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Grain Engulfment & Bin Entry Training

  • Prinz Grain and Feed 575 South Main Street West Point, NE, 68788 United States (map)

This one-day hands-on workshop will provide attendees an opportunity to actively participate in live engulfment exercises.  The engulfment training places a strong emphasis on entrapment prevention and safe work practices. There are no prerequisites to participate. 

Participants will: 

  • Become aware of the hazards of flowing grain and confined spaces, allowing them to work safer and prevent grain entrapment. 
  • Meet the OSHA training requirements for OSHA 1910.272 (Grain Handling Standard), qualifying them to work around flowing grain. 
  • Be qualified to make bin entries, be a bin entry attendant and be part of a rescue team. 
  • Be able to retrieve an incapacitated worker from a confined space without making a confined space entry. 
  • Actively participate in a live engulfment / rescue scenario in a controlled environment. 
  • Actively participate as part of a grain bin entry team and practice the non-entry rescue of an incapacitated worker. 

The workshop will be instructed by the Safety & Technical Rescue Association (SATRA). Cost covers materials, meals and breaks. Limited to the first 40 registered participants.

8:00 am         Group 1: Engulfment Training
                       Group 2: Confined Space Entry
12:00 pm        Lunch
12:30 pm    Group 1: Confined Space Entry
                   Group 2: Engulfment Training
5:00 pm    Adjourn

$150 Members
$200 Non-Members

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