Confined Space Awareness
Working in Confined Spaces can be a highly dangerous activity and it is vital that all involved have a good understanding of what is involved, and what to expect when this work takes place.
Managers and Supervisors who are overseeing Confined Space Work on their sites need an understanding of the hazards, risks and control measures required.
Those who will be entering confined spaces need to undertake additional Confined Space Entry training.
This course covers the legal requirements of undertaking confined space work as well as ensuring a comprehensive understanding of what a confined space is, what specific hazards are involved and how to assess the risks.
The course will cover:
• Legal Requirements for Confined Space work
• How dangerous is this work?
• What is a Confined Space – definitions and examples
• UK Water National Classifications
• Confined Space work equipment
• Common Confined Space hazards
• Confined Space risk assessment
• Safe systems of work/ Permits to work
• Hazardous atmospheres & gas monitoring
• Using Escape Breathing Apparatus
Following completion of the course, there will be a multiple-choice test to evaluate delegates’ learning.
HCS Safety,West Point House, 321 Millbrook Road West, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 0HW
023 80 894695