1 Day Confined Space Entry Procedures Covering Escape Breathing Apparatus
PRICE IS PER DELEGATE
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Course dates for 2021:
6th January - 4 places available
27th January - 8 places available
1st February - 10 places available
23rd February - 10 places available
5th March - 10 places available
23rd March - 10 places available
7th April - 10 places available
26th April - 10 places available
10th May - 10 places available
27th May - 10 places available
9th June - 10 places available
25th June - 10 places available
5th July - 10 places available
22nd July - 10 places available
4th August - 10 places available
23rd August - 10 places available
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Why is this course useful?
The course is designed for companies whose staff may be required to enter areas that are classified as confined spaces and which may pose a risk of serious injury or death. This course will cover the Confined Space Regulations 1997 in detail and the aim of this course will be to provide awareness of a safe working environment within a confined space. Delegates will be made aware of procedures to ensure a safe access and egress from a confirmed space and to have emergency procedures in place in the event of an emergency arising whilst operators are working in the confined space.
Courses are held at our training centre in Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
Anticipated Delegate Profile
Any persons that are expected to enter and work within a low - medium risk confined space.
Stated Learning Objectives
On completion of this course the individual will be able to enter and work safely within the confined spaces, using the necessary and appropriate equipment.
•• Interpretation and recognition of confined spaces •• Applications and duties under the Regulations •• Risk assessment •• Preventing the need for entry •• Safe working in confined spaces •• Use of a permit to work •• Use of gas detection equipment •• Use of escape breathing apparatus sets •• Use of personal protection, tripod, winch, safety lines and harnesses •• Ventilation equipment •• Monthly maintenance checks, manning levels •• Methods of communications •• Personal hygiene •• Emergency and rescue procedures •• First aid •• Fire safety