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DOE-HDBK-1002-96
5.5 Working in Confined Spaces
Instruction should be provided that will enable the trainee to:
Define confined space
State pre-entry requirements
Describe responsibilities of the following personnel
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shift supervisor/manager
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industrial safety engineer
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operations supervisor
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operator
Describe procedural requirements for controlling confined space access
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isolating, draining, and flushing space prior to entry
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ventilating space prior to personnel entry
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testing atmosphere for oxygen concentration
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testing atmosphere for explosive gas concentration
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testing atmosphere for toxic gases
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testing confined space for toxic contaminants
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clearing internal obstructions (to prevent fouling safety lines)
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identifying and correcting other hazards (e.g., slippery surfaces)
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installing temporary lighting
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using the "buddy" system
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maintaining visual and verbal contact with outside personnel
Identify the tools and equipment that may not be used in confined spaces
Explain personal and personnel accountability
Describe the physiological effects of working in high temperature and high humidity
environments
Explain the use of safety equipment that may be used in confined spaces,
emphasizing unique applications (e.g., special clothing, ice vests)
Explain methods of monitoring temporary ventilation equipment
Explain the danger of inert gases, such as nitrogen and argon, in confined spaces
Explain the danger of toxic hazardous gases.
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