Cal OSHA Confined Space
OSHA's standard for confined spaces (29 CFR 1910.146) contains the requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees in general industry from the hazards of entering permit spaces.
Confined space program (permit space program) means the employer's overall program for controlling, and, where appropriate, for protecting employees from, permit space hazards and for regulating employee entry into permit spaces.
YOUR SAFETY IS OUR GOAL
At Rescue Tech, our goal is to keep your workplace safe and productive. By ensuring that all operators are properly trained, we help companies save money. With over 30 years working with teams throughout the country, we know how to provide the most excellent service for every safety training and certification in the industry.
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We Provide OSHA Compliant Training
We build a program designed just for your business.
Make sure your employees are aware of all safety procedures.
We provide the onsite training to protect your employees.
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We have decades of experience of job site & business inspections.
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We can provide Emergency Response or Rescue Training that is specific to your industry.
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Rescue Tech can perform a onsite inspection looking for OSHA compliance issues that saves you thousands of dollars in down time and potential fines.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Should I train my employees if I haven't had an accident?
YES - It's the law. In the United States, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, an agency of the Department of Labor, enforces the laws and regulations ensuring workplace safety.
How does training save me money?
Take for example a broken control handle due to improper training. This lead to 2 days of down time, 5 guys standing around making $28 dollars and hour. Properly trained employees can make a difference to your bottom line.
Is there something more proactive that I can do?
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