Confined Spaces – (Course Ref: CSpCWNpo8)
The Confined Space Regulations 1997 apply when it is necessary for workers to carry out work in a confined space including a chamber, tank, flue, vat, silo, pit, trench, pipe, sewer, well, or other similar space in which by virtue of its enclosed nature, there arises a reasonably foreseeable specified risk. To be competent to work safely in confined spaces, adequate training and experience in the particular work involved is essential. Training standards must be appropriate to the task and to the individuals role and responsibilities, so that work can be carried out safely.
This 1, 2 or 3 day course covers theory & practise. Please download the Information Sheet for more information.
Candidates must be physically fit and “feel comfortable” in a confined space. A medical form must be completed before the course is begun.
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- 1 Day Awareness Training
- Definition / Legislation
- Selection of Operators
- Risk Assessment
- Access Equipment & PPE
- Procedures / Permits to work
- Hygiene / Diseases
- Practical Training
Please contact our office staff with any queries regarding our course costs.
Mileage costs may be applied to training taking place over 25 miles from our sites.