|Grantee Name: Ozarks Technical Community College||Grant Number: SH-21000-10||Grant Year: 2010|
The grantee conducted training that addressed confined space entry and rescue for workers and employers at small manufacturing companies in south central and southwest Missouri. Training topics include how to identify a confined space, potential hazards such as oxygen deficiency, types of required personal protective equipment, and emergency rescue procedures. Training materials included PowerPoint presentations, quizzes, and student handouts.
Confined Space Hazards in General Industry
|Confined Space Entry and Rescue|
|Confined Space Entry: Awareness Training||34 slides||PPTX*||756 KB|
|Confined Space Entry: Entrant/Attendant/Supervisor Training||61 pages||PPTX*||907 KB|
|Confined Space Rescue Awareness: An Overview of Confined Space Rescue||50 pages||PPTX*||1.38 MB|
|Confined Space Entry: Awareness Training Quiz Answer Key||2 pages||PDF*||82 KB|
|Confined Space Entry: Awareness Training Quiz||2 slides||PDF*||81 KB|
|Confined Space Facts||4 pages||PDF*||123 KB|
|Confined Space Entry: Entrant/Attendant/Supervisor Training Quiz||3 pages||PDF*||83 KB|
|Confined Space Entry: Entrant/Attendant/Supervisor Training Quiz Answer Key||3 page||PDF*||138 KB|
|Confined Space Rescue Awareness: Quiz Answer Key||3 slides||PDF*||84 KB|
|Confined Space Rescue Awareness: Quiz||3 slides||PDF*||82 KB|
|Confined Space Entry Permit: Sample Permit||2 slides||PDF*||87 KB|
|Confined Space Entry Procedure Checklist||1 page||PDF*||85 KB|
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