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1-Hour Confined Space Entry (SST-202)

What is Confined Space Entry Training?
Ensuring worker safety in confined spaces is crucial, given the unique challenges and risks these environments present. Confined Space Entry Training is a vital course designed to prepare workers and supervisors for safely entering, working in, and exiting confined spaces. In alignment with New York City’s rigorous safety standards, this course emphasizes the importance of understanding the characteristics of confined spaces, recognizing potential hazards, and employing proper safety procedures.
Once fully phased-in, this law mandates that workers at certain worksites receive 40 hours of safety training and supervisors receive 62 hours of safety training.

Who should take this course?
This DOB-approved SST course is designed for New York City construction workers seeking an SST Supervisor card under Local Law 196.

Workers who require this training may include:
  • Competent Persons
  • Construction Superintendents
  • Site Safety Coordinators
  • Site Safety Managers

1-Hour Confined Space Entry

This comprehensive training, necessary for those working in environments like tunnels, tanks, or other enclosed structures, covers critical topics such as atmospheric testing, ventilation techniques, emergency response, and the use of personal protective equipment. Participants will receive in-depth instruction on regulatory compliance, risk assessment, and safety protocols to ensure they are fully prepared to handle the intricacies of confined space work safely and efficiently.

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Michael Philips has been in the Construction field for 30 years. He has a Bachelors and Masters Degree and has been teaching for over 20 years in San Francisco.
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