Compare and contrast OSHA's regulatory requirements for entering confined spaces in general industry and construction (CFR 1910 and 1926)
Discuss the ANSI/ASSP Z117.1 and A10.43 consensus standards for entering confined space and how they compare with OSHA regulations
Outline basic training requirements for entry teams and rescue issues
Review compliance issues with implementation of voluntary national consensus standards compared to existing regulations and standards
Terry Ketchum is an experienced safety professional dedicated to improving employee safety and health in the workplace and enhancing the profession by proactively engaging in the creation and implementation of tools and consensus standards. Ketchum has extensive experience with confined spaces and serves as vice-chair of the Z117 Committee.
Jack Schill, CSP, CIH, is manager, industrial hygiene and environmental operations at Black & Veatch. He is well known and highly respected occupational safety and health professional with a wide range of responsibilities and assignments. Schill is chair of the A10.43 Subgroup and has extensive experience with confined space entry in construction and demolition operations.
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ANSI/ASSP Z117.1 – 2016: Safety Requirements for Entering Confined Spaces
ANSI/ASSE A10.43 – 2016: Confined Spaces in Construction and Demolition Operations
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