Curso Espaço Confinado Supervisores NR 33 em Inglês

Nome Técnico: Training Course NR 33 Safety and Health in Confined Space Works Entry Supervisor Level - 40 Hours

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NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training
Entry Supervisor: person able to operate the entry permit with responsibility to complete and sign the Entry and Work Permit (PET) for the development of entry and safe work inside confined spaces.

Objective: NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training professionals who already have proven proficiency in the subject to act as a Confined Space Entry Supervisor as recommended by NR 33, paragraph 33.3.5.4 and its updates.

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NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training

Identification of confined spaces;
Criteria for indicating and using equipment for risk control;
Knowledge of safe practices in confined spaces;
Occupational safety and health legislation;
Respiratory protection program;
Classified area;
Rescue operations;
Emission of the Entry and Work Permit (PET);
Execution of tests, equipment conference and the procedures contained in the Entry and Work Permission;
Ensure that emergency and rescue services are available and that the means to operate them are operative;
Cancel entry and work procedures when necessary;
Terminate the Entry and Work Permission after the end of services.

Awareness of Importance:
Operating Instruction Manual for the Machine or Equipment;
Inspection and Maintenance Plan for the Machine or Equipment according to NR 12;
Technical Report with ART of the Machine or Equipment according to NR 12;
Load Test (with ART) according to NR 12;
END (Non-Destructive Testing) according to NR 12;
Electrical Tests NR 10;
Tagging of Machines and Equipment;
RETROFIT – Modernization Process;
Daily Checklist;
One-off or cyclical maintenance.

Activity Complements:
Awareness of Importance:
APR (Preliminary Risk Analysis);
PAE (Emergency Action Plan;
PGR (Risk Management Plan);
Understanding the need for the Rescue Team;
The importance of knowledge of the task;
Prevention of accidents and notions of first aid;
Fire protection;
Perception of risks and factors that affect people’s perceptions;
Impact and behavioral factors on safety;
Fear factor;
How to discover the fastest and easiest way to develop Skills;
How to control the mind while working;
How to manage and manage working time;
Why balance energy during activity in order to obtain productivity;
Consequences of Risk Habituation;
Causes of accidents at work;
Notions about Tree of Causes;
Understanding Fault Tree;
Understandings on Ergonomics;
Workstation Analysis;
Ergonomic Risks;
Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) – OSHA;

Practical Exercises:
Record of Evidence;
Theoretical and Practical Evaluation;
Certificate of participation.

NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training

NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training

Participants without experience:
Minimum working load = 80 hours / class

Participants with experience (Authorized and Watcher Level):
Minimum working load = 16 hours / class

Participants with experience (Entry Supervisor Level):
Minimum working load = 40 hours / class

Update (Recycle – Authorized and Watcher Level):
Minimum working load = 08 hours / class

Update (Recycle – Entry Supervisor Level):
Minimum working load = 16 hours / class

Update (Recycle): NR-33 Item 33.3.5.3: All authorized workers, Watchers and Entry Supervisors must receive periodic training every 12 months, with a minimum working load of 8 hours. (Amended by Ministerial Order No. 1,409, of August 29, 2012).
NR-33 Item 3.5.2: The employer shall develop and implement training programs whenever any of the following situations occur:
a) change in procedures, conditions or work operations;
b) some event that indicates the need for new training; and
(c) where there is a reason to believe that there are deviations in use or entry procedures in confined spaces or that knowledge is inadequate.
NR 18.14.2.1 Operators must have completed elementary education and must receive qualification and specific training on the equipment, with a minimum workload of sixteen hours and an annual update with a minimum workload of four hours.

NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training

NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training

Attention: The Course teaches you to apply the normative concepts of the standard, which enables you to sign Projects, Reports, Expertise etc. are the duties that the Legally Qualified Professional has with his Class Council, for example, CREA.
This course aims to study situations where it will be necessary to apply: Concepts and Calculations according to the relevant Norms and does not replace the analysis and responsibility on the part of each professional accredited with CREA or other Class Councils in the most varied situations, where makes it absolutely necessary to respect the conditions of conservation of the equipment, periodic checking of the instruments, as well as the respect of primary capacity pre-determined by the manufacturers of PPE’s, among others based on the corresponding Norms.

Certificate: The Certificate will be issued to each participant who achieves a minimum of 70% (theoretical and practical) in accordance with the Regulatory Standards.

Criteria of Training or Update Certificates:
Our certificates are numbered and issued in accordance with the Regulatory Standards and applicable devices:
Issuance of A.R.T. (Annotation of Technical Responsibility);
Employee’s full name and identity document;
Program content;
Workload; City, place and date of the training;
Name, identification, signature and qualification of the instructor (s);
Name, identification and signature of the technician responsible for the training;
Name and qualification of our Qualified Professional;
Specification of the type of work;
Space for signature of the trainee;
Information on the Certificate that the participants received an e-book containing didactic material (Handout, Videos, Standards, etc.) presented in the training.
Training Evidence: Edited video, photos, digitalized documentation, continuous improvement, instructor’s opinion: Consult values.

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Distance Learning, Distance Learning, Distance Learning The Distance Learning Certificate also known as Online, according to LAW No. 9,394, OF DECEMBER 20, 1996. It can be used for: Complementary Activities; Company valuations; Public tenders; University Extension; Extracurricular hours; Improved chances of getting a job; Recruitment processes; Internal promotions; Title Evidence; Doctoral selections; Master’s selections; You get other opportunities. Course 100% EAD (Distance Learning) or Semi-face-to-face needs a Pedagogical Project is only valid for the Employer, if it follows in full the SEPRT Ordinance No. 915, of July 30, 2019 – NR 01 – General Provisions of the Special Secretariat of Social Security and Labor. Click hereClique aqui

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Two fundamental concepts to understand how to price are the definitions of Price and Value.
Value is a qualitative concept, and it is linked to the transformative potential of that content.
A course is more valuable when it adds more knowledge to the target audience.
Price is a consequence of value.
Because it is an essentially quantitative concept, it is responsible for “translating” the value into a number.
Therefore, the greater the value added to the content, the higher the fair price.

Causes of Work Accidents:
Lack of alert by the employer;
Lack of employee care;
Even carrying out all the mandatory Training and Reports on Occupational Health and Safety in the event of an accident at work, the employer will be subject to Processes such as:
Police Inquiry – Civil Police;
Expertise through the Criminalist Institute;
Verification procedure with the Regional Labor Office;
Public Civil Inquiry before the Public Ministry of Labor to verify that the other workers are not in danger;
The INSS will question the cause of the accident that could be avoided and refuse to pay the benefit to the employee;
Family members may file a lawsuit in the Labor Court claiming moral, material, dislocation damages, etc .;
Procedural Tsunami forcing the Employer to generate Defense Strategy even if he is right;
Although the Labor Delegation Law does not provide that “guilt en vigilando” applies, but only the responsibility of delivering the equipment, however it is worth stressing that the Employer is also responsible for monitoring;
When an accident occurs in addition to destroying all the “good humor” in the relationships between employees or also the very serious problem of defending yourself from a series of procedures at the same time, then it is worth investing in this prevention;
The Employee cannot carry out activities exposed to risks that could compromise his safety and health, so the Employer will be able to respond in the criminal and civil spheres.

LAW No. 5,194, OF DEC 24, 1966 – CONFEA:
“Section III
Illegal Exercise of Profession
Art. 6 – Illegally practice the profession of engineer, architect or agronomist:
a) the natural or legal person who performs acts or provides services, public or private, reserved for the professionals referred to in this Law and who does not have registration with the Regional Councils:
b) the professional who carries out activities that are foreign to the attributions described in his record;
c) the professional who lends his name to people, firms, organizations or companies executing works and services without his real participation in their work;
d) the professional who, suspended from his practice, continues to work;
e) the firm, organization or company that, as a legal entity, performs duties reserved for professionals in Engineering, Architecture and Agronomy, in violation of the provisions of the sole paragraph of Article 8 of this Law. ”

NR 33 Confined Space Entry Supervisor Training

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Curso Espaço Confinado Supervisores NR 33 em Inglês:
33.3.5.3 All Authorized Workers, Watchers and Entry Supervisors must receive periodic training every 12 months, with a minimum workload of 8 hours. (Amended by Ministerial Order No. 1,409, from August 29th, 2012).
33.3.5.2 The employer shall develop and implement training programs whenever any of the following situations occur:
A) change in procedures, conditions or work operations;
B) some event that indicates the need for new training; and
(C) where there is a reason to believe that there are deviations in use or entry procedures in confined spaces or that knowledge is not adequate.
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33.2.2 Workers shall:
A) collaborate with the company in the fulfillment of this NR;
B) use properly the means and equipment supplied by the company;
C) communicate to the Watcher and Entry Supervisor the situations of risk for their safety and health or third parties, which they are aware; and
D) comply with the procedures and guidelines received in the training regarding confined spaces.
33.3.4.5 The Entry Supervisor shall perform the following functions:
A) issue the Entry and Work Permission prior to the start of activities;
B) perform tests, check the equipment and procedures contained in the Entry and Work Permit;
C) ensure that emergency and rescue services are available and that the means of operating them are operational;
D) cancel entry and work procedures when necessary; and
E) terminate the Entry and Work Permission after the end of services.
33.3.4.6 The Entry Supervisor may perform the Watcher function.
33.3.4.7 The Watcher shall perform the following functions:
A) continuously maintain accurate counting of the number of authorized workers in the confined space and ensure that all leave at the end of the activity;
B) stay out of confined space, near the entrance, in permanent contact with authorized workers;
C) adopt emergency procedures, triggering the rescue team, public or private, when necessary;
D) operate the people movers; and
E) order the abandonment of the confined space whenever it recognizes any sign of alarm, danger, symptom, complaint, prohibited condition, accident, unforeseen situation or when it cannot effectively perform its tasks, nor be replaced by another Watcher.
33.3.4.8 Watcher will not be able to perform other tasks that could compromise the main duty that is to monitor and protect the authorized workers;
33.3.4.9 It is the responsibility of the employer to provide and ensure that all workers entering confined spaces have all the equipment for risk control, foreseen in the Entry and Work Permit.
33.3.4.10 In the event of an Immediately Dangerous Atmosphere to Life or Health – IPVS Atmosphere -, the confined space may only be entered with the use of an autonomous demand mask with positive pressure or compressed air line ventilator with auxiliary cylinder for escape.
33.3.5.3 All authorized workers, Watchers and Entry Supervisors must receive periodic training every 12 months, with a minimum workload of 8 hours. (Amended by Ministerial Order No. 1,409, from August 29th, 2012).
Curso Espaço Confinado Supervisores NR 33 em Inglês:
33.3.5.5 The training of Entry Supervisors must be performed within working hours, with programmatic content established in sub-item 33.3.5.4, plus:
A) identification of confined spaces;
B) criteria for indication and use of risk control equipment;
C) knowledge of safe practices in confined spaces;
D) labor safety and health legislation;
E) respiratory protection program;
F) classified area; and
G) rescue operations.
33.3.5.6 All Entry Supervisors must receive specific training, with a minimum workload of 40 hours for initial training. (Amended by Ministerial Order No. 1,409, from August 29th, 2012).
33.3.5.7 The instructors designated by the technical leader shall have proven proficiency in the subject.
33.3.5.8 At the end of the training, a certificate containing the worker’s name, program content, workload, specification of work type and confined space, date and location of the training, with the signatures of the instructors and the technical manager.
33.3.5.8.1 A copy of the certificate must be delivered to the employee and the other copy must be filed with the company.
Curso Espaço Confinado Supervisores NR 33 em Inglês: Consulte-nos.Curso Espaço Confinado Supervisores NR 33 em Inglês:
Practical Exercises;
Perception Risk and Facts inflicted on people;
Safety Impact and Behavior Facts;
Fear Fact;
Risk Habituation and Consequences;
The matter and knowledge of task;
Knowledge of Ergonomic;
Work Station Analysis;
Ergonomics Risk;
Final Test Teory and Practical;
Participation Certification;

All persons who may be required to work in or otherwise enter a confined space are at risk from any hazards that may be present. These include, but are not limited to:
• Members of the ship’s company who may be required to enter a confined space for the purposes of maintenance or for any other purpose.
• Shore­based company personnel who may be aboard ship
• Cargo surveyors
• Class society surveyors
• Port State Control inspectors
• Third party contractors, such as welders and fumigators
• Law­enforcement personnel who may board the ship and require access to confined spaces
• Maritime casualty investigators
• Stevedores and other dockworkers.
• Technical personal assigned as consultants on a temporary basis.
Do not assume that persons boarding the vessel who require access to confined spaces have been properly trained, are competent to enter a confined space, are aware of the hazards or the means necessary to mitigate the hazards.
All persons who require to make entry to a confined space must only be permitted to do so under the supervision of a competent person assigned to do so, who is a member of the ship’s company and follow shipboard procedures and precautions.
Under no circumstances should a person who is not a member of the ship’s company be permitted to move around the vessel alone and unaccompanied by a member of the ship’s crew.
If you are not a member of the ship’s crew ensure that you are accompanied by a competent crewmember at all times and that you have, and are familiar with, any necessary documents, such as relevant Material Safety Data Sheets, and permits, that are required.
When you enter a confined space it is your responsibility, and your duty towards others on board, to ensure that it is as safe as reasonably practicable to do so and that you are aware of the hazards involved.

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