Confined Space Training · Medium Risk
When working in confined spaces (CS) workers can become trapped or overcome by fumes, vapours, poisonous or explosive gases.
Avoidable accidents happen in a wide range of industries as CS are not just tanks, vessels or chambers – spaces do not have to be totally enclosed to be considered ‘confined’.
This course is about working in CS environments where there is a medium risk that a specified hazard may be present with also focusing on the time taken to evacuate increases risk to entrants. It will require the use of escape breathing apparatus.
Employers must identify if a work activity, hazards and area of work is, or should be classed as a CS. Anyone working in a CS must be properly trained.
- H&S Laws & Regulations relating to CS
- Responsibilities of employers and employees
- Definitions and types of CS
- Hazards and risks – necessary precautions required
- Understanding safe systems of work with particular reference to ‘permits to work’ where appropriate
- To work safely in medium risk CS
- Emergency procedures
- Prepare and use escape breathing apparatus in accordance with manufacturers instructions
- Practical session demonstrating safe exit procedures where delegates use breathing apparatus and 20mtr rescue winch.
- Test paper/ questions/ handouts and review
There is a practical element to the course – delegates require their PPE which must include a hard hat, hi-viz top, hard boots. Breathing apparatus is supplied.
Who needs this training
People whose job role involves entering a CS, and their overseers to help them understand the dangers, how to use safe systems of work and to how to put adequate emergency procedures in place.
Robert is our Senior Confined Space Trainer and he is our chosen expert in the subject, not only for his specialist subject but also for his great sense of humour.
Having spent 30 years of his career working for the Mines Rescue Service as well as the Fire Service, Robert has all the necessary qualifications and experience to train your team. Because he has walked the walk, he can talk the talk and his real life stories from site will help your delegates to relate to the course, and take the serious messages away with them, making it easier for you to implement a sound health & safety culture in your business.
|Days||Price per person||Location||Dates||Status|
|1||649||bristol||1||£170.00 + VAT||St Annes · Bristol · BS4||Thu 28 Oct 2021||
3 Places Available
|1||649||bristol||1||£170.00 + VAT||St Annes · Bristol · BS4||Wed 03 Nov 2021||Sold Out|
|1||649||bristol||1||£170.00 + VAT||St Annes · Bristol · BS4||Tue 16 Nov 2021||
1 Place Available
|2||649||bristol||1||£170.00 + VAT||St Annes · Bristol · BS4||Wed 08 Dec 2021||
7 Places Available
Q: Is this course City & Guilds Accredited
A: Although Rob is a City & Guilds assessor, this particular course is not City & Guilds accredited.
A very important course and some crucial awareness. The course was presented extremley well by the trainer Rob. Rob made the course engaging and interesting.
Now fully competant and can work in a safe manner in confined space. The training delivered was A*
Attended Confined Space Medium Risk course in September 2020, the course was very impressive. The Covid-19 measures put in place were excellant each person was sat 2 metres apart with clear tape seperating each delegate, there was plenty of space to move around in, clear signage and the staff regularly sanitized the refreshment area & touch points. The Covid policy was easy to follow. Great training experience.