FOR MEMBERS ONLY: Construction Confined Spaces Webinar Series - Part 4 Is June 3

In May 2015, OSHA announced a new set of regulations for working in confined spaces on construction jobsites. These new regulations, which are based on the general industry regulations for confined spaces, will have an immediate impact for everyone working in areas such as attics and crawlspaces. After some delays, these new regulations are now being enforced. SPF contractors need to immediately know about the new confined space regulations and integrate these safety practices into their existing safety program. 

With help from a safety consultant, SPFA is now offering a four-part webinar series on construction confined spaces as a special edition of our members-only Foam-It-Right® safety webinar series. In addition to these webinars, SPFA will be updating its model written safety program to include new content for construction confined spaces.

Part IV: Permit Process June 3, 2016, 11 a.m.-noon ET 

*Regularly scheduled Foam-It-Right® Safety Webinar 

Click here to register for the webinar on June 3, Confined Spaces in Construction - Part IV: Permit Process


This presentation is intended to provide users with a tool for training employees on: 

(1) becoming familiar with the confined space entry permit; 
(2) how to identify the required inputs on the entry permit; 
(3) the breakdown of the entry permit section by section; and 
(4) and the confined space permitting process.


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

These Foam-It Right® safety webinars and model written safety program are free to all SPFA members.

Register now! 

For more information, contact Rick Duncan, Technical Director, SPFA