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3 Hazards of Confined Space Trainer Outline 205 Goals: This safety session should teach employees to: Know the characteristics and hazards of confined spaces. Understand how to follow confined space rules and regulations to protect themselves. Applicable Regulations: 29 CFR OSHA Defines Confined Spaces As Work Areas With Certain Features Large enough to enter and work in Limited entry and exit areas Not designed to be occupied for extended periods Examples include: tanks, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, pits, furnaces, tunnels, sewers, pipelines, crawl spaces, process vessels, or underground areas Confined space tasks include: cleaning, painting, welding, scraping, performing repairs, or maintenance. It becomes a permit-required confined space if, in addition, it presents or has the potential for any recognized serious hazard. 2. Employers Must Test Confined Spaces to Determine If They re Hazardous Failing to identify hazards and take precautions causes thousands of serious injuries, and sometimes deaths, in confined spaces. Certain hazards create permit-required confined spaces. OSHA allows work only with written permits, entry limits, and specific employee roles and practices in spaces with one or more of the following: Hazardous atmosphere, or potential for one Material that could potentially engulf a person in the space Slanting walls or sloped and tapering floor that could trap or asphyxiate an entrant Any other recognized serious safety or health hazard 3. A Confined Space s Atmosphere May Make It Hazardous Employees could risk death or serious illness, become incapacitated, or have trouble escaping if the confined space s atmosphere contains: Levels of flammable gas, vapor, or mist in excess of 10 percent of their lower flammable limits Airborne dust levels at or above their flammable limits or permissible exposure limits (PELs) or that prevent visibility of fewer than 5 feet Oxygen concentration above 23.5 percent or below 19.5 percent Any condition immediately dangerous to life or health that could threaten life, cause irreversible health problems, or make it difficult to escape the space without help A-1

4 Hazards of Confined Space Trainer Outline A Confined Space s Atmosphere May Pose Fire, Explosion, and Toxicity Risks Anything that could burn or explode (e.g., gasoline, methane, dust) is more likely to do so in a confined space. These substances can be ignited by smoking, grinding or welding sparks, unapproved electrical equipment, or metal friction (even from nails in shoes). Inhaling toxic substances above their PELs can cause illness, suffocation, or even death (e.g., from carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, or sulfur dioxide). 5. Too Much or Too Little Oxygen Is a Major Confined Space Hazard Oxygen levels over 23.5 percent create a serious fire or explosion risk. Oxygen levels below 19.5 percent are a dangerous health risk: Sixteen percent can cause drowsiness and nausea; 12 percent, unconsciousness; 6 percent, death. Methane, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, corrosion, or rust can displace oxygen. 6. A Confined Space May Be Hazardous Because of Engulfment Potential A person could be covered, buried, or smothered in a space that contains a liquid, or a flowing solid such as sand or grain. 7. A Confined Space May Be Hazardous Because of an Entrapping Design If a space s walls curve in or its floors slope and taper down, you could: Slip or fall into a space that is too tight to escape from Get pushed into machinery in the space 8. Confined Spaces May Have Physical Hazards Heat can build up and create the danger of exhaustion or heat stroke. Falls can be fatal if you re trapped with a serious injury, are in a toxic or low oxygen area, or you can t get a foothold on floors or a grip on handholds to get out. Noise bounces off walls in a space, making it hard to hear directions or warnings and creating a risk of hearing damage. Power equipment creates injury, electrocution, fire, and explosion risks: That s why power is turned off, equipment locked out, and pipes and valves turned off, blocked and bled before spaces are entered. Discussion Points: Ask participants to name hazards of particular confined spaces in your workplace.! Conclusion: Take Confined Space Permits and Precautions Seriously A hazardous confined space can be deadly unless the testing, entry limits, and safety precautions spelled out on the permit are followed. Test Your Knowledge Have your employees take the confined space hazards quiz. By testing their knowledge, you can judge their ability to understand confined space hazards and whether they need to review this important topic again soon. A-2

5 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Peligros en Espacios Confinados Hoja 205 PELIGROS EN ESPACIOS CONFINADOS Tome precauciones especiales cuando trabaje en un espacio confinado que presente uno o más de los siguientes peligros: Fuego Cuidado Temperaturas Altas Peligro Gas Tóxico Esté Alerta Ruido Gases, vapores, neblinas o polvos inflamables u oxígeno en niveles lo suficientemente altos como para causar un incendio o explosión Gases, vapores, neblinas o polvos tóxicos en niveles lo suficientemente altos que puedan provocar enfermedades, asfixia o muerte al ser inhalados Oxígeno en niveles más bajo de lo necesario para respirar Líquidos o solidos que fluyen (por ejemplo: arena o granillo) que puedan cubrir, enterrar o sofocar Diseños con tendencia a atrapar (por ejemplo: paredes curvadas, pisos inclinados y cónicos) Calor lo suficientemente fuerte que podría causar agotamiento o insolación Peligro de caída agravado por pisos o pasamanos mojados y espacios con tendencia a atrapar Ruido que pueda causar daños al oído o dificultad en escuchar instrucciones o advertencias Lesiones causadas por electricidad y equipos, peligro de electrocución, incendio o explosión por no haber apagado, desconectado, bloqueado y purgado los equipos antes de entrar Cualquier condición que represente un peligro inmediato a la vida o a la salud, que comprometa la vida, cause daños irreversibles a la salud o hace duro el escaparse sin ayuda B-1S

6 Hazards of Confined Space Handout 205 CONFINED SPACE HAZARDS Take special work precautions in a confined space that contains one or more of these hazards: FIRE CAUTION HIGH HEAT DANGER TOXIC GAS STAY ALERT NOISE Flammable gas, vapor, mist, dust, or oxygen levels high enough to cause a fire or explosion Toxic gas, vapor, mist, or dust levels high enough to cause illness, suffocation, or death if inhaled Oxygen levels below what you need to breathe Liquids or flowing solids (e.g., sand or grain) that could cover, bury, or smother Entrapping design (e.g., walls that curve in, floors that slope and taper down) Heat high enough to cause exhaustion or heat stroke Fall potential worsened by damp floors, handholds, and entrapping spaces Noise that could damage hearing or make it hard to hear directions or warnings Power and equipment injury, electrocution, fire, and explosion potential due to failure to turn off, lock out, block and bleed equipment before entry Any condition immediately dangerous to life or health that threatens life, causes irreversible health problems, or makes it hard to escape without help B-1E

7 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Peligros en Espacios Confinados Hoja 205 CUESTIONARIO: PELIGROS EN ESPACIOS CONFINADOS 1. Cuál de las siguientes no considera OSHA que sea una característica de un espacio confinado? a. Áreas limitadas de entrada y salida b. A más de 100 pies de una estación de primeros auxilios c. No se diseña para la ocupación extendida 2. La atmósfera de un espacio confinado puede ser peligrosa si el nivel de gas, vapor, o neblina inflamable sube más que 10 por ciento de su límite inflamable. 3. Una fuente de ignición, como las chispas de una amoladora o soldadora, puede causar un incendio en un espacio confinado. 4. Si inhala sustancias tóxicas en un espacio confinado, lo peor que le puede suceder es: a. Irritación de la piel b. Sofocarse o morirse c. Mareos 5. Un espacio confinado es peligroso cuando los niveles de oxígeno están por debajo de un: a. 19,5 por ciento b. 24,5 por ciento c. 5 por ciento 6. Puede asfixiarse o quedarse enterrado en un espacio confinado si contiene líquido o: a. Altos niveles de oxígeno b. Humedad en la atmósfera c. Arena, granos, o cualquier sólido en movimiento 7. Un diseño de encierro es un espacio muy profundo u oscuro. 8. La insolación o agotamiento por el calor es peligroso porque limita su capacidad de salir de un lugar confinado. 9. El ruido es peligroso en espacios confinados porque quizá no pueda: a. Usar orejeras u otra protección de los oídos b. Oír advertencias o instrucciones c. Salir del espacio rápidamente 10. Las condiciones de un espacio confinado que pueden ser potencialmente mortales, causar problemas de salud irreversibles, o limitar la posibilidad de escapar sin ayuda, se llaman: a. Peligro inmediato a la vida o salud b. Peligros atmosféricos c. Peligros físicos Cuando usted termine éste examen, entréguelo a su supervisor. Nombre Fecha C-1S

8 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Peligros en Espacios Confinados Hoja 205 RESPUESTAS 1. b. A más de 100 pies de una estación de primeros auxilios. 2. a. Verdadero. 3. a. Verdadero. 4. b. Sofocarse o morirse. 5. a. 19,5 por ciento 6. c. Arena, granos, o cualquier sólido en movimiento. 7. b. Falso. Un diseño de encierro significa que es un espacio cuyas paredes se curvan hacia adentro o cuyos pisos están en pendiente o se enangostan. 8. a. Verdadero. 9. b. Oír advertencias o instrucciones. 10. a. Peligro inmediato a la vida o salud. C-2S

9 Hazards of Confined Space Quiz 205 HAZARDS OF CONFINED SPACES QUIZ 1. Which of the following is not listed by OSHA as a feature of a confined space? a. Limited entry and exit areas b. More than 100 feet from a first aid station c. Not designed for extended occupancy periods 2. A confined space atmosphere may be hazardous if flammable gas, vapor, or mist levels top their flammable limits by more than 10 percent. 3. An ignition source like grinding or welding sparks could cause a fire in a confined space. 4. The worst that can happen if you inhale toxic substances in a confined space is: a. Skin irritation b. Suffocation or death c. Dizziness 5. A confined space is hazardous if oxygen levels are below: a percent b percent c. 5 percent 6. You could be smothered or buried in a confined space if it contains liquid or: a. High levels of oxygen b. A damp atmosphere c. Sand, grain, or any flowing solid 7. Entrapping design means a space that s very deep or dark. 8. Heat stroke or heat-related exhaustion is hazardous because it limits your ability to get out of a confined space. 9. Noise is a hazard in confined spaces because you may not be able to: a. Wear earmuffs or other hearing protection b. Hear warnings or directions c. Get out of the space quickly 10. Confined space conditions that could pose a threat to life, cause irreversible health problems, or hinder ability to escape without help are called: a. Immediately dangerous to life or health b. Atmospheric hazards c. Physical hazards When you have completed this quiz, turn it in to your supervisor. Name: Date: C-1E

10 Hazards of Confined Space ANSWERS TO QUIZ Answers b. More than 100 feet from a first aid station. 2. a. True. 3. a. True. 4. b. Suffocation or death. 5. a percent. 6. c. Sand, grain, or any flowing solid. 7. b. False. Entrapping design means a space whose walls curve in or whose floors slope and taper down. 8. a. True. 9. b. Hear warnings or directions. 10. a. Immediately dangerous to life or health. C-2E

11 Confined Space Permit Requirements Trainer Outline 210 Goals: This safety session should teach employees to: Understand confined space permit program requirements. Follow permit-required confined space precautions. Applicable Regulations: 29 CFR OSHA Requires Employers to Test Confined Spaces for Hazards Confined spaces are tanks, vessels, and similar spaces large enough to work in, but difficult to get in and out of and not designed for continuous occupancy. Before a space can be entered, special instruments test for levels of: Oxygen Flammable gases and vapors Toxic air contaminants Before employees can enter the space, breathing or fire hazards must be removed or controlled with ventilation, fresh air, flushing or other methods. 2. Hazardous Confined Spaces Require Detailed Precautions The employer must: Develop and use a written permit program Create a written permit detailing conditions for working in the space Train workers to work safely in and around the space Use warnings and barriers to keep unauthorized workers away from the space: DANGER: PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER 3. Only Trained, Authorized Workers Can Perform Confined Space Duties Employee training covers confined space hazards, signs of danger, safe work practices, communication methods, and rescue procedures. Authorized entrants are assigned and trained to work in a permit space. Attendants are stationed outside the space to maintain contact with and monitor authorized entrants. Entry supervisors determine if work conditions and confined space permits allow entry; and they authorize, oversee, and, when appropriate, stop work in the space. 4. Written Confined Space Permits Detail Hazards and Safety Precautions Before beginning work, authorized entrants and attendants have to read the signed entry permit that must be posted at or near the space entrance. This permit covers: Reason for entering the space (e.g., repair work) Hazards of the space (e.g., design or shape of space, flammable atmosphere) Results of tests performed in the space Actions taken to remove or control hazards (e.g., ventilation) Acceptable conditions for entering the space A-1

12 Confined Space Permit Requirements Trainer Outline 210 Permit date and length of time the permit is applicable Names of authorized entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors Equipment employees must use in or around the space (e.g., communications, rescue, and personal protective equipment) Communication methods to be used by workers in and outside the space Available rescue procedures and equipment Any specific safety precautions and instructions Additional permits related to the job (e.g., hot work) 5. Testing and Other Precautions Continue While Space Is Occupied An employee cannot enter a space with a hazardous atmosphere. Forced air ventilation removes hazards before entry and during work in the space. Atmosphere testing continues while the space is occupied. Employees must leave the space immediately if tests reveal atmospheric hazards. 6. Rescue and Emergency Services Must Be Available When Employees Enter Permit Spaces Rescue team members must: Be trained in permit space hazards, rescue techniques, basic first aid, and CPR Have necessary personal protective equipment and rescue retrieval systems Practice confined space rescues at least yearly Discussion Points: Use a confined space entry permit and warning sign to illustrate this training session.! Ask participants why they think OSHA requires such caution and detail for work in confined spaces. Conclusion: Read and Follow Confined Space Permit Requirements Perform work in and around a permit-required space only if you re trained, authorized, and fully informed. Otherwise, obey warning signs and stay away. Test Your Knowledge Have your employees take the confined spaces permit requirements quiz. By testing their knowledge, you can judge their ability to understand confined space permit requirements and whether they need to review this important topic again soon. A-2

13 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Requisitos del Permiso de Espacios Confinados Hoja 210 Un espacio confinado que se considera peligroso debe tener: Pruebas para identificar y evaluar peligros Carteles de advertencia y barricadas para evitar la entrada de empleados sin autorización Ventilación y otros métodos para eliminar riesgos atmosféricos antes de que alguien entre Un permiso de entrada detalladamente excrito firmado por el supervisor de entrada y colocado cerca o en la entrada del especio Permisos de entrada a un espacio confinado identifican: El espacio y sus peligros Los resultados de las pruebas atmosféricas en el espacio Modo en que los peligros en el espacio son aislados, eliminados o controlados La fecha y el tiempo de duración del permiso Nombres de los participantes los encargados y de los supervisores autorizados Modo en que los empleados en el espacio se comunicarán entre ellos y con personas fuera Equipo de protección personal requerido para trabajar dentro del espacio Procedimientos y equipos de rescate disponibles Cualquier precaución o instrucción de seguridad Permisos adicionales requeridos para el trabajo B-1S

14 Confined Space Permit Requirements Handout 210 A confined space that s considered hazardous must have: Testing to identify and evaluate the hazards Warning signs and barricades to keep unauthorized employees out Ventilation and other methods to remove atmospheric hazards before anyone enters A detailed written entry permit, signed by the entry supervisor and posted at or near the entrance to the space Confined space entry permits identify: The space and its hazards Results of atmospheric testing in the space How space hazards are isolated, removed, or controlled Permit date and the length of time the permit is applicable Names of authorized entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors How employees in the space will communicate with each other and with those outside the space Personal protective equipment necessary for working in the space Available rescue procedures and equipment Any special safety precautions or instructions Additional permits required for the job B-1E

15 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Requisitos del Permiso de Espacios Confinados Hoja 210 CUESTIONARIO: REQUISITOS DEL PERMISO DE ESPACIOS CONFINADOS 1. Antes de permitir la entrada a alguien, los espacios confinados se someten a una prueba para determinar sus peligros: 2. No hay ninguna manera de que un trabajador sin autorización sepa cuáles son los espacios confinados peligrosos. 3. Los empleados entrenados y autorizados para trabajar dentro o cerca de espacios de permiso se llaman: a. Personas autorizadas para entrar, encargados, y supervisores de entrada b. Personas autorizadas para entrar, especialistas en comunicaciones, y supervisores de permisos c. Personas autorizadas para entrar, guardias, y supervisores 4. El permiso de entrada de espacio confinados se debe fijar: a. En la entrada del edificio o cerca de ello b. En las áreas que contienen el equipo de protección personal o cerca de éstas c. En la entrada del espacio confinado o cerca de la entrada 5. El permiso de entrada de un espacio confinado contiene información sobre: a. Programas de entrenamiento para las personas autorizadas a entrar b. Motivos para entrar en el espacio c. Dónde archivar las copias del permiso 6. Los permisos de entrada de espacios confinados no tienen fecha y duran un tiempo indefinido. 7. El permiso de entrada de espacios confinados ofrece información sobre el equipo de protección personal a las personas autorizadas. 8. Los empleados pueden entrar en un espacio con atmósfera peligrosa si un permiso se fija. 9. Mientras los empleados trabajan en un espacio: a. Los instrumentos continúan analizando los peligros de la atmósfera b. El equipo de análisis atmosférico se desactiva c. Los encargados toman nota de los peligros identificados en el análisis 10. El entrenamiento para los miembros del equipo de rescate de espacios confinados debe cubrir: a. Procedimientos de cierre y etiquetado. b. Cómo redactar un permiso de entrada de un espacio confinado c. Técnicas de rescate, primeros auxilios, y reanimación cardiopulmonar (CPR) Cuando usted termine éste examen, entréguelo a su supervisor. Nombre Fecha C-1S

16 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Requisitos del Permiso de Espacios Confinados Hoja 210 RESPUESTAS 1. a. Verdadero. 2. b. Falso. Los espacios están cerrados con barricadas y exhiben carteles de advertencia. 3. a. Personas autorizadas para entrar, encargados, y supervisores de entrada. 4. c. En la entrada del espacio confinado o cerca de ésta. 5. b. Motivos para entrar en el espacio. 6. b. Falso. Están fechados e incluyen el período que dura el permiso. 7. a. Verdadero. 8. b. Falso. Los empleados pueden entrar en el espacio únicamente si los análisis demuestran que la atmósfera no es peligrosa. 9. a. Los instrumentos continúan analizando los peligros de la atmósfera. 10. c. Técnicas de rescate, primeros auxilios, y reanimación cardiopulmonar (CPR). C-2S

17 Confined Space Permit Requirements Quiz 210 CONFINED SPACE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS QUIZ 1. Confined spaces are tested for hazards before anyone can enter them: 2. There s no way for unauthorized workers to know which confined spaces may be hazardous. 3. Employees trained and authorized to work in and around permit spaces are called: a. Authorized entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors b. Authorized entrants, communications specialists, and permit supervisors c. Authorized entrants, guards, and supervisors 4. A confined space entry permit is posted: a. At or near the entrance to the building b. At or near areas containing personal protective equipment c. At or near the entrance to the space 5. A confined space entry permit contains information that includes: a. Training schedules for authorized entrants b. Reason for entering the space c. Where to file copies of the permit 6. Confined space entry permits are undated and good for an indefinite period of time. 7. Authorized entrants learn about necessary personal protective equipment from the confined space entry permit. 8. Employees can enter a space with a hazardous atmosphere as long as a permit is posted. 9. While employees are working in a space: a. Instruments continue to test the atmosphere for hazards b. Atmospheric testing equipment is turned off c. Attendants make notes of any hazards identified by testing 10. Training for confined space rescue team members must cover: a. Lockout/tagout procedures b. How to write out a confined space entry permit c. Rescue techniques, first aid, and CPR When you have completed this quiz, turn it in to your supervisor. Name: Date: C-1E

18 Confined Space Permit Requirements Answers 210 ANSWERS TO CONFINED SPACE REQUIREMENTS QUIZ 1. a. True. 2. b. False. The spaces are barricaded and posted with warning signs. 3. a. Authorized entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors. 4. c. At or near the entrance to the space. 5. b. Reason for entering the space. 6. b. False. They re dated and include length of time the permit applies. 7. a. True. 8. b. False. Employees can enter the space only when tests find the atmosphere is not hazardous. 9. a. Instruments continue to test the atmosphere for hazards. 10. c. Rescue techniques, first aid, and CPR. C-2E

19 Employee Roles in Confined Spaces Trainer Outline 215 Goals: This safety session should teach employees to: Understand the different roles and responsibilities associated with work in and around permit-required confined spaces. Applicable Regulations: 29 CFR OSHA Requires Detailed Safety Precautions for Work in Confined Spaces When employees must enter confined spaces to paint, scrape, perform maintenance, etc., employers must: Identify space hazards and remove or control them with ventilation, etc. Develop and post a detailed entry permit Use barriers and warnings to keep unauthorized employees out of permit spaces Determine and maintain safe conditions for entering and working in the space Train employees to perform jobs in and around permit spaces 2. Only Trained Employees Can Work in Permit-Required Spaces Confined Space Tasks Employees are trained to understand and safely perform the jobs of: Authorized entrants Attendants Entry supervisors 3. Authorized Entrants Enter and Work in Permit-Required Spaces They must be able to: Identify the space s hazards and potential consequences, as well as signs and symptoms of exposure Properly use any necessary equipment to: Test, monitor, and ventilate the atmosphere in the space Communicate with others working in and outside the space Protect themselves from exposure to dangerous levels of toxins, power, equipment, etc. Wear chest or full body harnesses, or, when appropriate, wristlets, to permit rescue Stay in constant contact with the attendant to assure fast attention to problems Alert the attendant to signs of personal exposure or danger in the space Leave the space quickly after identifying a problem or getting a signal or order from the attendant or entry supervisor A-1

20 Employee Roles in Confined Spaces Trainer Outline Attendants Stand Outside the Space to Monitor and Protect Authorized Entrants They must be able to: Remain outside the space during entry operations Maintain accurate count of authorized entrants in the space Identify the space s hazards, exposure consequences, and signs that authorized entrants have been exposed to hazards Stay in constant contact with workers in the space Monitor activities in and outside the space that could affect entrant safety Order entrants to evacuate the space immediately if: Conditions in or outside the space endanger authorized entrants Workers in the space show signs of dangerous exposure The attendant can t safely and effectively perform all his/her duties Summon rescue or emergency services or perform permitted non-entry rescues Keep unauthorized persons away from the space and alert authorized entrants and entry supervisor if such people enter the permit space 5. Entry Supervisors Take Responsibility for Permits and Safety Procedures They: Identify the space s hazards, consequences, and signs of exposure Make sure the entry permit is complete and that: Listed tests and hazard removal/controls have been completed Listed procedures are followed Listed safety, communications, and rescue equipment is in place Rescue services are available Sign the permit and allow entry into the space Cancel the entry and permit when operations are completed or the permit expires or a dangerous condition arises Remove unauthorized individuals from the permit area Discussion Points: Ask participants to describe how authorized entrants, attendants, and entry! supervisors would work together in the event of a confined space emergency. Conclusion: All Three Roles Are Essential to Safety Authorized entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors must know how to perform work safely in permit-required confined spaces. Test Your Knowledge Have your employees take the quiz on employee roles in confined space operations. By testing their knowledge, you can judge their ability to understand these roles and whether they need to review this important topic again soon. A-2

21 Entrenamiento de Seguridad de 7 Minutos Funciones del Empleado en los Espacios Confinados Hoja 215 TRABAJANDO JUNTOS PARA LA SEGURIDAD EN LOS ESPACIOS CONFINADOS Las personas autorizadas trabaján con seguridad en un espacio confinado si: Cumplen con los procedimientos de seguridad Se aseguran de que la atmósfera sea evaluada, vigilada y haya buena ventilación Mantienen contacto con sus compañeros de trabajo y encargados Usan equipo de protección personal, incluyendo arneses y cuerdas de rescate Avisan inmediatamente al responsable sobre condiciones peligrosas o síntomas de exposición Evacuan inmediatamente si se produce una situación peligrosa o si el encargado así lo indica Los encargados controlan y ayudan en asegurar la seguridad de las personas autorizadas a entrar si: Permanecen fuera de un espacio de permiso ocupado y saben quien se encuentra dentro Dan aviso a personas sin autorización que permanezcan lejos Permanecen en contacto constante con las personas autorizadas a entrar Ordenan a los autorizados que abandonen el espacio inmediatamente si pierden contacto, demuestran señales de exposición o están ante una situación peligrosa debido a condiciones cambiantes Alertan sobre la necesidad de servicios de rescate y realizan operaciones de rescate permitidas sin entrada al espacio Los supervisores de entrada supervisan operaciones seguras si: Comproban que se haya probado el espacio y que los riesgos han sido controlados o eliminados Verifican la disponibilidad de los equipos de comunicación y seguridad y los servicios de rescate enumerados en el permiso Firman el permiso y permiten la entrada cuando se hayan tomado todas las precauciones necesarias Quitan a personas sin autorización del área permitida Cancelan el permiso (y la operación) cuando se termine el trabajo o cuando las condiciones llegan a ser inseguras Si a usted le asignan una de estas funciones, debe saber: Los peligros del espacio confinado permitido y sus consecuencias Carteles y síntomas de peligros y de exposiciones peligrosas B-1S

22 Employee Roles in Confined Spaces Handout 215 WORKING TOGETHER FOR SAFETY IN CONFINED SPACES Authorized Entrants Work Safely in a Confined Space by: Following safety procedures Making sure the atmosphere is tested, monitored, and well-ventilated Maintaining contact with co-workers and attendants Using personal protective equipment, including harnesses and retrieval lines Alerting the attendant immediately to hazardous conditions or exposure symptoms Evacuating immediately if danger develops or the attendant signals Attendants Monitor and Help Assure Entrants Safety by: Remaining outside an occupied permit space and knowing who s in it Warning unauthorized people to stay away Staying in constant contact with authorized entrants Ordering entrants to leave the space immediately if they lose contact, show signs of exposure, or face danger from changing conditions Alerting needed rescue services and performing permitted non-entry rescues Entry Supervisors Oversee Safe Operations by: Checking that the space has been tested and hazards controlled or eliminated Making sure permit-listed communication and safety equipment and rescue services are present Signing the permit and allowing entry when all precautions are in place Removing unauthorized people from the permit area Canceling the permit (and operation) when the job ends or conditions become unsafe If You re Assigned to Any of These Roles, You Must Know: Permit-required confined space hazards and their consequences Signs and symptoms of hazards and dangerous exposures B-1E

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