What is Confined Space Entry Training? Working in building development and construction, you can often find yourself working in confined spaces. This comes with a unique set of challenges and hazards, like physical entrapment and exposure to toxic substances. To help you address the specific risks you may encounter, we developed Confined Space Entry Training for Construction that covers OSHA’s new rules under 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA. Not only will the course help you stay safe on the jobsite, it will also answer common on-the-job questions such as “what are the entry requirements for confined spaces?” and “how is a confined space defined?” Who Should Take Confined Space Entry for Construction? This course is ideal for most professionals and workers in the construction industry, including but not limited to space entrants, competent persons, contractors, entry supervisors, safety managers, and foremen. For those who don’t work in construction, please enroll in our Confined Space Entry for General Industry.