This course is designed for workers who operate within Low Risk Confined Spaces across a wide variety of industries. The definition of a Low Risk Confined Space is a low, shallow entry with adequate natural or mechanical ventilation, where access is simple and unobstructed and there is no likely risk of flooding. Eg: meter pits, valve chambers, booster-pumping stations, PRV chambers. The aim of this unit is to assess learners against the national standard in a realistic low risk environment, by preparing to work in, enter and exit confined spaces safely; use equipment and tools safely, follow procedures and dealing with emergencies.
• Definitions of confined space entry
• National Classifications of confined spaces
• Potential hazards & statistics
• Gas Monitors, Risk Assessments & Permit to Work
• Medical Requirements for entry into confined spaces
• Oxygen deficiency, Toxicity, Combustibility & Physical hazards
• Diseases & First Aid
• Lone Working
• Use appropriate behaviour for working in low risk confined spaces.
The assessment includes both practical elements which involves the use of our internal
confined space unit.
1 day course
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