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Confined Spaces Training - No Practical

We have managed to produce not one, but two ‘firsts’ in confined space training.

1. The FIRST Online, Interactive, Open Learning experience.
2. The FIRST fully independent confined space assessment.

This course gives our Clients full confidence in knowing that their employees will be able to achieve training that is flexible, cost effective and measurable to a constant standard wherever you may be located.
Why is this Course useful?

The following course is designed for companies and their staff that will be entering areas that will be classified as confined spaces and where there may be a risk to lives or serious injuries. This course will cover the Confined Space Regulations 1997 in detail and the aim of this course will be to provide awareness a safe working environment within a confined space, and to make staff aware of procedures to ensure a safe entry and exit into a confined space, to have emergency procedures in place in the event of a emergency arising whilst operators are working in the confined space.
Anticipated Delegates Profile

Managers, Supervisors, Engineers and Operatives
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.
Development Areas

* The Confined Space Regulations
* Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974
* Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations
* Personal Protective Equipment Regulations
* Provision and Use of Work Equipment (PUWER) Regulations
* Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations
* Case studies of previous confined spaces incidents
* Interpretation and recognition of confined spaces under the Regulations
* Safe working in confined spaces
* Use of a permit to work procedures
* Plant and equipment
* Use of gas detection equipment
* Use of escape breathing apparatus sets compressed air
* Use of personal protection equipment - tripod, winch, safety lines and harnesses
* Ventilation equipment
* Periodic maintenance checks
* Manning levels
* Methods of communication
* Personal hygiene
* Emergency and rescue procedures
* First Aid
* Fire Safety
* Control of Plant


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