescate en espacios confinados.
Look at each one of these spaces that will be shown on the screen. Decide if each is rescate en espacios confinados permit-required space or a non-permit-required space. Authorized Entrants—These are employees who have clearance to enter any type of confined space.