This course is for any personnel involved with confined spaces work or potential rescuers.
This training is designed for any person in the company who is likely to operate inside or around confined spaces.
Candidates will learn how to identify and control/eliminate hazards in and around Confined Spaces, as well as how to operate safely within a Confined Space work environment.
The course objectives are:
- Definition of confined space
- Hazards and Dangers associated with confined spaces
- Characteristics of confined space
- Safe operating procedures in confined spaces
- Duties of the support personnel for confined spaces
- Understand the Permit to work system (PTW)
- Practical confined space entry/rescue (horizontal and vertical).
- Emergency procedures and rescue of personnel in confined spaces
- Inspection, donning, doffing, and use of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) or Supplied Air System (SAS) in normal operation and in emergency rescue conditions.
Candidates will receive a certificate of attendance.
Candidates must be a minimum age of 18 and have knowledge of confined space work. Suitable PPE will also be required for this course.
Knowledge of confined space work is required.
Do I need to pay for my training before I do it?
Yes you do, you can pay online when you book your course, or call 0845 872 3411 and pay with a credit card over the phone. Customers with credit terms, please call Training Plus to book your course on 0845 872 3411.
Are there any car parking spaces available?
Yes, there are a lot of FREE car parking space available in the area.
What accommodation is available?
There are a variety of hotels and B&B’s in the area. There is a list available to assist you with booking your stay.
Am I going to feel safe during my course participation?
Beside the fact that our staff and the environment of the school will make you feel happy and safe, CCTV is operating in most of the school’s areas.
I’m getting on a bit, is it like going back to school and will I feel out of place?
Not at all. A large percentage of our learners are mature students simply keeping up to date with current standards. Everybody is made to feel welcome in the centre.
What is a confined space?
A confined space has;
– Limited means of entry and/or exit,
– Is large enough for a worker to enter it, and
– Is not intended for regular/continuous occupancy.
Examples include sewers, pits, crawl spaces, attics, boilers, and many more.